A modern design-to-development workflow for the web involves multiple tools for site maps, wireframing, testing, and design before we even start to touch HTML and CSS in a browser. Is there a way to move from low-fidelity responsive wireframes to high-fidelity design in the browser with an HTML prototype?

Whether or not you use a popular CMS to build your sites, getting into coded HTML and CSS early can benefit any project. J. Hogue, Director of Design & UX at Oomph, recently presented “Prototyping Design to Jumpstart Development” at Design Week Rhode Island, during which he discussed new methods we’re using at Oomph to get a project into code as soon as possible.

We are proud to share his well-attended discussion in its entirety, and we invite you to join the conversation.

Watch “Prototyping Design to Jumpstart Development”