Jun 17, 2013 article by Nick Salazar

We've just launched a brand new web design for TriRig. Although it may look familiar, there's a lot going on under the hood. Browsing looks beautiful on virtually any device you care to surf on. I really believe that the future of web design isn't a divided browsing experience that requires you to familiarize yourself with a different user interface for each device you use. Rather, I believe web developers should focus on making dynamic pages that adapt to the devices we are using.


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