> And that is my point! The fault lies on the project manager. That was an amateur decision.
Oh it totally is, yes. But it’s also reality, and pretty common. And because of THAT, I don’t like it when designers get to code in a project. Once again, they should know how to code (the more the better, and indeed, that doesn’t hurt) but they should not be allowed to actually code in a project unless their knowledge of code is up to the standard of coders – but unfortunately this does happen. That’s all I’m saying.