First off, I'm stoked to see the community growing for this product, its definitely sparking off some interesting ways of working. After playing around and looking at how others are doing things, it instantly raised a few questions in my head that I feel could be good for discussion purposes.
Being a designer that's fluent in front-end coding languages I have no problem using code to aid in my design process. With that being said I'm seeing a large emphasis being put on using HTML and CSS within Subform to produce more complex design solutions.
My first impressions are that this would be a great addition for those that lack design based front-end coding skill and would prefer a GUI in order to help get the same result, a good analogy I have is that its almost a hybrid of Sketch and a front-end styling GUI.
On the surface, I'm struggling to see how this offers any benefit over taking a more in-browser design approach. It almost feels as if this is adding another layer of abstraction in the design->production process.
I'd be interested to hear how this stacks up against products used in a traditional design process to help get a better understanding of its future needs and benefits for an UI/UX designer/team.
I'd love to hear some valid arguments for and against on this, along with some possible use cases. I'm not trying to diss the product, but more trying to understand the place it would have in a designers workflow.