Web designers and web developers are two different roles in the process of creating a website.

Web designers focus on the visual and aesthetic aspects of a website, including the layout, color scheme, typography, and user experience. They use design tools such as Adobe Photoshop or Sketch to create mockups or wireframes of web pages.

Web developers, on the other hand, are responsible for the technical aspects of building a website. They use programming languages such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create the functionality and interactivity of a website. They work with content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress, Drupal, or Joomla to build dynamic websites.

Both roles are crucial for the success of a website. A web designer creates an attractive and user-friendly interface, while a web developer brings that design to life through coding and development. Some professionals can do both roles, but in most cases, they require different skill sets.

At Crilly & Wardell we focus primarily on the ‘front-end’ – the parts the user sees and interacts with. Tu us it’ all about User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) and how we can design websites that are ‘on-brand’ at every touchpoint. Digital design at it’s best.