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Get a Web Design Job

Get a Web Design Job


May 27, 2008

Web designers conceive, create, and manage the visual interface of Web sites and applications. In designing the front-end of Web destinations, they play a significant role in how those products interact with and are perceived by their intended audiences. But a Web designer’s work doesn’t stop with just visual design. Many Web designers handle the CSS coding that drives their sites, and others work frequently with interactive elements such as Flash.

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Education Requirements

Most Web designers have some type of art education, preferably a degree in graphic or interactive design. Certifications aren’t generally required, but in pursuing a Web design job, you’ll need to create a portfolio you can show to prospective employers or clients..

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  1. Get a Degree
  2. Get Some Experience
  3. Brush Up Your IT Resume
  4. Look For an IT Job
  5. Prepare for Your Interviews
  6. Nail the Salary Negotiation

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