[Seaside] Anybody see this?

Boris Popov boris at deepcovelabs.com
Wed Apr 8 19:06:11 UTC 2009

I disagree, there are tons of talented designers out there who are into
semantic layout and CSS, I'm sorry to hear that your experiences weren't
very positive. We usually use Dave Shea to do the work for us and I
couldn't have been happier.


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I keep hearing about this and in practice it seems to be a fantasy.   
I've worked with a half dozen designers in the last year and none of  
them have more than a rudimentary skill level with CSS and I end up  
correcting a lot of it.

I no longer buy into that idea of separation of design and  
functionality unless you're just talking about maybe color schemes and  
even then I find that most designers don't factor stuff into classes  

On Apr 8, 2009, at 10:39 AM, Boris Popov wrote:

> if you separate coding from design and have
> professionals working in their own element on each, developers can  
> focus
> on functionality and designers can focus on design.

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