Front-end code behavior
Designers are supposed to have front-end skills along with designing. If a professional web designer is comfortable with only doing visual design work, then let it be. However, a designer can facilitate a web developer by providing more intuitive services using front-end technologies. Three fundamental languages of front-end development should be understood by every designer i.e. HTML, CSS, JS. If the designer is having the knowledge of front-end development, when he will design a dropdown menu he will handle the complexities implementing via code.
It is a designing technique that allows all websites to adapt all screen sizes of different layouts, either it is of mobile or of a desktop. When a new layout is applied, device dimensions are introduced by breakpoints, added in one of the CSS files. A certain pixel width defines the breakpoints at which the minimum or maximum length of layouts adapt to fit that specific screen size. A responsive design layout looks different on the desktop screen or on the mobile screens.
As a designer, you must be tasked with various designs each fitting into different screens.
Implement modular designs
Modular designs used to describe a method of creating websites through reusing modules. Think buttons, form inputs, heading styles, or blockquotes with fancy styling.
Developers always want to reuse the code as much as possible. This technique makes the code less wordy and reduces the size of a file. It also became the code optimization technique.
If elements are designed using modules, it became easier for the developers to implement the layout with CSS classes. It’s a good technique to think where you can reuse the same colors, textures, buttons, etc. it reduces complexity and makes the code simple if you comment on the copied code.
These approaches used to handle accessibility problems. Every user will not be on the devices or run browsers that can access all dynamic features of a website.