• Justin EdmundJustin Edmund, over 9 years ago

    No. Designing in the browser lets you iterate on one idea really quickly with very little effort, but doesn't lend itself much to designing many very different directions in parallel.

    In a perfect world, you can either do everything in a really advanced design tool, or switch between code and Photoshop quickly and frequently. Code is good for knowing how something feels and finding weird edge cases, but that's it.

    While I outlined some of its high-level features above, the tool I'd rather the team use unfortunately does not exist.

    3 points