The job of a web designers is very complex. They needs to take care of the code, take care of the design, and take care of everything that suits them, as well as the visitor, to produce the best results, and be the most productive in the last time. A good website design is very aware of all of this, and uses many tools to improve process of designing, and there are many such tools available too.
They provide a wonderful work environment with live previews, and which makes you do it easily.
Here is a list of Best New Tools For Web Designing
This is one of the smartest colour scheme generators we’ve seen. If you know where you want to start with your palette just mouse over the bars and enter a hex code or drag the sliders to find your starting colours. If you have no idea what kinds of colours you want, just hit space for a random scheme. When you see a colour you like press the padlock button to lock it and then continue hitting space to generate a scheme around it. You can lock as many colours as you like until the perfect scheme has materialised.
Disappointed with HTML5 <datalist> due to inconsistency across browsers and a lack of customisability, Lea Verou wrote her own autocomplete widget. There’s loads of documentation to get you started, and it’s very customisable. At the time of release it was just under 1.5KB minified, has zero dependencies and works with IE10+, Chrome, Firefox, Safari 5+, Mobile Safari and ‘sorta’ IE9.
Surge is a free content delivery network aimed at front-end developers that’s designed to work with tools like Grunt, Gulp, Browserify and npm. You can deploy using your build tool; there’s no need to use Surge directly, and it has a bunch of handy features such as fallback 404 pages, clean URLs, and nice handling of trailing slashes. The people behind Surge reckon front-end devs will prefer it to Github Pages and Amazon S3 because it’s been designed especially for them and with modern tools and workflows in mind. It looks nifty to us.
Luke James Taylor has created this useful resource that generates CSS iOS devices for mockups. Choose the models, colours and sizes of iPhones and iPads that you want to use and get a CSS file for use in your prototypes. Scroll right to the bottom to find an Apple Watch generator.
It’s frustrating to create a great colour palette only to find that it results in a site that isn’t accessible. This tool helps you to create colour schemes that are both beautiful and accessible by applying WCAG guidelines. Enter your font size, font weight and desired background colour, and Color Safe will help you to pick text colours that have the right contrast ratio to be clearly visible on your page.
6.What does my site cost?
In some countries mobile data is expensive. Enter a URL here to find out how much it would cost a person on one of the cheaper mobile data plans to download your site on their device. According to this site the UK is one of the cheapest places to download data on a mobile network, while Germany, Switzerland and the US are some of the most expensive.
Metaflop enables you to create your own fonts by tweaking parameters such as aperture, ascender height, pen width, unit width and so on. It’s based on the metafont language, and provides a GUI so that you can make use of it without any coding. Simply drag the sliders to create unique letterforms, which can then be downloaded as a webfont or .otf file.
Dealing with lengths in CSS can be confusing, because there are so many different ways of measuring: absolute lengths such as px and cm, font-related lengths, viewport percentages and so on. CSS Ruler makes it all easier to handle by allowing you to compare them all on a grid. There’s a detailed guide over on CSS Tricks that explains it all in depth.