25 Jul 10
25 Jul 10 8:58 am
Would this kind of web-editing tool be useful ?
Some friends of mine have developed a tool that lets you build and modify web pages, live in the browser, by dragging and dropping things around. It works on existing pages as well, and is a little like photoshop, but instead of a PSD file you get the actual html/css.
Anyway, since I have some marketing background, I immediately thought of using it for quickly making and editing landing pages and such. I also thought it might be nice for making multiple versions of a page and having the system do A/B split testing for you.
They liked the idea but wanted to know if people would actually use it, so I figured I'd post and see what other people thought.