Difference between front-end web developer and web designer?

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Asked Jul 14, 2016
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Answered Sep 26, 2016
A designer concentrates his or her skills on the visual presentation, the clues that entice you to explore deeper. S/he focuses on a visual-actionable balance, the artistry of the work, component placement, colour blending, textures, symmetry, and balance, as well as the flow of the site as you travel through it. A designer is typically unconcerned with coding and does not think in CSS, JavaScript, or PHP. No, this person considers the aesthetic and how to entice the viewer to continue investigating. S/he considers the user experience from a visual standpoint.

A front-end developer considers both the user experience and the visual presentation, but with a focus and viewpoint on the code. This individual is capable of some graphic work, but not to the level of a designer. While he may occasionally create logos, his true talent is in the coding.

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