HomeArticlesDeveloper tools for designers – Designing in the Browser Developer tools for designers – Designing in the Browser By Juan Cameron December 14, 2019 Articles, Blog 9 Comments Tags:Adam Argyle, Chrome, chrome dev tools, chrome developers, css, css custom properties, custom properties, Designing in the browser, dev tools, developer tools, google, google chrome developers, Google Developers, houdini custom properties, material color palette generator, material components for the web, material data table them switcher, material theme generator, material world, scoping css, scoping css custom properties, Una Kravets, using custom properties, web Related Posts Why “UX Designer” is a Thing of the Past at Crema + The Future of UX Design || Crema Jeans (1998) (HD) – Aishwarya Rai | Prashanth | Nassar | Raju Sundaram – Latest Hindi Movie HTML and CSS Tutorial for Beginners Part1- HTML quick notes About Author admin 9 Comments WebTomekK December 13, 2019 18 min vid uploaded 2 mins ago already has 12 like and 117 views, tell me ur secret, haha Reply Riyas v December 13, 2019 After I changing code in browser, how I can save the new changes to the existing file ? Reply Wilco December 13, 2019 By "left click" on an element, I think you mean "right click".. 🙂 Left clicking elements won't (luckily) open up a context menu. Reply Rick Beacham December 13, 2019 Nice. The Animations dev tab is new to me! Reply Wrokzor December 13, 2019 I love dev tools! a tab i use a surprising amount is the coverage tab, just to make sure that my CSS is being used on the site and that i'm not closing in on the 50kb CSS limit in AMP, dev tools is an invaluable help for that! Reply Rick Beacham December 13, 2019 So VisBug is a Chrome Extension.. This tool is fantastic! Will help me out alot. Thanks. Reply Rick Beacham December 13, 2019 I use Lighthouse quite a bit. I'm also using Timelines on Safari which also has the CPU usage… I think Chrome Canary now has something Performance Monitor which is quite nice to monitor JS. In firefox i use noscript to turn off specific scripts for testing. It would be nice if Chrome had something like that as well. Reply Rajdeep singh December 14, 2019 Really good Reply Rock Rabin December 14, 2019 Google official design is way different than material design, why don't you guys doesn't use material on your official page? Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.