“Do I need to know how to code?” is a question that comes up with sure-fire consistency in design circles. I’ve seen it asked by so many, from uncertain design students in classrooms worried about their chances of landing a job, to seasoned professionals at conferences seeing their pool of print projects slowly evaporate. The question is being asked with even greater frequency as of late, because Adobe has launched their product Muse, which promises designers the ability to “create unique websites without writing code.” So, if a designer wants to work on the web, should they take the time to learn this dastardly “code” or instead rely on software like Muse?
fouhy’s heart beats. fouhy’s heart beats slower, it pauses. fouhy blacks out. fouhy blacks out a second time, an embarrassing fall is prevented with support from a wall. fouhy goes to the doctor. the doctor is concerned. there are tests performed. a conclusion is determined, fouhy is broken, bad wires. fouhy is prohibited from leaving and admitted to the hospital. the waiting begins. there is poking, and prodding, and questions, but no food. finally the waiting ends. the room is cold, things go dark. fouhy awakes, confused, but alive. new wires and battery installed. fouhy is fixed. fouhy lives on.comment