Nine Sixty Grid System

The Nine Sixty design system was developed by Josh Jeffrey in 2012. Drawing inspiration from previous grid system work by Nathan Smith and Eric Myer.

The Nine Sixty Grid System is a design system to streamline website design work process by giving normally utilized aspects, in view of a width of 960 pixels. There are two variations: 12 and 16 segments, which can be utilized independently or together.

The 12-column framework is isolated into segments that are 60 pixels wide. The 16-column system comprises of 40 pixel increases. Every section has 10 pixels of edge on the left and right, which make 20 pixel wide margins between segments.

The reason of the framework is unmistakably fit to fast prototyping, however it would function admirably when coordinated into a creation climate. There are printable sketch sheets, plan formats, and a CSS document that have indistinguishable estimations.