Handcraft is designed to be a part of your production process.
We think that five years from now, designing in the browser will be the norm. Today, leading web companies are already doing it: Google, Facebook, 37signals and Quora are but a few. These companies have the experience, track record and vision to be ahead of the curve. Will you join them?
|Traditional prototyping||HTML prototyping with Handcraft|
|Spend hours setting up your favorite programming framework to mock up an interactive signup flow||Create a prototype and get started in minutes|
|Drag & drop widgets in your favorite wireframe app. Then drag & drop layer elements in Photoshop. Then do it all over again in HTML & CSS||Just do it once in HTML and use your free time to get some real work done|
|Email your prototype as an attachment to your clients and deal with file format problems||Share the URL to the prototype|
|Spend hours on the minutiae of your design in Photoshop only to find out it's inconvenient to implement in HTML||Design minutiae that can be implemented because you started in HTML|
|Scour the internet for the latest version of reset.css||Include the latest version from our goodies page in 30 seconds|
|Boot up Eclipse/Visual Studio and wait for your solution to load||Open your browser and start typing|
|Deal with the version repository headache of updating, merging and committing changes||Just work on your code and let Handcraft handle revisions|
Designing in the browser means: