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You cannot plan for and design a responsive, content-focused, mobile-first website the same way you’ve been creating websites for years—you just can’t. If your goal is to produce something that is not fixed-width and serves smaller devices just the styles they require, why would you use a dated process that contradicts those goals?
I'd like to walk you through some problems caused by using old processes with responsive design. Let's look into an evolving design process we've been using with some promising new deliverables and tools. This should provide a starting point for you to freshen up your own process and bring it into the responsive age.