Designers have gotten used to supplying rough mockups as blueprints for web developers. Responsive layouts require a different approach.
A designer’s role is no longer to produce a mockup and then pass it off to the developer because responsive design is not just a two-step process. Rather, it’s a series of revisions; most of which are made in the browser. Because the new process is more than two separate tasks, a collaborative effort between the designer and developer is more important than ever!
Contact us and we’ll explain some of our techniques and offer an efficient workflow to make the transition from designing static websites (and subsites) to designing responsive ones much easier.