Web design and development
Although we don’t have anything against offices, they are also a thing of the past. In today’s economy, visiting your place of employment in person is preferred over convenience and immediate access to information. You can be sure that potential customers and clients have done online research about you if your firm requires face-to-face meetings. If you don’t have a website, or even worse if your website is poorly designed, could you fathom how much business you have already lost? Websites are where potential customers go to learn more about you and determine whether they want to do business with you, and we are quite skilled at creating them.
Let’s divide website design into two categories for simplicity’s sake: what users see and what users do not see.
Front-end development and design are responsible for what the user sees and are done in a browser. Colors, layout, fonts, and images—everything that contributes to a website’s branding and usability—are defined by design, which calls for software like Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks, and Sketch.
Some front-end developers design, while others are designers. Some designers don’t even touch the code. Additionally, some front-end developers focus solely on coding. helpful, yes?
The back-end work that the user does not see occurs on a server.
To store and manage all the data that is received through the front end of a website, a back end is required. Therefore, when a consumer makes a purchase or completes a form on a website, they are entering information into a front-end application. And a database that is on a server houses the data.
A website operates as intended because its front and back ends are constantly in contact with one another. The conductor is basically a back-end developer. With the aid of programming languages like Ruby, PHP, .Net, and Python as well as frameworks like Ruby on Rails and CodeIgniter, they ensure that servers, databases, and applications coexist peacefully.
We have a talented staff that combines web development and web design.
The hybrid designer/developer who can do it all, which was once an industry joke, is now a realistic goal for both web designers and front-end developers, thanks to the expansion of instructional materials online.
In the industry, developers and designers who are adept at both ends of the skill range are in high demand. Your idea can be carried through front-end development by the “unicorn,” who can take it from the conceptual stage of graphic mock-ups and storyboards.
The actual benefit of developers who design and designers who code is their ability to speak each other’s languages, not that you would want them to. This ensures that you come up with the best answer possible in addition to improving team communication and streamlining productivity.
For modest projects when it’s possible for one or two individuals to manage both the back and front ends of an application, feel free to rely on the “unicorn.” Even if you are able to find a few “unicorns” for larger projects, more precisely defined responsibilities are still needed.