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17 Problems Every Website Designer Has Faced At Least Once

Whether you studied it at university or you’ve only just got into website design, you’ll definitely have faced these problems at least once.

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1. The horror when something is a pixel out of place.

Please no.

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2. Being asked by friends if you’ll build their website for free.

Sure 🙂

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3. Whenever someone suggests, without irony, using Lobster font-face.

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Glee Wikia

4. Or tells you no one cares if it’s pretty.

That’s literally all people care about.

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5. Having to repeatedly explain that components can’t be red or green because of the obvious negative/positive association.

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6. When you’ve been asked to put a billion and one things above the fold…

Ugh

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Reaction GIFs

7. But also a single column layout.

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8. Internet Explorer.

Need I say more?

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9. Having to test your site on 4505792 different devices.

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10. The guilt when you use !important in your CSS.

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EpicPew

11. Or when you spend all day doing wireframes and mockups instead of actually coding.

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East Willow Grove

12. When no one appreciates your use of bacon ipsum instead of lorem ipsum.

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Tumblr

13. Or understands what you’re talking about when you reference colours by their hex codes.

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14. When there’s a hot new JS framework you have to learn because of course there is.

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Head Over Feels

15. Putting your heart and soul into the box shadow for a button and then being told the aesthetic is now ‘flat’.

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Photobucket

16. Or giving a group of people a choice between designs and they all choose different ones.

That’s not helpful.

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17. But the biggest problem of all is that, in spite of everything, you love it really.

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