I'm a graphic designer struggling to learn web design, and I'm not the coding type. It seems that every graphic design job requires you to know how to make websites, and I just can't do it no matter how hard I try. I try to make a site look the way I want it to, but nothing falls in place. I swear I'm about to brake something...
Would most GD jobs require you to know a little bit about web design, or a lot?
I'm trying to locate one in California and online or on campus classes are fine. Also how would I contact a web developer to ask more questions about the field? Thanks ahead of time!!
Which job would involve coding the back-ends of websites using PHP/MySQL?
I don't want to come up with ideas, I just want to code what other people tell me to. I'm not a creative person.
Let's assume you know the following web development languages :
You don't have allot of years of experience in Web Development and no University, just High School.
I am an IT recruiter in Michigan, looking for a Flash Developer. Everyone we send to the client says they look good, but don't have Actionscript backend developement experience. Knowone seems to have this, is there somethiing else it could be called or some other way to look for this. I'm not technical, can anyone help explain????
Is there a way i can use BBCode to make text flash.
I know i can use HTML but i just need something simple for a small job.
Hi, just like to ask those working out there what are the job prospect of a Flash actionscript programmer? Cause i look at the Singapore market, Flash programmers don't seemed to be valued very highly. Even with three years experience, the salary range seemed to be around $1800 for a diploma holder.
And unlike sales, there's no visible "ranks" to climb except for being a junior programmer to a senior programmer. I've been working for two years now in different companies and I can't see much prospect sticking with actionscript or is there?
Should I change to another language or switch to a new career path?
So what's the difference b/w them. And where can i find their outlook. Like their wages and future prospects.
Can't I be both?
I am an eighteen year comp sci student.Me and my friends would like to start a web design company.I would like to know what skills in web designing will we require I have almost 10 months free so i have time to learn them.Also will we need some sort of finance?Also what are the procedures needed to open a web designing company?
I'm creating a 6page website in Flash and Dreamweaver. To make sure the text is picked up by search engines, would adding the text in Dreamweaver solve this?
I'm constantly looking for ads from companies that need website designers and it seems like I know everything I already need to know to design a website (I've already made several of them just for fun). I've got advance computer skills, a freakishly fast typing speed (although I'm guessing that isn't very important), it's easy for me to learn to use new programs, I know a pretty good amount of HTML, I'm really good with computers in general, and I LOVE designing websites.
Problem is I'm not sure if that's enough... It's kind of like I'm missing some advance skills. So what kind of skills would an employer expect me to have?
I'm a junior studying CS and was wondering if you guys knew of any good ways I could improve my skills during the summer. I was thinking maybe contributing to an open source project, any suggestions on how to get started there?
I'm looking to land that first front-end development role, but I'm quite unsure as to what level of competency is expected of Junior dev's (front-end).
I was just wondering, whether this kind of skill-set is adequate for a potential junior front-end developer, as I'm reaching that stage where I'd like to start applying for jobs!
Any help is much appreciated! :)
I'm sure it's not C++ or Java...... but correct me if I am wrong?
Otherwise, which computer languages are relatively new?
Em asking this cause i know the above all and i was just thinking about if there is a way i could earn ONLINE , please dont suggest ptc or some lame online job , fair answers please ?
Was wondering if any of you is a freelancer and how do
you market your services? I was thinking passing an ad
on the local newpaper work and printing some bizcards.
Is the market saturated or is still a good way to make a decent living? Thx
Is there any great jobs out there that will hire me if I learn all of these really good?
I am planning to study web development basically ASP.Net/