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Responsive Design Workflow by Stephen Hay

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7. Designing for Breakpoints

“Don’t wait for the muse to inspire you, to put you in the mood. That comes only with doing. So do.”

DANNY GREGORY, THE CREATIVE LICENSE

So far, this book has been about a workflow that supports your creative process. It’s a support system. While it can give you some guidance and the proper space in which to be creative, it does not in and of itself provide that creativity.

This means that when it comes down to it, if you’re a visual designer, now’s the time to get down to business. This step in the process is where you do the things you’re used to doing: sketching, fiddling around in Photoshop, cutting out pieces of paper and rearranging them on the table, drawing on whiteboards (or other available surfaces), and ...

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