Designers Who Code

🦄 a twitter directory for exploring digital product designers who speak the native language of our medium. Implemented as a static site made with express, firebase, jquery. Discover 1 designers who code design on dribbble. Your resource to discover and connect with designers worldwide. A roadmap for designers. Hi i'm sam 👋 i've been writing code professionally since 2018, but i started my career as a graphic designer. By learning to code, i've doubled my income and wake. I'm haydn and i'm all about helping you learn to design on the web, through code.

Discover 1 designers who code design on dribbble. Your resource to discover and connect with designers worldwide. A roadmap for designers. Hi i'm sam 👋 i've been writing code professionally since 2018, but i started my career as a graphic designer. By learning to code, i've doubled my income and wake. I'm haydn and i'm all about helping you learn to design on the web, through code. Code isn't that hard, and i'm here to help you realize that. In addition, i'm all about helping web. Designers who code is a collaborative of artists and programmers. For more info, get in touch with john mccormick:

Implemented as a static site made with express, firebase, jquery. Discover 1 designers who code design on dribbble. Your resource to discover and connect with designers worldwide. A roadmap for designers. Hi i'm sam 👋 i've been writing code professionally since 2018, but i started my career as a graphic designer. By learning to code, i've doubled my income and wake. I'm haydn and i'm all about helping you learn to design on the web, through code. Code isn't that hard, and i'm here to help you realize that. In addition, i'm all about helping web.

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Should UI/UX designers know how to code My honest opinion as a Product Designer



Wondering if you need to learn how to code if you want to be a UI/UX Designer or a Product Designer? In this video, I share my thoughts on whether learning to code is necessary AND what you can do to improve your workflow if you don't know how to code. Thank you for subscribing!

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3:41 Ok but I wanna learn how to code!
4:23 Final thoughts

UX designers do NOT need to learn how to code ... instead, you should do this!



To code or not to code? Wondering if UX designers need to learn how to code? In this video, I will share my UX background and my decision about learning to code.

Ultimately, it depends on what you want to do in your career. You don't need to become an expert coder. You don't need to learn the ins and outs of various programming languages.

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The benefits of learning to code for designers! - with Ran Segall



"Should designer's learn to code?" - In this video we discuss that nugget and share our thoughts on why learning to code has helped us in our design careers!

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Learning to code may seem daunting, but like we talk about in the video you don't need to be a super amazing developer in order to get the benefits of having code knowledge. You'll be able to work better with developers, know how to bring your own ideas to life, and be able to consider how your designs will be implemented.

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Do UX Designers Need to Code Find Out The TRUTH!



Do UX Designers Need to Code? In this video, I discuss UX Design vs Development. Do you need to know how to code in HTML, CSS, and javascript as a UX designer? Watch to find out...

The final stage of the UX Design Process is development. Once you have a product that has been tested and refined with users it's time to make things real. A lot of people ask do you need to know code to be a UX designer. You may get a lot of different answers but from my experience, you don't. I know the basics of Html and CSS and that's it. As a junior designer, you don't need to know code as this is a different job. In every place, I've worked as part of the team are Front-end developers.

A Front-end developer will take your design and make it come to life. They will put it together in code for whatever type of product you are working on. If you are designing a website then this will be HTML, CSS, and javascript. If you are designing an app then this will be different. There may also be Java developers (which is an entirely different code language than javascript just to make things confusing) on your team if things are a little more complicated. Many tools I've built have multiple front-end and java developers working together over multiple months to create. This is why I believe you don't need to know code. It might be nice to know but it certainly isn't necessary and I know this first hand so don't worry.

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Should UX Designers be able to code 100% Yes. Find out why.



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Do UX Designers Need To Know How To Code



So I've had a lot of people reach out and ask me if UX designers need to know how to code. I finally address this question, once and for all!
To be honest, there really isn't a right or wrong answer! But I think this will be informative and helpful, especially for those who are new to the career, or if you are a UX student/bootcamp alumni.

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(0:40) You Don't Need To Know How To Code, because...
(1:41) My personal experience with Coding
(2:00) It can be helpful to know Coding, because...
(3:52) To all the beginning UX designers & Bootcamp students/graduates!!!
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Should Designers learn to code ► See 5 tips to learn coding for Designers



In this Video, you will learn that should Designers learn coding and should they be developing websites or not. A lot of new designers ask me this questions that should designer code as well.

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Why “No Code” Means the Golden Age for Designers (+ my FAVORITE no-code tools)



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Should UX/UI designers know how to code



This is a quick video answering the question if coding is necessary to learn as a UX/Product Designer. Although you may not need to know to code, I promise there are great benefits if you do!

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Should designers no-code



One of the age-old questions we hear in our industry is, ""should designers code?"" But I want to propose a new question: ""Should designers no-code?""

No-code — and other collaborative design and development tools — can not only bridge the gap between design and engineering, but get rid of the gap entirely. As a design systems advocate, practitioner, and community builder, I’ll share my thoughts on how the future of digital design can bring our worlds closer together — and how some of that is already here today.

Jina Anne (they/she), founder, Clarity, product design manager, design systems, Asana
Jina is a design systems advocate, co-author, design manager, and founder. They’re recognized as a Web Technologies expert in the Google Developers Experts program and has led design systems efforts at Apple, Salesforce, and Amazon.

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Should Designers In A Digital Age Learn to Code



Andrei Herasimchuk, Co-Founder of Freestyle Software, is explaining the importance of learning to code. "The craft of designing digital product requires code. It's a big mistake for designers not to understand the 'material' they are working with"

Should Designers Code



I'm weighing in!

If you're a UX/UI designer, then damn right you should know how to code, at least if you want to be awesome.

If you're a visual storyteller that creates content for social media, then you don't need to code, you need to take sick photos and videos.

Done and done.

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Introduction to Web Development Concepts for Designers - Coding for Product and Web Designers



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Introduction to Web development for designers
Coding for designers

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This video is about Coding for designers, the absolute basics of web development - HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

I believe every designer should understand the concept of how development is done and the purpose of this video is to help you guys get that understanding.

This video would be helpful if you're just starting in product design or web design and trying to get a basic understanding of the concepts of web development.

It's not a coding tutorial so you don't need to follow along, just watch, take notes and enjoy.

Let me know if you have any questions down in the comments below.

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3:45 - Technologies used for web development
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6:10 - HTML Basics
7:15 - Introduction to HTML Head
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Do Instructional Designers Need to Code



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What Designers Can Learn from (Code) Review | Co-founder of Confrere | Ida Aalen



Ida Aalen is co-founder and Chief Product Officer at Confrere, bridging UX, content strategy and product management, she’s made it her mission to prove that there’s no such thing as no time or no resources for user testing. She joined us at awwwards Conference Amsterdam to talk about what designers can learn from (code) review.

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