Web development is far from dying out in the next decade. In fact, it's likely to become even more important as technology advances and the need for personalized mobile interfaces and e-commerce solutions increases. The future of web design suggests that front-end development is a field with strong job prospects and plenty of opportunities for growth. When I first started out as a web developer, responsive websites were still relatively new and cloud computing platforms like Amazon AWS were not yet commonplace.
So while front-end developers may not be calling themselves UX engineers in 10 years' time, the discipline won't be dying out anytime soon. And while some front-end developers work on everything, especially in small businesses, both skill sets don't necessarily appeal to everyone. Webflow bridges the gap between design and programming by helping designers learn coding concepts naturally, making delivery to developers optional, and providing front-end developers with high-quality code. The growing technical needs of many industries also suggest that front-end development is still in high demand.