How can I get my foot in the door to Web Design?
I just became certified this January and I have yet to find a job in the field. The classes I took taught me the basics of all the applications that web designers use to create websites. How can I get started in the business? What's the best way?
Asked By: Tasha D - 9/30/2008
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The easiest way for a novice to build a web site is to start with a web template. Web Templates can be customized and you can use the layout but swap the graphics etc.... this will get you comfortable with basic HTML design and an HTML editor (like Dreamweaver... More
Answered By: Dan Roberts - 10/1/2008
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learn HTML learn CSS learn action scripts , swf files photoshop , dream weaver , microsoft frontpage , adobe products hope i helped!
Answered By: drma - 9/30/2008
I recommend you start teaching yourself on how to create some sites yourself. I am self-taught mainly via getting all my info via DigitalPoint forums (see link below). This website is amazing is one of the biggest in the world. I have also added a link of a my business website I created. 2 yrs ago I knew ZILCH about... More
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