Can Website Designing Land You A Job?

Every company today has a website describing its products and this consequently, has soared the number of wanted website designers in the market. Designing a website requires quite a number of skills and disciplines of web designing. And, if you think you can fulfill that requisite, you have a job in your Designing a website requires quite a number of skills and disciplines of web designing. And, if you think you can fulfill that requisite, you have a job in your hands.

Website Design Profiles The different profiles that website design includes are: * Interface Design * Search Engine Optimization * Writing proper content on websites * Improving the user experience

The profiles above are just a few major ones of the many available. Also, they are both Front-end and Back-end included.

Now, coming to the major issue:

What does a website designer do?

The way website design happens today has drastically changed in comparison to the way it all started. * Today, it is more about the experience of the user than anything else. So, the user should get the information she is looking for immediately and with ease. This is the most important job of the designer. * The designer needs to be creative about the navigation of his page. * He should know how to improve his page ranking in a search engine. * He should know how his page could be used for advertisements and how it will be more effective?

Now, this means a designer should have decent coding and programming skills along with creativity. Both done in the right amount can lead to an amazing website design.

How is the pay? The average Indian website designer has a salary of about 3 lakhs per annum. There are various job portals with designing requests that pay really well. The best part about this job is that it can be done from anywhere and for most people it is a part time job. However, for full timers the pay scale is definitely higher. The most important part to remember is that web designing is a job of skills. A man with talent gets paid higher than the others.

Where can you learn Web Designing? The best part about website designing is that there is no fixed standard of a degree to become a designer. There are various online courses or even institutions that give you a full scale education on how to design and a certified degree along with the same. Working as a freelancer may not require a degree as such but as a full timer, usually such degrees are needed.

Lastly, it is a game of motivation and action. A little time invested into learning these skills can give you a handsome reward in terms of monetary profit and experience.

A History of Failure and Success

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Before a tech product gets to the public, it has undergone failure thousands of times. What you see today might have been there before but was an idea before its time or will only require a certain improvement or element in the future.

WebTV (1997)

Set-top boxes don't need to be dumb, and for the past few years, the move has been on to embed new technologies and extra smarts into them, including DVR functionality, two-way communication, Web surfing, and more. Microsoft bought WebTV back in the late nineties, relabeled it MSN TV, and eventually spun it off as a separate company. One could argue that the market has reached its zenith with Internet-connected set top-boxes like the Xbox 360 and Apple TV.

Tablet PCs (2002)Tablet PCs (2002)

Rather than typing on a PC, why not write on it as though it were a pad of paper? And have the CPU interpret your chicken scratch, sort your notes, and generally work in a much smarter way? Based on sales, it seems the world still isn't ready for the Tablet PC. Nevertheless, Gates is convinced you'll eventually love this system. Sourced from:http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2325942,00.as

There have been tremendous developments in technology since 2009 but even then there were flops then. Some were flops but seven years later they are either not around or became a success.

Microsoft Vista

Microsoft (MSFT) Vista was released worldwide on January 30, 2007. It was the most recent generation of the flagship product of the world's largest software company. Vista was created to improve the security of the most widely used PC operating system in the world. The securities features were not much better than the previous versions of Windows based on most reviews of the software. Vista was also not compatible with a number of older PCs which limited the number of users who were likely to upgrade from the earlier version of Windows, known as XP. Many analysts claim that Vista also ran more slowly on PCs than XP. All of these factors prevented Vista from being viewed as clearly better than its predecessorsGateway was founded in 1985 and was one of the most successful PC companies in the US.

Its sales quadrupled in 1990. By 2004, it was No. 3 in US market share behind Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) and Dell (DELL) and had 25% of the retail PC business. But, by 2007 Gateway was in such poor shape that Acer was able to buy it for $710 million. Gateway's failure has been blamed on several things, primarily its reluctance to enter the laptop business. Its share of the desktop business was strong through the early part of the decade, but it did not shift to portable computers as fast as its major competitors did. Gateway was also slow in entering the business of selling PCs to enterprises, a formula which drove most of the growth at Dell for many years. Gateway tried to diversify by moving into consumer electronics, but the profits were poor and this decision only hurt the firm's margins. GigaOm wrote when Gateway was sold, "The $710 million price tag is quite a comedown from the mid-1990s, when Gateway and Dell (DELL) were spoken of in the same breath and commanded mega-billion dollars in market capitalization." Sourced from:http://content.time.com/time/specials/packages/completelist/0,29569,1898610,00.html

Some products were a total failure and they left a mess behind them but today it is a whole new different story. From failure sprung success.

Nintendo

Today, Nintendo is known as the gaming company that launched an era, but it certainly didn’t start out as a success. Nintendo’s first offering, the Famicom console, had to be recalled after only a few months. Atari’s failure in the mid-1980’s left the American video game market a mess, and the Nintendo NES barely sold when it was introduced in 1985. By the end of 1986, however, two little characters named Mario and Luigi had changed the history of American gaming forever. Sourced from: http://www.forbes.com/sites/sujanpatel/2015/01/16/8-successful-products-that-only-exist-because-of-failure/2/#6a500893577e