WebZap powers-up web UI design in Photoshop

Although quite a few developers advocate designing in the browser, not least because of RWD taking over, the fact remains many designers remain wedded to Photoshop when creating interfaces. The problem is, Photoshop was initially designed as a retouching tool, and although it’s taken on features for working with layout, it’s still a frequently clunky tool for dealing with web design.

Cazoobi Creative Solutions owner Norm Sheeran is one such designer who's remained fond of Adobe's giant. He told .net that he’s “always found Photoshop to be the most flexible app for design, and without a doubt it offers the most features”. However, having also been frustrated with Photoshop’s drawbacks, Sheeran has created WebZap, which he said was “a complete Photoshop plug-in with a number of different tools and workflows specifically for web developers”.

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