TO the professional aspect of Web Design, some of the colleges are
actually offering a degree in Web Design. However, I should point
out there are at least three to four separate disciplines.
1) Website administration
2) Website design, graphics and layout
3) Web programming
4) Web Data base programming
In many of the above instances a strong programming degree is more
Also, to keep up, check out the HTML Writer's guild or a specialty
programming languge as well. TO be taken seriously, well now that is
a tough one to succeed. In this case, the best way, is to be
attentive to detail, a salesperson/marketeer, and a leader to combine
all trades together for a project.
Just my humble opinion...
--- In websitebuilding@y..., "oikonomia" <oikonomia@y...> wrote:
> How would a person that is interested in making money in Web Design
> keep up with the latest languages, other web designers and what
> have to offer? It all seems to be a daunting task. Does one have to
> possess a degree to be taken seriously in this field?