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Web Designer vs Web Developer: Infographic

Web Designer vs Web Developer: Infographic

Web design typically refers to the process of designing a web site or web page layout and often includes the graphical elements on a page. The design can be developed using a graphics program such as Adobe Photoshop, and provides the framework for the look and feel of a web page.

The finished product of the design does not typically contain code. Rather, the graphical representation of the web page is used by another or the same party as the basis for the code. The representation is divided into areas that can be represented by web code, and other areas that are purely graphics.

Web development is typically used to described the programming required to construct the “back end” of a website. The back end is the area of the site that isn’t seen by visitors, but which does the work required in order to present the right information in the correct format to the visitors.

Web development is used to describe any database-driven web designs using dynamic scripting languages like PHP, ASP, ASP.NET and Coldfusion. It also covers database design and development. The term can also be used for client-side scripting such as JavaScript and Java.

Below infographic show you the difference between web designer vs web developer, enjoy this fabulous post and leave your comment about this infographic.

Source : Web Designers vs Web Developers by Craig
Maan

21 year old designer, blogger and front-end developer. love to share creative design and inspiration.

  • Katie Rosebraugh

    This is great but a little sexist.

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