Difference Between Your Developer and Designer

Adding Clarity

We have had the question asked multiple times, why can’t the guy working on the back deal with the other stuff? Or, why are you talking of it like two separate parts? 

Not to say your developer can’t he or she may be diverse and is able to take care of both web development and designing and that is great, but, a two in one is often rare and they are diamond once found. Your development team may speak with you as if they are separate entities and they are correct. These definitions will elaborate on what I am explaining here.

Web Developer

As is defined on techopedia a web developer is a programmer who specializes in the development of applications relating to the world wide web or distributed network applications, which typically run protocols like HTTP from a web server to a client’s browser using associated programming languages. A web developer is one who also makes your designs, the beauty of your websites be functional thus, enhancing your user experience.

Web Designer

Defined by technojobs a web designer is an IT professional who is responsible for designing the layout, visual appearance and usability of a website. A great designer is usually educated or equipped with graphical skills and a tad bit knowledge on other technical parts ensuring that your developer has an ironed path to go once the project is initiated.

For a more down to earth example your designer would be your architect in building your dream home. They know all the details where each room should be, the landscape of the yard space, and, even the facet for pipes and the style locks on all doors. Your developer will be the one to come in and ensure that electricity is in all plugs, water in all facets and the home is a dream-like you have envisioned.

Microsoft Edge Beta Roll-Out

Browsers Needs

Often times we worry about the efficiency or the speed in our browser; asking questions like will my website look the same on all browsing platforms? will I hang freezes, crashes or hangs in browsing? will I be having others display issues? and, will my images be as clear?

For decades we have been comparing Microsoft edge with Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox which turned out that Google Chrome was by far most browsers favorite, on mobile devices and desktop computers.

Upgrade With You In Mind

Microsoft released there new and improved chromium based browser that is hitting a lot of headlines. So much so that it is also titled to be the “sister of chrome”. The windows 10 new Microsoft Edge browser has a lighter design having it being lightning fast. Everything users had disliked about internet explorer is no more. The BETA version of the release was done on January 10th and has been raising alarms ever since. Microsoft Edge has adopted the Chromium open source project to ensure the creation of more compatibility with customers.

What About The Competition?

Though the new and improve Microsoft Edge is now more versatile with the capability of adding Google Chrome add-on, test by numbers of users showed to them that Chrome is still king, You could say by just an “edge”. We must give hats off to Microsoft as this is a strong move to maintain the hearts of there frequent users and capture the hearts of others.
Just a bit of history on Google Chrome. Google Chrome a cross-platform web browser developed by Google. It was first released in 2008 for Microsoft Windows and was later ported to Linux, macOS, iOS, and Android. The browser is also the main component of Chrome OS, where it serves as the platform for web apps. Most of Chrome’s source code comes from Google’s open-source Chromium project, but Chrome is licensed as proprietary freeware. This detailed information can be seen at the Google Chrome Insider Page or Google Chrome search on Wikipedia.

We have a wide clientele with different preferences in their browsers hence we design and test for all. Most developers I have met eventually removed Microsoft from their test matrix as for the difficulties they have had now you are able to re-add. To test on your PC you may download or upgrade via the Microsoft Edge Insider page.