I’m building a Mac app for pixel pushing on any live website
6 years ago from Janis Vegis, UX designer
Hey DN folks,
When I was working for a digital agency I always feared those last 10% of every web project that took 90% of the time. I’m talking about the moment when the website was almost done, but there were lots of small design details that drove me crazy. You know the story – spacing between the elements, font sizes, line heights, responsive designs etc.
So I’m building Finch Mac app that allows designers to tweak and edit any website’s design just like they would do it in Photoshop or Sketch. You can alter the page and see the effect directly on the website in real–time, on any device. The changes you make can be exported as CSS code or pushed to the live website.
My goal is to kill screenshots with red arrows that say “move this heading 4px up on mobile” and improve the communication about design changes.
So my question is – could this tool improve your current workflow? If yes – what features would you expect from it?
At this point I’m looking for designers that see any value in this app. It's still in early stage, but it’s available for download for a closed group of people. Let me know if you want to get early access. You can also leave your email on the landing page, but be aware that invitations are sent in random order.
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