more complicated projects (like a single site that has to work on any device) is more dependent on having great people than great process… Ben Callahan, Sparkbox qcatpro.com/blog/ben-callahan-responsive- web-design-broken-process
RWD? And do they perceive it as a good thing? • Desire: Are they willing to give up their comfortable, familiar workflow to accommodate RWD? • Knowledge: Do they know how to write/ design/code for RWD? • Ability: Are they capable of applying their knowledge to the task at hand? • Reinforcement: How can we keep up to speed with the ever-changing web?
project went from design to web. Laying a basic wireframe foundation to build on really helped to iron out possible coding and design issues ahead of time, facilitating a smooth transition. Kaylee, Art Director
frustrated if the process gets sloppy or less eﬀicient than we’re accustomed to. While projects may take longer at first, the eﬀort put forth to ensure that teams are headed in the right direction will pay oﬀ exponentially. Trent Walton, Paravel trentwalton.com/2013/02/07/where-to-start/