Clients often find it hard to visualise websites properly, so supplying a graphic of just the design isn’t a perfect solution because it loses context - no browser chrome, no sense of scale, no feel for how it will actually look or behave (is it liquid, centred, left aligned? what happens to the background? what happens with the scroll?). This step suggested on Brown Blog goes one step further than my usual approach. Normally I include the browser chrome in the graphic, so the design has context. This idea is even better and I can’t believe I’ve not thought of it myself.