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Latvian startup Froont, founded by Sandijs Ruluks and Anna Andersone announced today that it received 100’000 Euro in funding from Inventure. As a participant of the non-profit Finnish accelerator Startup Sauna, Froont was the only team that received the funding within the scheme I wrote about in September 2012 on TechCrunch.
Froont, which is a bit of a pivot of Berta.me (a popular website builder for creative professionals), allows designers prototype responsive websites in real time and with real content. It has a drag-and-drop interface which any designer without technical skills can use to put together a mockup. The resulting prototype will also be optimized for use on mobile devices.
The problem Froont is solving, according to Ruluks, is the time required to prototyping responsive websites. Having spent a considerable amount of time editing a mockup in Photoshop, designer will have to take time again to change bits and pieces based on the client’s feedback. It also eliminates the need to involve a developer in the process, saving cost for the project. This is how you can do it.
We know of a Bulgarian startup Coherent Labs that helps game and in the future also setup box designers to create designs and see the results in real time solving a similar problem in a different field.
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