FACT: design as a service and responsive web design are incompatible. This is an open letter to Ralph Rivera, the head of BBC FM, explaining how we should change the relationship between developer and designer. This blog post is massively inspired by (and in some places copy’n’pasted from) Trent Walton’s excellent blog post which finally placed into words how I’ve always felt but was unable to externalise. Thank you Trent :-) and sorry for copying you so blatantly.
Steve is a veteran graphic designer and web development project manager. He’s provided strategy advice and art direction for a wide range of clients including: Waitrose, John Lewis, Visit Britain, Corporate Pay, Aspen Reinsurance, SHCA, SmartStream, Hanson, Bombay Sapphire, The Famous Grouse and University of Bristol.
His early career was spent as a brand identity designer. Then in ’97 he cofound “new media” agency JKD (now TwentySix Digital) and has continued designing and delivering online user experiences ever since.
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