Chapter 15

Concluding remarks

So, here you are. At the end of the book. What’s next? The future.

Designing for the web should be filled with creativity. Whether you design interfaces, develop databases or write code, there’s creativity in everything you do. If you enjoy designing for the web as much as I do, you’ll find there’ll be exciting times ahead. You’ll have plenty of incredible opportunities to create great-looking websites which people will love to use.

In the few years since CSS was developed, the web design industry has changed significantly. Accessibility, meaningful HML for content and structure, and CSS for presentation are now part of designers’ working lives. But, that doesn’t mean we should stop experimenting, learning, and sharing ways to make our work better. A professional never stops learning, and CSS would not be used so widely today had it not been for people who found solutions and shared them with the rest of us. I hope you’ll follow in their footsteps.

Now, it’s time to stop reading and start designing the future.

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