Tips for up and coming web designers
According to figures released by the classifieds website, Vivastreet, more and more Britons are choosing to work from home. One of the
consequences of the recent economic downturn is that many businesses made their employees redundant or asked them to work from home rather
than on-site. Vivastreet's figures show that the number of people looking for work that they could carry out from their own homes rose by 142% in
2009. While this may be a testament to British resourcefulness, it also increases the competition amongst freelancers, including web designers. Many
job seekers have put themselves through web design courses to generate another source of income. So, what is the best advice to ensure that you
stand out from the crowd?
1)	Use your time wisely
The best tip of all is to ensure that you are able to complete the maximum amount of work in the minimum amount of time, but without compromising
on quality. Using website templates is a good way of reducing the amount of time you have to spend on constructing the fundamentals of a website.
Whether you choose to build your own or use one you have found on the Internet, it pays to renew it every so often. Repetition is not necessarily the
way you want to make your name in web design, especially if you are dealing with clients who specifically want a unique and bespoke site.
2)	Keep your codes
As a web designer, you will establish your trademarks or signature through the use of certain coding. Rather than having to build the code fresh every
time you come to design a new website, it can save you a lot of time and effort to build a library of these codes so that you can easily access them
whenever they are required. They can also be updated more easily as you discover new and exciting codes as you become more established and
3)	Free resources
As anyone who's attended web design courses knows, there is a lot of free software available on the Internet. As an up and coming web designer, you
will need to focus on bringing