Using semantically correct tags and proper heirarchy can not only make it easier to read and quickly understand one's code but also it is vital for Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
Translating a high-fidelity design mockup into an actual app or website involves this visually integral aspect of front-end development.
One of the world's most popular programming languages used today making it more important than ever to continually evolve and keep up with all of its latest and greatest.
Gary Saunders is a front-end developer who also enjoys making music. He has a degree in "Interactive Web Multimedia and Audio" with 14+ years of professional experience making awesome things for the web.
Gary initially started in the action sports industry as a web/flash developer at an agency, building websites for leading action sports companies and professional athletes like Tony Hawk, Ken Block, PLG, Tucker Hibbert, Andrew Short, Osiris Shoes, Flow Snowboards, Keep A Breast Foundation, 187 Killer Pads, Camp Woodward, and The Skateboard Mag just to name a few. He then moved on to a position as Manager of Digital Technology and Operations at Alli Sports (NBC Sports) in Carlsbad, CA. Gary currently works as a Front-End Developer at the world headquarters of Hunter Industries in San Marcos, CA.