I love web design, and I love all the new code coming out, HTML5 in genius, CSS3, mixed with some jQuery, and you can pull off some really amazing designs with minimal pictures, and no flash. But where do you draw the line when it comes to compensating for incompatible browsers? -------- Personally, I have almost completely given up on IE for all techie, arty websites. Things like doctors offices, I tend to play down everything in general so that I don't need to hack around the shortcomings of IE as much. In all honesty, I don't even keep up with IE anymore, I have no clue what it supports, or what the current version is. I just expect it to be way behind. I also haven't designed for mobile versions of websites. But I will be changing that with my next job (if they are willing to pay extra for that luxury). Mobile versions are really becoming more and more necessary imo. Good thing about smart phones is they are usually up to date on web standards.