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An illustrated comparison of the two web professions.
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Posted at 11:06 AM in Infographics, Web Development, Web/Tech | Permalink
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Hello Tia Wood, i heard about you from my friend Tntnames as a developer,i would love to know more about your developing services,kindly get back to me and congrats too for the nomination.
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10/12/2012 at 10:11 PM
I would have to say that a web designer, according to your definition, may in fact do what you suggested to the pay scale for a web developer. Personally, I am more of a developer than a designer. Any of you who have looked at my sites know that I have a real problem when it comes to the skin of a site. I would have to say that I do not have the artistic skills to be considered a designer. I know what I like when viewing a site but when it comes to replicating or creating a skin from scratch, I really need to rely on the opinions of others if the skin looks good. I am more than capable of creating a site to follow a skin though and do server-side programming and client-side scripting. The programming of a site and a style sheet to make the site work is much easier for me than creating a skin, though I do like to try.
And I agree, there is nothing wrong with being a web designer. I have a high opinion of graphics artists, and artists in general for that matter. The ability to create attractive, eye catching skins is important in today's market. Just don't say that you can, for example, add in database support or if it something that you can't do
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10/31/2012 at 01:34 AM
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