Most people who work with the Web believe that one is either a developer or a designer. The developers handle the programming (and in general aren't artistic) and the designers can produce beautiful designs, but lack natural programming skills. The reality isn't as clearly defined, though there is some element of truth, and it's probably the reason why so many people tend to struggle with understanding the values of color codes. What trips most people up is the fact that it takes a little bit of understanding from each side of the apparent developer-designer divide.
There are many ways to share files with teams of people, but few require only a Web browser for access and let you choose from tens of different ways of authenticating user access to the files. Such lightweight and universal access is the promise of Gollem, a file manager that runs in your Web browser. With it you can connect to and manage your files on a WebDAV, FTP, or traditional filesystem or SQL database.