What are the coders?

Then I try to simply declare that the layout designer is something between the designer and the linker programmer. The vendor takes a layout, which is written by the designer, and makes a “workpiece” for the programmer. The layman can be compared with the translator. He describes (translates) the design with the help of tags. Tags are specially designed text that displays information about various design elements (text, illustration, table). Thus, after the work of the layout, a clear layout can be viewed in the form of a set of tags.

Once the designer checks that it works so well, it is possible in the browser, and the program will check whether the program code can integrate with the page markup code.


What does a layout worker need? 

At least:

  1. text editor
  2. graphic editor
  3. browser
  4. In a graphic editor, the layout editor works with graphics, in the text code of web pages, and in a browser tests the correct display of final pages.


By nature, a layman must be a bit creative person, since in the course of work he has to work a lot with graphics, often himself to finalize design elements. In the present time, the layout designer, as well as the programmer, must be elevated, attentive and somewhat “completed” on the code.

What is the task of coder?

The main task of the layout designer is to make the browsing of the web pages the most convenient and easy for the user. The installer must take into account the type of device. Learn more about this page, given that it can open at various screen resolutions, in different versions of browsers, with disabled graphics and scripts. Users of the site may be described by people with hearing and hearing impairment. In addition, layout must meet accepted standards. All these factors greatly complicate the work of the layout designer, make it more labor-intensive than it may seem at first glance. Maybe, therefore, there is now a great demand for the work of the layout artist.

Some people call the work of a layman boring and uninteresting. In something with them you can agree. But how to declare the fact that a layman can do his work all day, and often at night, not a substitute. And maybe the work of a layman is not so boring?

If you compare the work of the designer and the journalist, then you can clearly say that the journalist will do more with people, understand on missions and will see a lot of interesting places.

The worker has not exchanged the public with people (ordering), but most of all it happens via the Internet (ICQ, Skype, E-mail). Interesting places for designers are replaced by interesting, professional design sites, as well as get layout makers who do not work in their workplaces. Traveling around the globe of Internet space, in search of new solutions to the challenges.