Google Web Designer Beta

Create engaging, interactive HTML5-based designs and motion graphics that can run on any device

Google Web Designer is an advanced web application that's built with HTML5 which lets you design and build HTML5 advertisements and other web content using an integrated visual and code interface. Using Google Web Designer's design view you can create content using drawing tools, text, and 3D objects, and you can animate objects on a timeline. Once you're done creating your content, Google Web Designer outputs clean human-readable HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript.

When you create advertising creatives with Google Web Designer, you can use a library of components that lets you add image galleries, videos, ad network tools, and more.

Google Web Designer's Code view lets you create CSS, JavaScript, and XML files, using syntax highlighting and code autocompletion to make your code easier to write, with fewer errors.

Two fixed issues since version Beta:

  • Components - YouTube Flash player does not work in Firefox
  • Runtime - In-App expanding ads expand to the wrong orientation on first expansion. See Using orientation in expandable ads for more information.

Download: Google Web Designer Beta | 828 KB (Freeware)
View: Google Web Designer Website | Release Notes

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Star-Pirate said,
Looks remarkably like Magix Movie Editor

If you need to say it looks like other programs, might as well add Paintshop Pro and Adobe Photoshop to the list.
Personally I don't think so, just that there's only so many ways to add toolbars etc. etc. to apps, so that navigation and access is uniform and familiar to people.

virtorio said,
Google Search, Google Image Search, Google Drive, Google Maps, Google Calendar.

I think I'm seeing a theme here.

Blogger, Drive, Orkut, YouTube, Picasa...I guess they have to buy something out to have original names.