A web designers arsenal

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Forbairt

Teaching / Designing / Developing
If it's just note taking then get yourself Xpad. Amazing piece of software. Love it. xPad. The Ultimate Notepad.
looking and it looks nice cheers :) (will download later)

Err, just downloaded this. Created a database and then.... tumble weed .....
How does it work? Is it similar to wallet?

We should have a Mac OS X applications thread somewhere..
Ah you've to create a category first I think :) remember having the same questions :D

And if you've got wallet (commercial) no point getting keepassx (freeware)
 

neweb

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Dreamweaver (Very little use)
Expression Web2 (using this more and more)
Adobe CS
Adobe Acrobat
Smart FTP
All Webmenus Pro
TopStyle Pro
Joomla (It is a tool for web design after all)
Illustrator
NotePad

And I think one or two others

Forgot my browsers:
FireFox / IE / Netscape / Opera / Flock / Safari
 

fairlight

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Dreamweaver CS3 + Spry1.6 (for CSS and some JS)
Fireworks CS3 (layouts as it uses vectors so no quality loss when scaling)
Photoshop CS3 (edition of images as I care about quality more the compression)
Flash CS3
OpenOffice (because I do not like m$)
TotalCommander (FTP and files management)
NotePad (never dies)
 

ph3n0m

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Tools
Notepad
IntelliJ
Photoshop
Flash
W3C Validator
Various JS Libraries

Browsers
IE6/7
Opera 9
Firefox 2/3
Safari

I notice that a lot of people use a fair amount of Adobe software - that begs the question - did you fork over the extremely large amount of cash that Adobe asks for?
 

sheesh

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Textpad
Dreamweaver
Photoshop
filezilla
easyphp
mozilla firefox webdeveloper tool bar

Firefox
IE

I use Flash the odd time.

A collection of well designed sites in my browser bookmarks
 

neweb

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I've noticed Notepad appear here a lot in the listings

Why on earth would anyone use Notepad to design a website in this day and age. That's like buying a car with no power steering.

The same go's for Dreamweaver, I have been using MS Expression Web2 and it handles asp, aspx, php and x/html fare better then Dreamweaver ever could.
 

n3tFl0w

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I've noticed Notepad appear here a lot in the listings

Why on earth would anyone use Notepad to design a website in this day and age. That's like buying a car with no power steering.
I reckon its because its very very very handy - Only takes milliseconds to open and all you really need is it to do is text editing.

I use it for quick fixes for all of my languages. In fact since I do alot of scripting - I'd say its open all day long.

The same go's for Dreamweaver, I have been using MS Expression Web2 and it handles asp, aspx, php and x/html fare better then Dreamweaver ever could.
I like expressions web myself. Only used it for a while though. Big fan of komodo myself.
 
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