Was showing a cow orker some nifty CSS stuff yesterday. In fact, I was practically gushing over the subject. In particular, I was gushing over this site and the fact that all the designs are CSS-based, and are using the same HTML content.
I then realized that a lot of mainstream sites are still not completely CSSified. The company I'm working in isn't using CSS extensively for site design; we currently don't have the right skillset for CSS design. It pains me that there's a lot that can be accomplished with CSS (accessibility out of the box, leaner pages, easier to maintain site design, separation of concerns), but we're not taking advantage of it. All we're doing with CSS is specifying font size and colors. Bah.
It also makes me wonder— are most web development firms, at least locally, not CSS-ready? Is there a lack of CSS designers and professionals?
Bah. I'll stick to coding Java.