Designing with elements and modules

As a digital designer, one hot topic which I find revisited again and again is the idea of 'designing in the browser'.

As we strive for ways to improve our processes, work more efficiently and deliver better products, designing in the browser has become a way of getting into the browser sooner and removing our dependency on signed-off PSD deliverables. There are plenty of positives to this approach, and I believe it highlights many of the problems with our reliance on graphics editing software. However, this practice leaves behind traditional methods of visualising design, which is something that many of us are not yet completely comfortable with. Also, we can't detach ourselves completely from the need to deliver the client something tangible and visible that demonstrates our intent.

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