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Product Launch: The new Froont Instant

We are happy to announce our new line of products for business. Froont Instant is all about integration with your existing services to help you add new capabilities to your products and grow your business. Both products – Instant Page Builder and Page Customizer can be embedded directly into your service…

The state of design tools in 2017

I’m a designer and co-founder of web design tool Froont. Building future tools is my work, and this is how I see the design tool landscape of 2016 and what to expect in 2017. In the design world, we live in exciting times. It seems that the number of…

When to redesign your website

Redesigning is overrated. It can seem like a quick and easy way to get rid of all of your problems, but it rarely is. Here at Froont we helped hundreds of different organizations and businesses create a new website, and being a startup ourselves this is what we learned. Problem…

A new Froont v1.8 is live

Today we are excited to announce a new version of our responsive web design tool Froont. We've been working on it for quite a while. Focusing on the product itself is also the reason why we were keeping low profile in terms of the communication in the last months. Check…

What if testing was a part of the design

One of the great benefits of digital design is that it can be tested and measured. Yet so many aren’t doing that. Partly we can blame the workflow, where the client buys the design from the designer and focuses on aesthetics, not the results. But what if that could…

Positioning in web design

Understanding how positioning in the web works is crucial for responsive web design, as it allows us speak the same language with developers and helps make better design decisions. Compared to static design tools (Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch) it's more complex as well, because the position depends on everything around it;…

A brief history of web design for designers

My interest in coding my designs was lost at the the moment I realized how much trickery had to be done to make it happen. Seemingly simple issues could be solved in so many ways. Yet it still might not have worked on some browsers. One thing that always made…