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ThemeYourWeb says

Hi all,

Let share your work tools for designer and developer! It will be fun!

Cheers,

ThemeYourWeb

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axool says

Hey !

Good idea :-) .

My personnal dev software is Coda 2 on Mac… And I really love it! I can work directly on my server and it saves me a LOT of time. Then, it’s more a tool than a software but I also often use Firebug in Firefox.

Apart from that, I work with Photoshop CS6 a lot too.

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incArts says

I work with the whole CC Suite, mainly Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and sometimes After Effects.
Furthermore I work with the latest release of Cinema4D! :)

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ThemeYourWeb says

Hey !

Good idea :-) .

My personnal dev software is Coda 2 on Mac… And I really love it! I can work directly on my server and it saves me a LOT of time. Then, it’s more a tool than a software but I also often use Firebug in Firefox.

Apart from that, I work with Photoshop CS6 a lot too.

I use Coda 2 as well. I use it for a while and I really like it.

As Adobe Suite is expensive so I still use CS4 and it still works for me!

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Patchesoft says

Sublime Text 2/3, Photoshop cs6 and FireFTP addon for FTP haha!

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TFDesignStudio says

A pencil,eraser and sketch pad,then Adobe CS6 Suite.

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EFEKT_Studio says

Adobe Production Premium CS5.5; After Effects, Photoshop, Illustrator and Premiere, DaVinci Resolve, Mocha for AE, and some plugins for like Foundry’s Camera Tracker, Element 3D and Optical Flares from VideoCopilot and a lot of scripts for AE.

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RescueThemes says

Photoshop CC and Sublime Text 2

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codeex says

Photoshop and SublimeText2

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webfector says

I use Photoshop and Illustrator CS6 for designing. In terms of developing, I use:

  • CoffeeCup Direct FTP
  • Sublime Text 2 & 3
  • Google Chrome (for debugging also)
  • GitHub for tracking issues and commits
  • Notepad++ for files that Sublime isn’t too good with
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