If you work in a field that requires collaboration for success, then Handcraft could be a tool worth checking out. After you start a 30-day trial, Handcraft will guide you through all the steps to create your first HTML prototype. Give your first prototype a name, select the URL where it will be located, and then get to work perfecting it using the Handcraft editor. Handcraft’s editor was designed in a way that lets you skip repetitive work across multiple pages and automatically completes commonly used HTML and CSS codes. The editor also includes an error-handling tool, which scours your prototype to help you figure out what’s not working correctly. Copywriters, meanwhile, will appreciate being able to write their text directly into the HTML code, rather than emailing back-and-forth with developers.
Eager clients who can’t wait to see what you’ve been working on can be directed to the URL for your personal prototype site. After typing in the password you’ve sent over, they can view all the work you’ve done in an easy-to-understand format. Handcraft is an excellent tool for collaboration among colleagues, as well. The application has a “recent changes” feature, which people can use to see all the changes their coworkers have made to the prototypes they’re working on, along with a number of tools that limit what certain colleagues can see and edit from within the site.
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