Webseiten vom Designer zu html und css übertragen?

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Vielleicht kann dir dieses Tutorial ein paar Tipps geben, denn es beschreibt, wie man Webseiten mit Affinity erstellt, ohne Programmcode zu benötigen.

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Kommentar von kuechentiger
16.07.2017, 13:40

Man erstellt einen Entwurf, keine Webseite.
Siehe auch die Kommentare dazu unter dem Video

There is something I just cannot work out. I have designed the website UI in affinity, now how can I export this design into html/css? Don't tell me I have to code everything by hand and that there are no tools like in photohop where you can cut your design and export it as html and css? If this is the case then designing in affinity for a web designer will be a bit of a waste of time no? Do you have a solution for this please? Thank you.
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I understand your frustration. I don't think any answer I give you will make you happy at this point. Designing a Website and building a website are two different things. Many Designers like myself use tools like Affinity and Photoshop to design websites. Then we hand over the file or slice out the images and hand it off to a developer. A developer will develop by hand or via a WYSIWYG editor to build a site. Affinity Designer provides the tools needed to layout a design and export parts of the design like pictures and buttons while the rest of the design is created in code. The reason why we use tools like Affinity to Design a page or site is because in the professional world it easy to layout a site and present that design to a team or a client. A client, team, or stakeholders will provide their input and then you have to make edits and changes to the design. You can go through numerous revisions. Now, if you had coded the site out and there had to be major changes made to the flow or the functionality of the site it far easier to make those edits and changes in the Design stage. When the design is approved then you can proceed with coding and building of the site.

Quelle:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vp2Aq_imf00&lc=z12hjxnwnomszvcgl04cep0hbnmdttxr2fc

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Dann wäre es ja sinnlos, die Seite in einem Designer zu erstellen



Das ist nach meinem Wissen kein WYSIWYG-Editor, sondern ein Grafik-Programm. Man erstellt damit einen Entwurf, bzw. die Grafiken für einen Webauftritt. Die fertige Webseite programmiert der einem nicht. 

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Kommentar von Rtothem
16.07.2017, 13:18

Also alles einzeln exportieren und in HTML ect. erstellen

Danke

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