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Zoom Mocks: Bridging The Divide Between Styles And Page Design | Lullabot
As we evaluated these challenges within our process, our fundamental desire was to find a way to ensure that our design decisions were being made based on actual page elements and components in real-world context. The result of this process has been a new hybrid approach that we call “Zoom mocks”.
style-tiles  element-collages  mockups  design  process  web 
july 2017 by abberdab
Visual design explorations | Clear Thinking - The Clearleft Blog
As a number of new projects have kicked-off recently, and with my own thoughts turning to the design of this year’s dConstruct website, much of today’s discussion was about our initial design explorations. In turn, we looked at tools and techniques that can help us do this, weighing up the pros and cons of each.
style-tiles  presentation  element-collages  design  www 
june 2013 by abberdab
Browser Led Design | A talk by Dan Davies
There was an ongoing discussion at a conference I went to recently about designing in the browser and it was widely accepted that the term “designing in the browser” was confusing and incorrect, leading me to suggest “browser led design”.

It's essentially designing around a HTML base building up layers of design as we go through the process whether it be via CSS or Photoshop.
process  style-tiles  in-browser-design  rwd  dev  design  www 
march 2013 by abberdab
Default Perch Theme | Laura Kalbag
Laura Kalbag's process for designing the default Perch theme (responsive, style tiles!)
perch  style-tiles  rwd  cms  design  www 
march 2013 by abberdab
Style Tiles
Style tiles are for when a moodboard is too vague and a comp is too literal. Style tiles establish a direct connection with actual interface elements without defining layout. They work well for clients who have established brands and need them to translate smoothly to the web. Whereas the word “mood” is often associated with brand and identity design, the word “style” was chosen to mirror “cascading stylesheets” and reinforce that Style Tiles are specific to Web design.
process  layout  client-education  style-tiles  kickoff  projectmanagement  design  www 
december 2012 by abberdab

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