Those are courtesy of Jdn's post.
If you don't, you are stupid, a Mort, or, god forbid, an architect.
Oh my, I am not sure if this was intended to be amusing, but I certainly find it so.
Similarly, it is okay to use a Visual Studio designer. It is even okay to use drag and drop. There, I said it. Let me say it again, with feeling: IT IS OKAY TO USE DRAG AND DROP.
This comes at a very appropriate time, since I just spent a few hours wresting with a drag & drop code-gen solution. I got it to work, even. But the end result is not what I want or need, so I am going to rewrite it by hand tomorrow. So there, it is perfectly OK to use Drag & Drop, and I would probably never do anything in WinForms without the designer.