I’ve finally managed to figure out how to download/set up Sublime Text 2 Packages, via the Package Control plugin, and oh man it is awesome. To be honest, I’m not sure how I got it working because I was trying it out yesterday and couldn’t figure it out at all (is it just a timing thing or was I temporarily brain-dead yesterday?).
So yeah, I normally work with Foundation for a base framework but for this project I was using Bootstrap. It was really easy (as expected, I suppose) and I could imagine myself switching to Bootstrap with my other projects if not for Foundation 4 becoming mobile-first recently.
Right now, I’m testing out waters with a potential client who is requiring me to submit PSDs of 4 different resolutions (mobile phone, tablet, “medium” desktop, wide-screen desktop) and I’m taking around four hours just trying to design for 1 resolution of 1 specific screen.
How I would do it, personally:
Design wireframes for the 4 different resolutions in HTML
Do a PSD for the smallest and widest screens
Create mocks for the 2 middle screens for one page
Proceed with the PSD design for the rest of the screens
Code the designs in HTML/CSS
So, since this is a “testing the waters” phase, I’m not sure it’s the best way to proceed with this workflow (PSD-first and with 4 resolutions per screen design) since it’ll cost me (and the client) more hours. D: I think I should email the possible client about it, and then see if he wants to push through with it still.