I used to say that designing a website is a combination of Lara and Lego. During the creative phase, the challenged web designer will try to push the envelope. Hopefully, he/she will end up with some new insights or at least try out a few new or less obvious concepts. During production the web designer will devise workarounds for issues that didn’t seem solvable at first sight. That’s the adventurous Lara part: enjoy the music, find the three secrets without getting killed and then proceed to the next level. Not necessarily opposed to this there’s the analytic and structured thinking process: Lego stands for proceeding one step at a time and in a logical order. Building a house for instance: basement first, then ground floor and then second floor, finally the roof. Not that Lego is boring, don’t get me wrong. I’ve spent ages with these colourful blocks, but there’s no adventure to be had if you need to remove the roof afterwards because you forgot to add windows, or worse: to have to start all over because the house appears to be too small.