It has long been a point of contention as to whether designers should be able to code, but what about other web professionals. Should everybody from content strategists to project managers be able to write at least basic HTML?
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As part of our season of debate topics on the
Boagworld podcast we are proposing the following…
This house proposes that all those involved in the creation of a website should have at least basic coding skills.
Do you agree? If so, why? If not, what is your reasoning? Let us know in the comments, but remember, sitting on the fence is not allowed. You are either for the proposal or against it.
Share your opinion This post is one of the debate topics being covered in season 7 of the Boagworld Podcast. Currently posts in this series include: Should all websites be responsive?,
Should web professionals all be able to code?,
Does web design need accreditation?,
Does web design needs positive discrimination?,
Is flat design damaging usability?,
Is a responsive website always the right solution?,
Should you be using CSS frameworks?,
Is innovation more important than accessibility?,
Should designers be using agile?,
Has the static design comp had its day?,