Wolf 2 - Responsive Designer is intended for designing websites. Like many modern applications of its type, the tool supports creating responsive websites, which means that they can adapt to multiple screen sizes (computers, tablets and smartphones) without distorting the contents.
Luckily, this web editor is WYSIWYG, so there are no surprises when you see the final version on a browser. The best about this application is that you can easily build a webpage by dragging and dropping pre-built elements onto the desired section. It is good that the list of elements is quite extensive and includes galleries, animations, collapsible panels, menus and web forms. What is more, you can easily customize their appearance and behavior. Moreover, there are templates to make your work even easier. Unfortunately, you are not allowed to create custom templates. This way, you do not need to write a single line of code to create a rather decent website.
Once you are done editing, Wolf 2 - Responsive Designer lets you export your work. In this regard, it is possible to upload the resulting files directly to a server via FTP, or otherwise, generate a locally-stored site.
Regrettably, the resulting web pages may not appear as expected on tablets. Besides, some tables can get distorted or lose their formatting while you are editing them.
In short, Wolf 2 - Responsive Designer simplifies the process of creating a website so much that anyone can create a decent one without much expertise in design or coding. Although the product is not perfect, I would like to recommend it to you. Since it can be downloaded from the Mac App Store at no cost, there is nothing to lose by giving it a try.