Presented at SXSW Interactive 2014.
As responsive design and progressive enhancement become mainstream design practices, the decades old approach of using Adobe Photoshop to comp up page designs for clients is becoming increasingly irrelevant. A quick search online shows designers quickly clamoring for a better way to do their work.
Along with new tools to learn, there's also the challenge of acclimating a client base that has been used to seeing fully-rendered Photoshop designs for decades. How do these new practices benefit them?
This presentation looks at some "post-Photoshop" design practices and how they might fit into a designer's workflow. Additionally, Jeremy will share how a new design workflow has worked for his team at Clickfarm and how clients have received this new way of looking at their projects.