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Kirill Titov
Kirill Titov
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Design sites with style tiles, is it practical?

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Recently I have found an article by Samantha Warren on using style tiles and how they can assist in planning the design of websites. What is your view on this?

Whether or not to use style tiles depends on the project and the client's needs. They are a good way to "prototype" a design and iterate on it without spending a ton of time, and client budget, on a high fidelity design. Similarly, designers will take the same method of "prototyping" and apply it to a Bootstrap framework.

Just my two cents on the topic. I'm happy to hear any other perspectives on use in the project process and/or strategy for use with clients.