Best web design software is a long-running debate that’s been raging since the inception of the web in the late 1990s.
In the end, there’s a simple rule that can help us all agree on which web design tools are the best: it’s not all about the aesthetics.
That’s not to say there aren’t some genuinely beautiful web design solutions out there.
But for the most part, they’re designed for people who want a modern, modern desktop that looks good in their living room.
It doesn’t matter how well-designed a website is, or how well it’s designed for your needs, if it looks like you have to put up with its awfulness for the rest of your life.
What matters is whether or not it’s better than the alternatives, which means that for the time being, no one is making an entirely new design platform for the web.
That means there’s no easy-to-use browser-based tool to help you decide which one is the best.
This week, Newsweek asked four web design professionals to rank the top web design programs on the market.
What they found was that the web’s best tools come in a wide variety of design styles, from the minimal and elegant to the bold and flashy.
This is an opinion article.
The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.