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BY: Fanny Orozco | Category: Health | Submitted: 2010-05-28 00:31:28
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Article Summary: "Opportunity can also have some disadvantages for web designers. When you do web design, you can immediately share your creation with everyone by just pressing a button..."

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Opportunities can often present both advantages and disadvantages to web designers. As incredible as it sounds, the designer can share their work globally and immediately with just a push of a button. With the right amount of dedication, working with web design can prove to be a very fulfilling challenge.

There are many programs the designer must either already know or be able to learn including design programs, and a very thorough knowledge of web languages is also required. They need to know html forwards and backwards, since it is the basis for all Internet art programs. Furthermore, there are java script , Dreamweaver, and a myriad of other languages and programs.

Large companies employ many full time web designers. As a rule, freelance designers deal with all forms of graphic design - especially in detrimental times like these for our economy, whereas so many web designers deal with problems in finding employment. Very few people will work exclusively in web design. With the assurance of a customer base, you may find it possible to try working as a freelancer.

The key to being successful in this mode is to be multi-skilled. A designer who has experience producing film and video can create short videos to upload to the net to one of the popular video portals like Youtube to design for products that are marketed this way. Good design depends on being able to accurately interpret the needs and wishes of the client and translate them into images that will convey the message. A good designer should be able to do this even when she is unfamiliar with a particular client's field.

Many of those who know they want a web site have absolutely no idea what it should consist of. Designers obviously can not be an expert on every single topic. Part of your job will be knowing what questions to ask so that the information can be formatted in the most appealing and user-friendly way possible. The designer may assemble a series of sketches or rough drawings to present their ideas to the client before they begin the project.

Sometimes jobs take longer than you think they will or once you've finished, your client hates the site. You must revise what you've done and temper your frustration and irritation. The best designers are the best problem solvers using every difficult situation as a chance to expand their knowledge instead of being frustrated. Learning to solve one client's problem arms you with skills you can use down the road.

The idea of having any web site is to draw customers to the site and allow them the chance to access information at any time of day or night. Since it can be inconvenient to have to wait for business hours to call when you want information, the web site can provide it immediately. If you want to keep busy and acquire the assignment, a freelancer must put in the time and produce the product that a customer wants. One successful way to do so is by networking. You cannot be shy or hang back. You must be proactive, aggressive and on the go.

Because there are many looking to hire who are always searching for something for free or at a very inexpensive cost, looking for a job on Craigslist is not always your best bet. It is vital the designer's best work be available for viewing on his own site. Larger corporations typically attach a confidentiality clause to their contracts so that you cannot include the work you did in your portfolio. The money may good, but your stellar work may not propel you into another job.

A designer must never ask if they can put their contact information or logo on a client's site, as such a request appears very unprofessional. Graphic design as a job is a fulfilling one. Web design can be also. A true professional enjoys boosting the business of a customer, by increasing the traffic on his web site and meeting the requirements of the job, while working on a freelance basis and choosing the assignments that they like.

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