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Mar 07, 2004 1:22 am re: re: Define: Web Designer
Wayne Pendley
I have noticed something of a trend toward "one hire designs and develops all" where employers try to get three areas of expertise for the cost of one salary:

- Human-Computer Interaction expertise
- Graphic Design expertise
- Programming expertise

This trend increased during the recent dot.bomb recession when record numbers of tech people were job-hunting.

imho, there are very few people who are talented and experienced in all three of these domains. But that doesn't stop some employers from packing all three requirements into one job announcement...


> Paolo Pace wrote:
>Over time, does the programmer learn enough about the design process to be considered a 'designer' in anyway? Are they required to?

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