Although not programmers, every web designer needs to know at least a bit of JavaScript to do decently in one’s career. XHTML and CSS are great, but they can only do so much for a web page. Adding the interactivity and/or special effects that JavaScript can allow can not only enhance a design, but also lead to a more pleasant user experience.

Bits of JavaScript

This is not going to be an in-depth post on JavaScript, or anything like object-oriented material. Instead, this post will cover the basics of JavaScript that every designer must know to become better designers. In this post, we’ll cover some JavaScript features (and trends) that focus more on user experience and design elements themselves.

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