The subject is a half-joking question in the form of a rant…
I’m going through the Applied Visual Design section, and am wondering why I’m drawing hearts and moons, when I thought CSS is supposed to be about applying style to a webpage’s elements. Why am I being taught how to draw pictures?
Is it really necessary to know how to draw hearts in CSS to be an effective front-end designer? Isn’t that why we have programs like illustrator, Corel, or Inkscape, all of which work with vector and can save as SVG, which I understand is now supported?
Kind of just a rant, but I’m honestly wondering if I’m ever going to be expected to create shapes for a website, making these particular lessons necessary.