Why web designers must keep up with technology

As programming languages evolve, some designers are left in the darker ages. There’s a far more simple and enjoyable way to do better work for your clients.

While I like to straddle the line of design and development now, I’ve often kept myself in one or the other space. When I surrounded myself in development, everyone I knew followed the curve of the technology. Some jumped from language and framework to the next, others took calculated risks, and both tried new languages to evaluate them.

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