Best Web Design Tools Ever

Nowadays it is really very exciting for the web designers as new tools are entering into the IT industry. Photoshop has become an old tradition but although it’s still one of the important weapons of choice for many. Internet-makers are fighting back with the several web designing tools that aim to make your life as a designer much better.

Whether you’re a website owner who wants a better way for sharing ideas with your front-end developer, or you’re a freelance designer who is seeking a more efficient way for building a prototype for your clients, these web design tools should be able to make your life much easier. All web design tools offer a good selection of features that make it easy to share, discuss, and present your designs.

The best web design tools that will help you in the right direction are given below:

  • Atomic:

Atomic is a web design tool that allows you to create web designs in your browser. It supports both PCs and Macs and you can also share them for viewing on a several devices including Apple Watch.

  • Affinity:

Affinity is incredibly well designed. It provide features required to become a dedicated web and graphic design tool.

  • Avocode:

Avocode makes it easy for a frontend developer to code websites or apps from Photoshop or Sketch the designs. Avocode is developed by the same team that built CSS Hat and PNG Hat.

  • Canva:

Canva is an online graphic design platform on which user can easily create graphic designs and layouts with drag-and-drop features, create banners, menus, social media graphics and more.

  • Antetype:

Antetype is a new tool for creating the responsive UIs for apps and websites. It feels like it is specially built to create high-fidelity prototypes and designs.

  • Marvel:

Marvel is a code-free design, prototyping, and collaborative tool which provide use of timers for handling the transition between slides or pages.

  • Origami:

Origami has been created by the Facebook team and they are using this tool to design and build their most well-known products, including Instagram and Messenger. The only cons of Origami is that it is only available for Mac and iOS.

  • UXPin:

UXPin is a wire framing and prototyping tool that has been designed to create low-fidelity wireframes similar to hi-fidelity interactive prototypes. Using UXPin is really easy

  • Macaw:

Macaw was built keeping designers in mind and without touching any code you can create responsive designs that look and work great across all the devices. Anyone could be easily blown away by the simplicity of its design.

  • Webflow:

Webflow is a web app that allows you to design a lot of websites without coding. It has an UI that allows you to focus on the design.

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