[nycphp-talk] Working with designers
tedd at sperling.com
Tue Aug 25 14:50:47 EDT 2009
At 9:49 AM -0400 8/25/09, lists at nopersonal.info wrote:
>Mark Armendariz wrote:
>> As for my experience, I started as a graphic designer (about 12 years
>> ago) and as a freelance PHP developer for 8 years, I've been fortunate
>> enough to work closely with some of the best and most talented
>> designers in the industry.
>That's good to know. I love doing both, but don't run across many people
>who feel the same.
Me too -- I'm a one man band combining graphic design, html, css,
best practices, unobtrusive and semantic code, and addressing W3C
compliance and accessibility issues.
In other words, there's a lot to know to get it right. I can see how
the division of responsibility can become blurred in a team
environment while working on large projects. Fortunately for me, my
projects don't normally exceed $20k and that appears to be a nice
cut-off for me.
In my experience, projects that are larger can go to a team, those
smaller can be handled by one person.
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