Responsive websites have become the standard of mobile-friendly web development, yet designing the various formats has proven to be excessively time consuming. Froont aims to solve that problem by enabling designers and developers to create beautifully designed responsive websites directly in the browser. Simply put: it looks incredible and both developers and designers alike have begun raving about the concept over the past couple days.

The team behind Froont raised $130,000 back in March fron InVenture after graduating from Eurpoean incubator, Startup Sauna. Based on the company’s AngelList profile, it appears as though the company has since relocated from Stockholm to San Francisco. While long-time designers may argue that there’s no way that such an early product could replace Photoshop, I’m not sure it needs to. It has one of the best in-browser design experiences I’ve seen so far and the responsive features are incredible.

It appears to be a great approach to rethinking the way web design is done. The product speaks for itself, so rather than blabbering on about the product, check out the video below and let us know your thoughts!