Macaw: a code-savvy web design tool

Macaw, a "code-savvy web design tool”, has been unveiled by co-creators Tom Giannattasio and Adam Christ, enabling you to stop writing code and start drawing it instead.

It isn’t the first tool of this type, but Macaw has lofty goals and is aiming to be truly relevant regarding modern web design workflow. The sneak-peek video shows it outputting tidy, well-defined code rather than 'soup'. Macaw is also said to work with fluid canvases, responsive breakpoints and rich typography, along with offering reusable components and ‘morphing’ between wireframes and full-blown mock-ups.

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