3. The Case for Designing in the Browser

Have no fear—the subject of this book has not changed since you turned to this page, contrary to what the title of this chapter might suggest. We’re still on track to design responsively with Photoshop. But a major component of a strong workflow is circumventing the painful full-page comp routine we just explored in Chapter 2.

There are a few options for doing this, though it seems we’re all trying to find the single magic bullet that will solve all our responsive problems lately.

You Get a Tool! And You Get a Tool! Everyone Gets a Tool!

Wait! Can’t we just throw more tools at the problem? Sure we can. When it comes to RWD apps, there are plenty to choose from, but three of the strongest are Macaw, Adobe ...

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