The biggest difference between art and design is that design is meant to be functional. Once into functionality, website functionality more specifically, you inevitably end up talking about the development and subsequent languages (HTML, CSS, JS, etc.) that made it possible. While not as glamorous as it’s counterpart, website design, development is equally as important.
Why? Because all of the code employed ends up becoming the aesthetics you see. Therefore, development is actually design. Here’s a quick example for you.
Ultimately, a good looking site doesn’t offer much if you can’t interact with it properly. Every project we take on will enjoy the best of both worlds. You’ll have a web presence that looks like a rose and smells like one too.