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Responsive Design with Adobe Photoshop CC and Adobe Edge Reflow CC (Preview)

Contents

  1. Let’s look at the workflow
  2. Final Thoughts

Article Description

Ever since responsive design came into being, designers and developers have been faced with workflow challenges. Do you design several iterations (mobile, tablet, desktop) in a program like Photoshop and hope an explanation of interactivity will suffice, or do you design “in-browser,” or a combination? Adobe expert Brian Wood shows how by using Edge Reflow CC and Photoshop CC, a designer can create a working mockup that will give the client an idea of what the finished responsive design will look like.

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Final Thoughts

Final Thoughts

Hopefully you can see that the Photoshop CC to Edge Reflow CC is a promising workflow. Edge Reflow is off to a great start, but like I mentioned earlier, Edge Reflow is still not a 1.0 product so it’s a bit rough around the edges and doesn’t even contain an export capability. That doesn’t mean you still can’t use it to create your designs and hand off that content to a developer or even use it as a part of the design process to show a more full featured mockup.

To learn more about working with Adobe Edge Reflow, check out the Adobe Edge Reflow how-to page.