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Web Designer Career Outlook (The Web Designer’s Journey)

http://www.mlwebco.com – In this video I talk about the possible career outlook of a internet designer in what I contact “The Net Designer’s Journey”. The purpose is to inspire and provide info on what can come about as a Web Designer all through your career.

Chris Coyier: A Modern Web Designer's Workflow

Far more and much more is anticipated from today’s internet designers. Visual design is just a single small component of the job. These styles also need to have interaction. They need to function across loads of devices of varying shapes and sizes. They require to be quickly and straightforward to use. As a designer, you require to be able to communicate and share code across a group. You require to be familiar with lots of differnet technologies.

Don’t panic! This is all enjoyable stuff. There are loads of wonderful tools these days to assist issues along. With each other we’ll go by way of the lineup of all these tools and go over what does what.

Chris Coyier is a internet designer who writes about web design and style at CSS-Tricks, talks about internet design each and every week on the podcast ShopTalk, and co-founded the code playground CodePen.
Video Rating: four / 5

  1. Elaine Duncan
    Elaine Duncan02-06-2015

    Hello, I have created a small 10 question forum and I was hoping if you
    could take the time to look over it and answer a few questions it would be
    greatly appreciated! Thank you so much!

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KIsahLhkV04p60JUJRjYaWNtJZl6cJ39ZtHzrH13Kbc/viewform?usp=send_form
    

  2. Jc199somethin
    Jc199somethin02-06-2015

    Thank you :)

  3. piano guy
    piano guy02-06-2015

    Yapcat Web designs are useless and don’t communicate with clients!

  4. james D
    james D02-06-2015

    invaluable as always

  5. Vivian Nguyễn
    Vivian Nguyễn02-06-2015

    This video helped me SO much for my career research paper! OMG @ how I am
    19 years old at the moment, and looking to this career SO much! That’s
    because I have used Adobe products since I was 13 years old! Gosh!<321~

  6. Maha Alsharaa
    Maha Alsharaa02-06-2015

    your video give me a hopeful push , thanks :) ! 

  7. arjun arora
    arjun arora02-06-2015

    Out of all your videos, this one has the best background and brightness
    setting. You should use this for your future videos. And thanks a ton for
    so many helpful tutorials, you’re awesome! Really appreciate it.

  8. tipofmytongue1024
    tipofmytongue102402-06-2015

    Your advice and words of wisdom are invaluable…I almost feel guilty
    watching this. Thank you, as cliche as this sounds, I’ll definitely sign up
    for your training course.

  9. loopper9
    loopper902-06-2015

    Thank you

  10. Andres Garcia
    Andres Garcia02-06-2015

    so inspirational. thank you soo much.

  11. shiftas2
    shiftas202-06-2015

    i need a top web designer looking to invest in an idea with his time and
    reap the rewards at a later date. message me if your interested. 

  12. Adrian Fernandez
    Adrian Fernandez02-06-2015

    you really inspired me in this video honestly! i’m always being let down on
    how this is not the best career to take but i love it and thanks to you ill
    fight to make it! 

  13. Topeng Esmero
    Topeng Esmero02-06-2015

    as a starting web designer and developer this is really help me thanks a
    lot bud..

  14. jeffrey willis
    jeffrey willis02-06-2015

    Mike, love this video. I have been freelancing in web design on and off for
    the last 10 yrs., but I have a question for you. I have read that tables
    are bad for page layouts and div are good. In your opinion which should be
    used? If neither then what?

  15. Richard Wolfe
    Richard Wolfe02-06-2015

    Great video.
    Let me offer a bit of advice for designers. There are certain clients you
    will want to avoid. Each of these is based on my 15 years experience:
    1) Churches. Many churches operated by committee and so you will never have
    good clear direction on what to build or how to update because they will
    not agree and the pastor will not oppose them or take the lead as you would
    expect. Also, there is ALWAYS somebody in-house who will resent that the
    site was outsourced to a professional firm and this person will always be
    there working to undermine you. Also, money will always be a factor as you
    are dealing with a “non-profit” organization. Do yourself a favor, just
    stay clear of churches when prospecting web clients. I like using my
    talents to help the Kingdom of God, but I’ll NEVER build another church
    site.
    2) Personal sites. Focus on providing services for organizations who have
    money to pay for your professional services. Building a site for your
    neighbor’s girlfriend is not the best way for a professional to spend your
    time.
    3) eCommerce. These can be highly profitable, but unless you charge by the
    hour, these can seriously eat into your time.
    IMHO.

