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Which program do you use for web design?

Discussion in 'Design and Creatives' started by Kamisa, Oct 25, 2015.

  1. Kamisa

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    As the title says, which program do you guys use for web design?
    I know how to use photoshop, however i've never used it for a layout and i'm quite curious on the process that goes on behind the scenes.
    If you guys use anything else please put in your input, i'd love to know of any other programs that are more specialised in web design.
     
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  3. Padsall

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    We are Using.
    1-Photoshop
    2-Drupal
    3-Dreamweaver CS6
    4-PhoneGap 2.0
    5-Animation Studio
    and other Our team have Expertise in Web Development,Web Designing and other about all internet..
     
  4. Slavisa Dosenovic

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    I use Concrete5. I like it very much.
     
  5. AF-Roger

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    Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Illustrator
     
  6. T J Tutor

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    Artisteer, Komposer, PhotoShop
     
  7. johnny_r24

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    I like to use Gimp or Photoshop!
     
  8. michanik

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    Adobe Photoshop, Adobe illustrator, Adobe Dreamweaver
     
  9. Steve Mark

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    Dreamweaver, Illustrator , Photoshop Some time corel draw.
     
  10. basementuniverse

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    For graphics I use Photoshop and Illustrator.

    As for coding, it depends on the project. Most of my client projects are C#, so I'll use Visual Studio, SQL Server Management Studio, Team Foundation Server for source control, etc.

    For my personal projects (and for any other non-.NET projects), I've been experimenting with a non-integrated approach recently. By that, I mean I've been trying to get away from using a single all-inclusive IDE and instead use a mixture of freeware tools and utilities.

    Usually, this means a notepad replacement (I prefer notepad2), grepWin for search/replace, WinSCP, LESS compilers, Packer for minifying code, Git, PHPUnit, and various others. Most of these can be tied together using a batch file to automate the build/test/deploy process.


    Edit: I just realised the question was in regard to designing websites, rather than the whole development process...oops! I'll leave the post here though, as someone might find the information useful :)
     
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  11. Ninja Marketer11

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    For me I have to use Phostoshop, Dreamwaver and notepad++
     
  12. Mohd Gulbaz

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    Basically we are use Photoshop, Illustrator and html editor of coffee Cup
     
  13. Youngsmartees

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    Dreamweaver, Illustrator and Photoshop
     
  14. johnmle

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    Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Dreamweaver
     
  15. Gustavowoltman

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    Dreamweaver and photoshop are the best :)
     
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  17. coolspot19

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    wow, so much dreamwever :O

    Personally, I make a scale mock up of the design in photo shop, then use brackets to code it up, if it's a site on a tight deadline, or dosnt require being coded manually and dosnt need to by dynamic, then I use webflow as I can have the site finished in 75% less time.
     
  18. Sasparilla

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    Creating mockups for web designs in Photoshop is going away in favor of doing HTML wireframes. However, Photoshop is still good for creating and preparing raster artwork (gif, png, jpg) for your design.

    With SVG rising in popularity, I use Inkscape for creating all of my vector assets since I don't have access to Illustrator.

    Dreamweaver is rubbish and very few people in the industry use it.
     
  19. coolspot19

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    That was always my understanding, but from the response here, it seems that Dreamweaver is the favorite, although I dont really understand why.
     
  20. johnbrent

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    Many platforms are there for web designing but i use only photoshop and illustrator...
     
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