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Am I required to memorize coding in a work space or can I fall onto references to provide me edge to finishing my development? [duplicate]

I would like to know if I am expected to memorize coding in a workspace or am I allow to fall into references whenever I am unsure. In a week of non-stop self learning, I feel I can understand the ...
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4answers
1k views

What's the right way to work with a graphic designer?

Recently, we worked with a graphic designer (arranged by the client) to provide the skin for a Django+Bootstrap application we had built. The designer provided a series of static images of the new ...
4
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3answers
906 views

Is it a bad practice to use inline styling with generated code?

If I'm using a technology like Grails. It's really easy to wind up with inline styling. Are there any downsides to auto-generating code with inline styling? Is this considered bad practice? Why?
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3answers
181 views

How to get a programmer to apply nice design touches? [closed]

We have a small webdesign firm, and count with one designer. We can currently not afford too much expansion in the design area, so that means that the designer creates the main design of a website ...
2
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4answers
103 views

Function before design, or a little of both?

When creating data-driven web pages, do you generally work on: A) functionality first B) presentation first? C) both at the same time I'm learning how to build css sites and wasn't sure of the ...
3
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4answers
144 views

to what level should the drawn design match the real web site

I am working on a web site. The client has drawn it in Microsoft Publisher, and I am using this drawing as a working graphical design. The problem is that there are a lot of places on the web site ...
8
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11answers
725 views

Is a designer supposed to write CSS code? [closed]

I'm wondering if the CSS creation is supposed to be the job of the designer or the programmer. I'm not talking here about really complex CSS layout, I'm referring more to skinning. So is this ...