I'm wondering if the website "team" is aware you can use CSS to build different versions of the same page for different devices. This re-design looks like a giant iphone version, I'm sure glad they are doing this instead of, you know, fixing that six month old bug that stops devs getting paid after they update their channel.
The modern thing to do is responsive web design
. They are already doing it here - try resizing the window and see how some elements change. Now, just because it has "responsive" in the name, does not mean it cannot be used in irresponsible
ways - which is what happens in the Dev. web and in parts of the main site. Web designers tend to grab whatever is en vogue
today and club you to death with it. Just like some developers will do with OOP or functional programming paradigms.
"You have been served and you are going to like it
As a developer, you should know that's not a fair statement. It's very unlikely that the web team has anything to do with the billing issues. That's almost certainly a backend issue, that you almost certainly don't want a front-end developer working on!
But TheEndless... he is not
Not a full-stack developer that you are, or a "real" developer in the sense you imply. Rather, squirreltown is a talented visual artist who codes on Roku to create kinematic art. He does programming kinda like you do graphics design "on the side" (i presume). Looking up, I found his works at places like http://moca.virtual.museum/newmoca/photo.asp
(I started paying closer attention after noticing how much he knows on color profiles
and contrasting that to at first not knowing "fundamentals" like binary numbers, bitwise operations, reference counts etc. And yet, whatever "barbaric" coding ways he might be using behind the scenes, the results speak for themselves - his channels are the best moving art i have seen on Roku, they should be a showcase of player's abilities - some non-pre-rendered animations i was like "hm, did not know Roku has the muscle to do that")