Question by kitty2000500: What problems are there in the web design industry?
Is there any problems in the web design industry? looking from any problem(s) in this specific career cluster.
Looking for a problem associated with the web design industry. What problems is the industry facing? A more specific description will be posted (soon) if possible.
Web design to me seems to be a hard career to find a problem in.
I was given general questions for all industries to try to use:
What environmental damage is being done by this industry?
What technological changes have impacted the industry in a negative way?
Has access been equitable?
Are there scientific concerns in this industry?
Can regulations be enforced?
Are laws needed in this industry?
Are children’s lives being negatively impacted?
Answer by crxdx_1987
You need to be a little more specific. What do you mean by problems?
One big problem is the fact that people still use Internet Explorer 5.5 and 6. They are insecure and don’t properly render html and css so it makes it harder to code sites.
Not sure if that’s the type of problem you are looking for or not…
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Question by Marie: Are there any schools that offer a certificate for web design in Los Angeles County?
I am a graphic designer who wants to move over to web design. I am looking for a school in my area. Does anyone have any leads?
Answer by Obama Rules Mccain drools
I don’t know how you feel about online classes, but I have online classes for Web Design from Baker College in Michigan. Its a great program and I already have my associates degree. They don’t charge that much and its a Technology based college. Check out the web site.
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Question by freebeauty: Is there any disadvantage to use Dreamweaver to do web design?
I know dreamweaver is a handy web design tool, but is there any disadvantage to use it, for example, get some bad habits or limit creative to web designer? If I want to be professional web designer, Do I need write html and css in notepad for some time or directly use Dreamweaver?
Answer by just “JR”
DW is a powerful web design tool, but should never be considered by a “professional”.
- It creates a code that is cluttered with inadequate tags and arguments;
- It usually develops a site for one given browser and one resolution;
- It never solve all browser’s incompatibilities; (Never found a DW site working on the 5 main browsers!)
- It is barely capable of dealing with any kind of interactivity (server-side scripts and AJAX)
- It prevents the coder from learning how to code properly.
In other words, you learn to design a site, but not how to develop it, and the coding is very hard to maintain (as it has no “meanings”).
My tools: Photoshop and Notepad++ (and many years of experience).
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Question by herschensohn: Are there salaried web design jobs and what degree/certification do I need?
I’ve been working with PHP/MySQL for about 2 years now and I have designed six web sites using this technology. The web sites have been small and simple, but everyone has loved them. I would like to move on to the next level of web design. What web design degrees are available and what kinds of salaried jobs are available? I am not attached to PHP; if competing technology offers a better paying/more secure job, I would prefer that. Thank you.
Answer by MeowTheCow
okay well im going to school for web graphic design
you can get an associates, bachelors (and bachelors of fine arts)…you MAY be able to get a masters not too sure bout that
you can make around 57 thousand a year but it depends how far in your education you got *what degree* and your experience.
theres many different types of jobs to go with that too because the more education and experience you have the better job you have
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