More and more people are browsing the web primarily from their mobile devices; similarly, most young people use their phone as their main browsing device.
I'm part of the generation who grew up with computers, and adopted phones and smartphones gladly as they became widespread.
But the next generation, the one that is 14 or less today, they discovered the web using their smartphones. And that's great, but they obviously got used to some different navigation principles than you and I.
So what does that mean when today, I'm designing a desktop website targeting these youngsters? Do I have to try to replicate what they're used to see on mobile websites, or do I give them a regular desktop web experience (the kind you and I are used to)?
As an example, mobile websites usually favor scrolling over splitting content in tabs. Should I replicate this in a desktop website targeted to the mobile generation?