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People don’t like to feel stupid. As a rule. However, when dipping a cautious toe into the churning waters of web development, it’s hard not to. If you are on the cusp of hiring a web developer to take your business to the next level, then you’ve probably asked yourself some searching questions.
So, before you sit down at the table with that slightly condescending ‘expert’ that your cousin recommended to you, why not take some notes and find out everything you need to know. Before hiring your web developer.
One of the biggies and an excellent place to start is to determine whether you need a web developer, a web designer, or a development agency.
A web developer is the chap (or chapet) that does the coding. Think the Matrix, think “Neo”. He’ll create the architecture, write the code and dodge bullets along the way. He’ll whip up the functionality. And tie it all together with a gorgeous virtual bow.
A web designer, by definition, is focused on the look, the feel, the user experience, and the flow of your site.
A web development agency does both. They focus on the complete package.
To illustrate; we once sat down with a lady who was furious that the web developer that she hired to build her site didn’t run a spell check, and her beautifully crafted site was riddled with embarrassing typos and grammatic faux pas. While that sucks, a lot, strictly speaking…that’s not his job.
So here’s the thing: If you are looking for a web developer, then you are trying to find the equivalent of a building contractor – a bricklayer.