Do you need to be creative to design websites or just good at writting the code?

I would like to be a website designer but am struggling a bit with the code aspect of it. Granted i have only just started to learn how to do it (literally- we touched on it yeaterday in class) but do you think it helps to have a good eye for design in this line of work. I am very creative and am trying to meld that into a good paying career ie. web designer ? Any thoughts people

Asked By: Warwickness - 5/31/2011
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Of course it helps to have a good eye for design to be a web designer :) And yes if you become successful you could have a well-paid career. But don't be under any illusions. Most potential clients that you initially meet will not understand how something as simple as 'putting a few words' on the internet can possibly... More
Answered By: PickyKid - 5/31/2011
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Wlhat I will suggest is that you just concentrate on what you are learning at the moment. Once you will finish your course you shall be in better position to decide it. Do whatever your heart says, and you dont have to work in your life again...i mean choose a profession which you love to do...not which you have to do.
Answered By: Mohammad N islam - 5/31/2011
Both honestly... More
Answered By: Flame - 5/31/2011
The Web Site Designer's ob is an amalgamation of good Designing Insight as well as a hold on the the latest technology trends... More
Answered By: Amod Sharma - 5/31/2011
Learning codes for designing websites is not enough to become a website designer. You know the codes, but how can you create something without knowing what you have to? You need creativity for that. If you are creative enough, then you can become a web designer... More
Answered By: Sumit Chahal - 5/31/2011
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