Does Creativity Suffer With Responsive Workflows?

A couple of weeks ago I posted how workflows are changing with responsive design. Mike raised an interesting question in a comment on the post wondering about creativity or a lack of it with the new workflows. I replied, but had more to add.
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Style Guide To Prototype — Design Iteration In The Browser

When it’s time to create the initial visuals for a design, how do you proceed? Do you sketch? Do you wireframe? Jump right into Photoshop to begin a complete design comp? For the redesign of this site I tried something a little different.
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What Should You Know About Content Before You Design?

Content informs design. You can’t design a website without an understanding of what content will be on it. You don’t need and likely can’t have every last piece of content written before you get started, but you should at least know as much as you can about that content before you can design a site.
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Responsive Design: Sensors, Systems, And Actuators

I’ve been talking about various aspects of responsive design for a few months now and while there are plenty of topics that could still be covered, I thought it was time to wrap up this series and move on to some other things.
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Goals, Constraints, And Concept In A Redesign

Last week I walked through some of my thinking about why it was time to redesign this site as well as the business goals that helped shape the redesign. Today I want to talk about the goals and constraints I set for the design itself and then offer some thoughts about the aesthetic concept for the design.
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