The New Photoshop, Part 2: The Revenge of The Web

A session at Frontend Conference Zurich 2013

Thursday 29th August, 2013

4:30pm to 5:30pm (CET)

Deep in the dank, dark bowels of traditional web design workflow, HTML and CSS have been held prisoner for years by the Designers. Cold, exhausted, and terrified for the next deadline, they remained shackled to the very end of the web design process along with their developers. Until those dreaded moments when the large metal door opened and the next Photoshop comp walked in and forced them to create his likeness with pixel perfection, again and again.

But then the devices came.

The devices began to infiltrate the world of the Designers, complicating their workflows and adding frustration to their projects. Some Designers saw that this was not the way and called themselves Responsive. These brave rebels set out to free HTML and CSS, and team up with them to create an effective web design tool: the web-based mockup.

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Stephen Hay

Senior UX Design Lead @catawiki. Author of Responsive Design Workflow (@RDWorkflow). Design + code. Speaker, writer. Generalist. Tweets my own. bio from Twitter

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Time 4:30pm5:30pm CET

Date Thu 29th August 2013

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