The Real Benefits of Learning To Code As A Designer

A skill you don’t technically need but one that can open doors

Written by Gyeongwon Kwak, social media content writer at Path Unbound. Edited by Stella Guan, Founder & CEO of Path Unbound.

Many designers today think they don’t need to know how to code to do their jobs, especially with the rise of no-code platforms like Webflow. Coding is a skill that’s often overlooked and not explored enough by designers.

Samuel Kang, a multi-disciplinary UX designer at Microsoft, and Stella Guan, the…

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