Designing in the browser

Designing on the web is changing. In a world of multiple devices and capabilities we have many new, exciting challenges. I have found designing in the browser to be a helpful approach in solving some of these design problems.

First off, some clarifications. Designing in the browser does not mean that you uninstall Photoshop, burn the license key and swear an oath never to push another pixel. Design in whatever way works for you. Get inspired in the park or with a Sharpie. Think through problems in the way you enjoy. Never let anyone tell you how you should be creative.

In what follows I would hope to convince you that:

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