Web Designers and Web Developers
It seems like a common sense idea: Designers and developers must work together.
But too often, these individuals work apart while working on the very same project. The designer works to create elements and color palettes and typography that looks great, while the developer codes and prepares the material for web publishing. And this can cause discord between the designer and web developer and in the final design itself.
If designers and developers work together on projects from start to finish, the result is a more cohesive web project with great aesthetics, user interface and clean code. There is less work and rework during the collaborative process, hopefully resulting in a project that can be completed in less time.
Designer vs. Developer
Traditionally web designers and we developers have been separate job titles. (You can learn more about that in a.)
While designers and developers may often work from separate rooms or even countries, each needs the skills of the other to create a complete website. So they have to work together.
Pros of Working Together
Simply, the biggest reason that designers and developers should work together is to create a more complete web project. From the look to interactions to experience, the project will only bet better when designers and developers collaborate. (And it’s almost impossible not to these days.)