The software we develop needs to be very dynamic, not just in terms of functionality or coding, but the visual aspect.
Each customer wants a grid, or Form layout this or that way, and doing this in code does not let us see the result of what it will look like right away. It is a pain to do 99 percent of it in code and then running the app to see if the visuals are up to spec, and what the customer requires.
That is one of the reasons a visual designer is very useful for me at least. for me it is like creating a report, you can do it in code, but it will take you longer because you have to run it each time to see the outcome of your adjustment/addition etc… if you can see it right away ,it saves time.
Imported from legacy forums. Posted by Artmic (had 211 views)