Are jobs available for someone who designs websites but doesn't do coding?

Are there jobs for a person who designs the way a website will look, but doesn't do any coding for that website? What is that job title? Can you give any companies that might hire someone to do this?

Asked By: EricA - 1/21/2010
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Yes... sort of. Different companies have different names, but they are always some variation of "Something Designer." But the full answer depends on what you mean by "doesn't do any coding." You won't find any of these jobs that don't, at the very least, require good HTML. You can't just design these things in... More
Answered By: Mantis - 1/21/2010
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No, there are not jobs like this...If you a website designer you are also the webmaster which includes coding and maintenance, just drawing what a website should look like on paper is the job of the person who is going to code it and show it to who they are selling their services too or the person who knows what they... More
Answered By: Banin K - 1/21/2010
Try there are alot of people looking for a web designer and they pay really well So go on to then pick your location scroll down until you find "gigs" then select computers. Try it and see if it helps.
Answered By: goodtime - 1/21/2010
If you can't code, then what exactly can you do?
Answered By: dang01564 - 1/21/2010
banin and dang don't know what they're talking about, there are web design jobs that don't require any coding, you pretty much just do the mockups in photoshop and hand it off. You still need to know what can and can't be done though, which requires some knowledge of how pages are built.
Answered By: BR - 1/21/2010
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Answered By: Tomb - 1/22/2010
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