The dawn of resolution independence (think Retina) has meant that weíre relying less and less on bitmaps for our websites. Web fonts, CSS3 and Scalable Vector Graphics are all examples of modern techniques which move us away from worrying about pixels. Sometimes we do still need to slice up our PSDs and use the resultant images, but itís time for us to do so in a more responsible way. Some of the things it offers include taking a group of layers and treating it as a single object. It then trims all unnecessary pixels and exports the group as an image file. When designing buttons, once the layers are named according to the format required by the plugin, it can auto-slice the multiple states of that button. Eager to learn more? Letís dive in. Enter Cut&Slice me, a CS6 plugin developed by Daniel Peruho. Cut&Slice me aims to speed up the modern slicing process and offers many powerful features. Itís free, itís easy to use and it works. There is, however, one area which is still quite outdated; the way we slice our designs in Photoshop hasnít changed since the web was table-based.