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The process of becoming a designer and developer can be excruciating and quite exhausting. Each of these fields has such a depth of study with a lot to earn. And becoming proficient in just design or development can be hard enough. Often times it is easier to pair up and work with a designer/developer for your own projects.
But what are the easiest methods for handling such a relationship? I want to share just a few ideas on how designers and developers can work best together. If each person at least has an understanding of what the other needs to do, it will become a much simpler experience. These two job types should be guiding each other down the path towards creating a wonderful final product.
Everywhere online that you go these days, it seems that you bump into yet another freelance designer. You’ve probably had the same experience. Which brings up the question–are there too many designers?
I’ve actually had a few designers tell me that there are too many designers, but I’m not quite buying it. Oh, there’s no doubt that there are a lot of designers online–probably more today than there ever have been.
But, too many? I’m not so sure. There can be no doubt that there’s a growing and very active online design community. Despite the number of designers online, I think that a good designer can still succeed.
In this post, I’ll discuss the crowded design market and explain why I think there’s still room in the marketplace for good designers. If you enjoyed this post, you may also like this post, Are There Too Many Freelancers?
My name is Damian Herrington and I am a Hull based web designer and developer specialising in user-focused unique designs with clean, semantically written code. I also design and develop for WordPress, Tumblr and the x-cart e-commerce system. Although I am not limited to just these technologies, they are the ones I work with most…