Multi-task rethink - designers should design (and not code)News / OnlineBy PhocusWire | September 8, 2015Share This article was originally published on MARKETING: As professional disciplines have evolved during the modern internet age, so have requirements put on individuals to learn more skills and incorporate them into their existing repertoire. Whilst this may hold true in smaller shops, perhaps there is a valid argument that knowing and doing TOO much doesn't help in the long term. Read more on Fast Code Design.It’s an old argument: should designers code? And it gets a lot of people up in arms, some in favor while others not so much.Yet everyone wants the Unicorn. You know the type: designers who can craft stunning visuals, plan winning user experiences, handle clients with panache, and code semantic HTML5 with bleeding-edge CSS3.But are those really necessary?Maybe what’s needed is someone who understands code but doesn’t necessarily live in it.Read more on Fast Code DesignNB:Designer image via Shutterstock.