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There are a lot of creative graphics designers out there who love to express themselves by showing off their unique creations. Now, thanks to the Internet, it is possible to share these designs online. Oftentimes people who are overly exposed to the Internet end up taking their creative skills and applying them to website creation, slowly transforming them into Web designers.

While it helps to have the background of a graphics designer, it is possible to get into the world of Web designing without any experience whatsoever. It is easy to surf the Internet and visit any websites that may catch your attention. Once you are inspired, you can already proceed to making a website of your own if you have Web-designing software installed in your computer. Even if you don't, you can always get down and dirty with the basics and slowly work your way up to the advanced concepts of Web design. Website designing is a fun hobby once you get deeply involved with it, and with some practice you should be able to set up some basic websites that take only days to make.

Once you start realizing your potential, Web designing could be the next major career to take on. The life of a Web designer is full of challenges and excitement, and if you are willing to take the plunge, here is what you can expect throughout your career.



Web Design Training

If there is a career requirement that involves Web designing skills that you are not very familiar with, you might be able to luck out with training if you have a portfolio to show. Training may come in the form of online videos or simply a set of resources and eBooks to work with so you can familiarize yourself with the skills that you need to learn and how they apply to real projects.

Teamwork Projects

Every website designer has his or her own strong skill sets, and it is important for every designer to put their best skills forward when it comes to large projects that need to be completed quickly. Web designers aren't the only people you will be working with either, because you'll be working with project managers who ensure all team members do their parts, programmers that add functionality and interaction to the website, and marketing experts who are responsible in spreading the website's awareness after the site has been hosted. Team projects are great to get involved in because it helps you learn what other positions do to make a Web project successful.

Solo Projects

Once you have enough experience on teamwork projects, you can start tackling projects by yourself so you can gain more income and add some spice to your portfolio. It will take awhile to reach this stage, because you need to be proficient in Web designing, programming, and client interaction. You may find yourself outsourcing some of the work in the beginning, but with enough practice you should be able to handle the workload by yourself.

Once your portfolio is large enough, you decide where you want to go from there; whether you want to stick with a team or go it alone freelancing. The fun never stops as projects remain unique each and every time.
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