Drawing beautiful interfaces in Photoshop or Frameworks is not much to being a designer, Today. To design a website or application properly, a UI designer must have knowledge and understanding of the technology with the help of their product will be built; so, a minimum set of front-end development skills they must have. The World Wide Web (WWW) is not static. Wholly the adverse: It’s fluid, responsive, evolving and ever changing.
Web designers when accept a website or application’s interface they must need to be familiar with front-end technologies and HTML and CSS code. With the help of these code and technologies you can add some assets to your range of skills. And, as Jeffrey Zeldman put it five years ago:
Real web designers write code. Always have, always will.
His words are still valid today.
A very interesting and important article I recommend you,” Nicolas Gallagher, creator of Normalize.css (a modern alternative to CSS resets) and one of the web’s most popular front-end templates, HTML5 Boilerplate.
“About HTML Semantics and Front-End Architecture,” by Nicolas Gallagher, creator of Normalize.css (a modern alternative to CSS resets) and one of the web’s most popular front-end templates, HTML5 Boilerplate.
Knowing front-end development will also facilitate the work of the developer who will implement your design later (that is, if you’re not both the designer and the developer).
Few designers are extremely good at creating beautiful user interfaces but do not have enough experience in HTML and CSS — and coding. Experience is even more important these days.
Adobe Fireworks is a very good graphic design tool, but it always focused on web and UI design. In Creative Suite (CS) version 6, a CSS Properties panel was added to its toolset .If it is used properly, could help both designers with CSS coding experience and beginners alike.
In the last of this article, now you have a better overview of this feature and also know how to use it with CSS Professionals. In 2013,Adobe Fireworks CS6 was “feature-frozen”, it still works as of the end of 2014, with no issues in the latest editions of Mac OS X (Yosemite) and Windows (8.1).it’s still being actively used by many designers — among them.