  16. Elaine Duncan
    Elaine Duncan02-07-2015

    Hello, I have created a small 10 question forum and I was hoping if you
    could take the time to look over it and answer a few questions it would be
    greatly appreciated! Thank you so much!

    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1KIsahLhkV04p60JUJRjYaWNtJZl6cJ39ZtHzrH13Kbc/viewform?usp=send_form
    

  17. OneCoolDude08
    OneCoolDude0802-07-2015

    That guy is awesome

  18. Dane Rossenrode
    Dane Rossenrode02-07-2015

    I.cannot.like.this.enough. Gees, Chris; what a guy. As a web desiger /
    developer, I could listen to this kind of talk all day. So thanks :)

  19. Vladi Rehanek
    Vladi Rehanek02-07-2015

    Cant believe this is 2 years old. Its very much valid now in Sep 2014.

  20. STEPHAN FEIBISH
    STEPHAN FEIBISH02-07-2015

    Great talk. I’m an hour in. 3 beer cans. No obligatory forehead can
    crush )-:

  21. blissB2
    blissB202-07-2015

    I love to hear Chris talk. Makes web design feel so easy :D It’s not. But
    the feelingz are real!

  22. Andrey Shipilov
    Andrey Shipilov02-07-2015

    Wait, is he talking to kids?

  23. Adam Ambrus
    Adam Ambrus02-07-2015

    this is a great talk, but now i’m even more pleasantly surprised that even
    at 2x speed everything is clear ^^

  24. Miles Fonda
    Miles Fonda02-07-2015

    Great talk. I completely agree with the concept of getting out of the
    browser and putting something to code right away, (because as he said you
    are build a website not a static comp) however, I personally find making a
    really well done design in Photoshop is essential when proofing the look
    and feel to a client. For me, my first love is design and I learned code
    and WordPress later, so Im sure that plays a part – but I prefer to create
    a great static design in Photoshop that the client can approve and gain
    expectations from and then I use that as my pixel perfect guide when I
    translate it to code. There is some overlap, but generally I think you get
    through coding that much quicker since you are just dealing mostly with
    functionality and structure and the style is already planned out for you.
    You are going have to use Photoshop for the images anyway so I find it
    works to just slice it up or whatever from my design. i could see Adobe
    Muse being a useful middle of the road solution though. This is a good
    discussion.

  25. David Losie
    David Losie02-07-2015

    I highly recommend watching this at 2x speed. Double the information,
    double the entertainment.

  26. Frud
    Frud02-07-2015

    Awesome stuff! Learned a lot.

  27. Michael Thomas
    Michael Thomas02-07-2015

    lol Chris is sic!

  28. bigyan pokharel
    bigyan pokharel02-07-2015

    nic thught keep it up…

  29. Markus Nilsson
    Markus Nilsson02-07-2015

    Why weren’t my teachers at university like this dude…..

  30. Eng. Suhail
    Eng. Suhail02-07-2015

    thank you >>> it’s really meditation sound man !!! hhh

  31. Angel Pérez
    Angel Pérez02-07-2015

    Awesome !!

  32. OnlineStir
    OnlineStir02-07-2015

    Chris Coyier is a web designer who writes about web design at CSS-Tricks,
    talks about web design every week on the podcast ShopTalk, and co-founded
    the code playground CodePen.

    Chris Coyier: A Modern Web Designer’s Workflow

  33. tget111
    tget11102-07-2015

    That’s a lot of cocaine.

  34. SF Website Design
    SF Website Design02-07-2015

    Nice presentation. :)) very engaging.

  35. Cyber Goth
    Cyber Goth02-07-2015

    Web design work-flow with Chris Coyier