Well, for the most part, you’re right; but web designers don’t live in a vacuum. I work on a team of developers, for example, with a single designer on the team who is usually in charge of skinning our apps for new clients. And where does he do most of the skinning? You guessed it: in Visual Studio. We have a core web framework that we start with, and that framework is built on the ASP.NET MVC framework. So our illustrious designer was compelled to learn at least enough of the MVC framework to plug in the HTML and CSS where it was needed.
Inspired by my designer friend, I’ve created a course called ASP.NET MVC for Designers, which was just released by TutsPlus. So if you’re a designer, and you find yourself in need of a quick ASP.NET MVC rundown, this is the course for you.