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The reality is that most "user friendly" tools you are gonna find are too limited to live in the jungle of modern webapp craft. You cannot drag N drop your way to an asset-rich and use-case finished product. So the solution is to DiY it up using an accurate [shadow]DOM: Chrome Inspector, often called DevTools https://developer.chrome.com/devtools. It has ...


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HTML is itself quite slow That's debatable. I'd say production-ready presentation layer code takes longer to create than a quick sketch in Illustrator, but you don't necessarily need production-ready code to design in HTML, either. There really is no alternative between static mock-up tools like Illustrator and Photoshop and actual markup. There are ...


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The form appears to be non-public, so 700 values really isn't that unreasonable. First things I see are improper use of inputs. #21/22/18/32 should be radio buttons, not checkboxes (cannot be multiple values). And a number of checkboxes are far too short (4, 6, 19, 20 etc). Greatly increases the chance for input error. people will read the form for ...


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You need to split the questions up and you shouldn't have them on one single page. I would review the hierarchy in which the questions need to be answered and see if some of the questions can be placed in a trigger so if someone says YES to a question it will expand the other set. Look into a multipage form to prevent annoyance by the person filling it ...


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I don't "design" in any application. I design on paper with a pen/pencil. I will then use Illustrator to create cleaner wireframes for presentations. I then move to using Foundation directly when starting the visual build stage. I dislike Bootstrap for the very reasons you point out -- you have to remove too much to start with a clean slate. By using a ...


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To create the best possible design experience, design in the browser itself. And not just one browser - all of them across all devices. There is no better way to determine how something will look or function than actually testing it in that browser. By doing your design and development in the browser itself, you're doing this throughout the entire process. ...



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