However, since I want to stop using plain CSS, I started working with SCSS but I feels is not enough (I'm a Rails developer).
So know I'm digging through the web to find out which is the CSS Framework that fits me (or my project), but I'm completely lost: Compass, Bootstrap, Foundation, Inuit, Blueprint, 960grid, I don't understand what can be used with, what should be used alone and so on.
Currently I build the website designed by another guy that builds a big PSD which I should transform in an HTML file, so yes I'm basically a converter, but everything that it's not visible on a PSD (animations), I can work on them as I please.
The website design is more or less this one: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/762638/Files/Images/home.jpg
I don't like it so much, but I'm not a designer so I'm not the one that can complain about it.
That being said, I can just write the layout in my usual way but I don't like build something without learning anything, so I prefer to use a lot of new things to learn a lot while working.
Can someone give me some guidelines on how to choose a CSS Framework for my project and more generally some criterias when I should choose one or another? I understood that bootstrap gives you the possibility of fast prototyping, but has a heavy impact (it's huge).
At the same time, compass looks more like an helper, so you can use it "everywhere". Also I've heared that professional designers do not use something like Bootstrap (and recommends not to use it), I don't exactly know why but before I avoid using it, I need some good points.
I don't know anything else at the moment, thanks for any suggestion.