Coda 2 (Previously, just Coda) has been my "daily driver" suite for web development for around 4 years now. It's an absolutely wonderful editor by Panic, and well worth the price tag in my opinion. It has an editor, (s)ftp client, git client, terminal, mysql database manager, and a whole lot more all in one package.
My workflow when developing a Drupal-based website is usually something like this:
This was actually a project I completed about a year ago, but we decided to revisit it to update the site and add responsive features - try the site on a smartphone, it's excellent!
The layout was designed in house and I did 100% of the development work as usual. The old layout dated back to 2002, so it was obvious this site needed a refresh! It's amazing how much different the web looks, now.
The Innovative Learning Institute at RIT ias a very new department, under the Center for Multidisciplinary Studies branch. The layout is very similar to the CMS website, and was also designed by Dumbwaiter Design.
As of Jan 1 2014, we're still waiting on final approval to make the new site live!
The CMS Website was created for RIT's Center for Multidisciplenary Studies, and was graphically designed by Dumbwaiter Design and developed by myself. It's based on Drupal to allow the CMS staff to easily create and post content to the website.