Brutely, a team of web designers has been developing a design and web design tool that can help you design your websites in a way that is both aesthetically pleasing and functional.
“We’re trying to bring a lot of things from the web to the desktop, so it’s not just a pure web design, but a lot more than that,” explains founder and cofounder Mark Walshe, who is also the founder of Designing for the Web.
“There’s so much functionality that comes with a website that we can’t really put into a single tool.
We wanted to make sure that we could create something that was easy to use, but also that would make your design work in a lot different situations than a regular web design.”
The team is also working on a companion app for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and ChromeOS devices that can work with the website itself.
The first product is called Brute, and it uses a set of templates for your design to allow you to create a webpage in a very intuitive way.
It also has the ability to change the design of the page based on user feedback, and there’s a very simple, but effective tool to help you keep your website clean and simple.
“This is the future of web design,” Walshes told National Geographic.
The team hopes that Brute will help designers develop websites that are both beautiful and usable on a variety of devices, including tablets and smartphones.
“The world is moving towards a more visual world, and people are looking for ways to make their designs more interactive, easier to navigate, and more intuitive,” says Walshes.
He adds that the team has received funding from several tech companies including Zynga, Zyngas Venture Capital Fund, and Google Ventures.