Designers shouldn't code - The wrong answer to the right question
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A presentation/lecture given at the worlds foremost education for Interaction and Innovation, Hyper Island (in Stockholm, Sweden). ...
A presentation/lecture given at the worlds foremost education for Interaction and Innovation, Hyper Island (in Stockholm, Sweden).
It is meant as an introduction for designers to start seeing the possibilities with CSS, and to promote the idea of doing creative sign-offs (with clients) in the browser, which assumes the creative assets have been taken into the early stages of code in to a working prototype.
It is not meant to create developers of designers. It is meant to increase the knowledge level of designers, which has the added benefit (for them) of becoming more adjusted for future times in their work life, as well as the benefit of leaving the more advanced stuff to developers.
Both developers and designers would benefit from the designers designing suggestions that are easy to transform into code though.
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