In the 1990s and early 2000s, web designers, ad agencies and marketing firms controlled their clients’ message; thus, they acted in a chief decision-making role regarding technology decisions, driving their clients’ websites. Marketers tossed about the term “web developer” as if synonymous to “web designer.” Conversely, web developers rarely muddled the terminology. Why not? Because the last thing most true web developers wanted to manage was the creative process, let alone the client.
- Web Designers Envision It: Creative, Interface Layout, Digital Experience, Wireframe, Business Message
- Web Developers Make It Work: Coding, Framework, Security, Performance & Speed, Compatibility, etc