Some people get confused between web designer and web developer. Here’s are the main difference below.
- Using software tools such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, or Sketch to build the final layout design of the website
- Have good skills in graphic design and logo design
- Have a good feel for user experience, to identify the simplest approach possible to attain the desired function. This includes the layout, buttons, images and the general format of the website.
- Web designers need to keep themselves up to date with the latest design trends. It’s also important to keep design consistency that is made popular from other web giant companies, such as Google, and Facebook. This makes the website environment and interface easier to navigate and use, as it is already familiar to the users eyes.
- Web designers have to also keep in mind the branding of the website, colour palettes to be used, and the typography and readability of the website.
- Building the actual interface through which a user interacts with the website. This interface is built by front-end developers using HTML, CSS, and JS languages.
- Front-end developers provide the markup design to back-end developers, so they can implement a dynamic website, and submit all the required data on the server and databases.
- Back-end developers create the backbone of the website using languages such as PHP and MySQL.
- Both front-end and back-end developers can use the same development environments or IDEs (Integrated Development Environment). These are software application tools where you code and build the structure of the website.
- Web developers may also use versioning tools to keep a history of the previous builds. This will help them to quickly and effortlessly move back to a previous “unbroken” version if required to do so.
Just doing some job trend comparison from March 2016 and March 2017. Slight % differences.
Looks like Go is getting quite popular. Pretty much rest of them drop some %.
— Growth of JS in 2016: 97%
— Growth of Java in 2016: 63%
— Growth of Python in 2016: 54%
— Growth of Ruby in 2016: 66%
— Growth of PHP in 2016: 43%
–Growth of C++ in 2016: 43%
–Growth of C# in 2016: 88%
–Growth of Go in 2016: 93%
–Growth of Scala in 2016: 54%
–Growth of Swift in 2016: 262%