This page would look a lot spiffier if you downloaded a standards compliant web browser.
Web Styler supports specification of a design from sketch to final product. A designer sketches a Web page layout by drawing elements to represent text headings, graphics, and other graphic design elements. The program then generates a dummy Web page based on this layout, and displays it in a browser. The designer can attach actual content to the layout by selecting text files and graphics and associating them with elements of the Web page sketch. WebStyler then produces an HTML page layout with actual content. This project is part of the Electronic Cocktail Napkin investigation of Ambiguous Intentions based on diagram context.
last updated 8.24.2006 by Mark D Gross