The Extinction of the Everyday Coder

Jul 9, 2014

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DIY Web Production

The world of web design has long been held up by two forces: designers and coders. The first was responsible for making it beautiful, the second for making it possible. These days, though, self-sustaining site platforms like Squarespace, Weebly, and Wix make it easy for designers to bypass the realm of coding by with building-block style page production.

For the average human being, this means power to create a website on a whim; to take an idea and run with it. At the very least it’s a great starting point. No need to invest in an expensive, full-time coder to do your structuring for you.

Still, there will always be a place in the world for coders. After all, who do you think built Squarespace? And who do you expect to help you take your little Weebly-based experiment to the next level? What this means, though, is the closing of a gap between those who either knew how to build a website or could afford to pay someone who did, and the rest of us. It means that there is a testing grounds for every idea that you might ever have for a website.

And when you’re ready for a fully customized, state-of-the-art site, call us! We’ll help you take your idea from an in-home project to a full-scale integrated system.

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