The backbone of interactive web design & development relies on PHP programming and usually uses a database to store information in. An example is a website that has a login/signup system. Your websites' users need to sign up and acquire a username and password to log in before they are given access to certain portions of your website.Backend”refers to the programs and scripts that work on the server behind the scenes to make web pages dynamic and interactive.
"Design is a plan for arranging elements in such a way as best to accomplish a particular purpose." - Charles Eames
In general, backend web development falls in the hands of experienced programmers, but it is good for all web designers to be familiar with backend functionality. The following tasks take place on the backend: Information design as it pertains to how the information is organized on the server Forms processing Database programming Content management systems Other server-side web applications using PHP, JSP, Ruby, ASP.NET, Java, and other programming languages