Sideproject has written up a great list of skills for people who work on the front end of websites. It includes learning a CMS (I favor WordPress, in case you hadn’t noticed,) taking a thoughtful approach to front-end frameworks and CSS preprocessors, learning the details of Responsive Design instead of just how to hide pictures and change the navigation, and more.
We’re all working in a time when the role of a front-end developer is expanding. Being pretty good at HTML and CSS doesn’t cut it anymore. Sideproject’s post is a great guide toward beginning to think about the other skills you should master in order to be a highly versatile and employable designer/developer.
Original post: http://sideproject.io/web-design-skills-and-experience-musts