- Start with the content
- Establish UX flows and styles in text
- Create and present web-based mockups
- Keep styles in-check
Let's dig into why Stephen Hay is awesome.
First, he's been a champion of the content-first approach to responsive web design since before "responsive web design" was a thing. Yes, the man is a visionary.
Second, when not consulting with clients through his consultancy, Zero Interface, he's been traveling the world giving workshops and talks. Attendees tell us that Stephen has re-invigorated their processes and helped them design better products, faster.
Third, is author of Responsive Design Workflow (New Riders, 2013) and co-author of Smashing Book #3, which mobile UX designers and front-end developers use as their go-to guides for getting great work done.
A native Californian, Stephen currently resides in The Netherlands. When he's not working himself to death, he appreciates a good Belgian ale and blogs about twice a year at the-haystack.com. You can also find him on Twitter: @stephenhay.