HTML/CSS Developers

9 results from Eastern Europe

HTML / CSS - fundamental languages for front-end web development.

Olga B.

UA

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Senior UX/UI Designer

I am more then five years of experience in web and UI/UX design.

Vladislava K.

UA

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UI/Web Designer

4+ years in branding, graphic design, advertising.

Sergey T.

UA

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Team Lead, Product Designer/Manager

Lead design projects from initiation to successful closure; – Define and resolve problems arising on projects and within tasks.

Hanna B.

UA

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Senior UX/UI Designer

“Perfection is achieved not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away”

Anna S.

UA

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Manager of UX/UI

Overall 9 years of work experience in Interaction and Visual Design, leading teams and projects.

Jaroslav R.

UA

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HTML CSS teacher

Markup Developer with over 6 years intensive experience in HTML/CSS/HTML5/CSS3 using JavaScript.

Oleksandr T.

UA

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HTML/CSS/Front-end Developer

Result-oriented developer with 5+ years of commercial experience

Oleksii D.

UA

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PHP Developer; HTML/CSS coder

Have 5+ years of experience as a programmer, and took part in implementation of different webprojects and desktop applications.

Nataly Y.

UA

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Full time

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UX/UI Designer

I have fully understanding of UX and further UI design processes.

Do you need an html + css front-end developer?

HTML is the foundation of web development. It is not a programming language – it’s a markup language for structuring content on web pages. It makes it easy to format content on websites.

It was first created by sir Tim Berners-Lee, also known as the creator of the World Wide Web, in 1991, and it has been constantly developed since then. It is a must-know language for front-end developers.

In the past, HTML was used to control the style of the website as well – but that changed when CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) was introduced to the world of front-end web development.

CSS is responsible for how the content of your web page is presented – meaning the font, colors, styles, layout, etc. It’s a powerful tool for web designers.

But it’s power comes at a cost, as it’s not easy to learn like HTML. Plus, developers need to stay updated, as browsers change often, and website styles are subject to fashion so it’s important to know which aren’t “cool” anymore.

It was created in 1997, as a way to divide the content and structure of a website from it’s visual design. It is now a standard in web design and a must-know for front-end developers.

HTML and CSS by themselves aren’t enough for a front-end developer. JavaScript has become an almost must-have addition to the skillset, as it is the most popular programming language for web development, and has become necessary in order to satisfy the demands of users.

Practical knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript makes a good candidate for a front end developer to join your team.

A good candidate will have experience working on the design of multiple web projects. They have to be able to write clean, elegant code because it’s the foundation of what the end-result is going to look like, and it helps other developers wrap their heads around the structure of the website.

It’s also good if they’re passionate about what they do, and possess other artistic skills, like drawing and writing. Great front-end developers will usually have personal projects that they’re working on just for the fun of it. Design skills are also a great addition.

Front-end developers have to be able to adapt, and learn new tools and languages on the fly. Even something as simple as creating a website contact form requires juggling 2 other technologies beyond HTML, CSS and JS. They need to stay up to date, which means using HTML5, CSS3 and the latest JS version.

It’s not just about how the website looks, but also about the functionality it delivers to users, so a good developer also needs basic working knowledge of UX and UI.

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