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Looking for a Web Designer? Questions to ask your Web Developers
Article by Indrum SEO Web Design
Investing in a website is one of be most important decisions an online business must make and finding the right web developer to suit your product requirements can be a difficult process. Essentially you are looking for a web design company that not only has the right set of skills to build and produce your Internet media, but most importantly find a business you can trust. Many people who we have met over the years have found it difficult finding a suitable web designer basically because they where not sure what to look for and the questions to ask when discussing their concept and marketing goals
To assist with this process we have complied some points for consider when choosing the right professional for your business online
Do they manually write HTML codeSome amateurs will use wizards or clumsy software packages to build pages which are sub standard and not very effective with search engine optimisation. A professional web designer would write your site manually by hand for accuracy, efficiency and attention to detail
Do they have a formal education or professional background Beware of friends who claim to be web designers but cant ‘cut the mustard’ concerning professional design standards and professional industry practices. Particularly if you are looking for a site which performs well on search engines
Do they have a strong portfolioAsk to review a portfolio of design specific works undertaken. For example if you are looking for an e-Commerce website, ask to see working examples of their shopping carts produced
Search engine optimisation performanceIf they says they can get your business ranking on page one of google, ask to see evidence of websites they are currently web marketing and the positions which they hold on search engines
Can they provide the web hostingYou will need somewhere to host your website. Insist on professional ‘business class’ light speed web hosting, there is no substitute for high performance site download and with larger sites they must be capable of handling many multiple users at any one time
How long have they been in businessWith wisdom comes age and learning the skills and techniques to become a web designers and search engine optimisation engineer can take many years of training, study and practice. Therefore don’t be afraid to ask your prospective web designer of their experience in the trade. Most will be pleased to talk about their achievements, products and services
Research your prospective producers Check out their client testimonials, social media and articles they have written
If they are lacking in any of these areas, they probably aren’t very well qualified and you may be mislead, mis-sold or worse.. End up with substandard product which does not rank on search enginesWe advice that it is well worth taking your time and finding the right company for you. Good luck!
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Web Design question by Johnathan M: How hard is it to break into the web design industry?
From the time I was eleven I’ve been into designing websites.Now I’m eighteen years old and looking into pursing web design as a career.I’m not stupid,I know that what I know about web design now isn’t nearly enough to get a job with.I’m planning on either going to college or taking a course on web design,but before I can make this kind of choice I need to know:
Is it difficult to break into the web design industry,even with proof of college or college level education and a portfolio?
Web Design best answer:
Answer by blairnative
College is not required for a career in web design.
You need to have the artistic skills and creativity to design cutting edge web pages, and be able to bring multiple pages together into a website.
You need to understand the social network, and have an elemental understanding of marketing.
You need to have good tech skills. HTML, Cold Fusion, PHP, whatever. Dreamweaver probably.
Then you start building a portfolio. Build out a website of your own. Make it look great. Offer to build a few friends a website. Volunteer for a church, or fire station, or something like that.
Then you have creative skills, technical skills, and a portfolio of your work that people can look at.
Print some business cards up, and constantly network. Hit sites like Craigslist and look for work.
Its not a hard career to break into, it can be a hard career to excel at, and make good money in.
However, it can be done.
College doesnt mean much. I would prefer a web designer with an art degree versus IT degree, and frankly it doesnt matter. Most great web designers are self taught.