Should a Web designer use coding or just PSD/XD Template

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Hi Guys,

I really need your help on this topic. I designing some PSD template websites and apps is this is the right web design or I have to code also? What responsive website means for a web designer is just create the same design for mobile, tablet... or the real meaning of the automatically changing weight for each screen?

And are we able to prototype our web page in Photoshop like the prototyping feature of Adobe XD?

Thanks!
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  • Profile picture of the author Pawan Jangir
    Hi,

    You need your design PSD convert in PSD to HTML Css Code for responsive. For website live run you need to PSd to make html css responsive. Also for prototype we can use other live tool like invision and marval app.
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  • Profile picture of the author anu999
    It depends on what feature they are working on.
    Most of the time they work on both.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lily Ericson
    Yes, as a web designer it would be plus if you can in html and css, through any tool of your choice.
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    Originally Posted by Zayanezziani View Post

    Hi Guys,

    I really need your help on this topic. I designing some PSD template websites and apps is this is the right web design or I have to code also? What responsive website means for a web designer is just create the same design for mobile, tablet... or the real meaning of the automatically changing weight for each screen?

    And are we able to prototype our web page in Photoshop like the prototyping feature of Adobe XD?

    Thanks!
    Older versions of Photoshop, no, more recent or cloud version perhaps?

    I went through all of this some time ago, and ended up using Sitebuilder with Hostgator, or more to the point, used a HTML grid, (so the elements go where you want them to) and then used cs2, for the graphic elements, and loaded each one up.

    That worked well in making a professional looking page, But it sounds like you want a sell-able format.

    I have certainly bought those in the past, but they were so complicated to use and figure out, l ended up ditching them for doing it myself and knowing where everything was.

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