Jan 6, 2018 03:29:35 PM by Abdelrauof M
i'm gonna change my current career to a web developer which i have learned for many months i am good at bootstrap, HTML and css, and i have the basis with php, sql, wordpress, shopify.
please, tell me honestly what i do to fastly succeed in that industry?
is i'm required to make a responsitory to land my next jobs?
Jan 6, 2018 05:08:57 PM by Prashant P
1. Don't quit your current job.
2. Get an internship paid/unpaid.
3. Go to websites such as onepagelove.com or awwwards.com to get some inspiration. Study the design styles/typography/layouts/color pallets.
4. Build a portfolio (I think you call it a repository)
5. Bid on jobs and go above and beyond.
Remember web design is a very crowded space. You will be competing a lot.
Jan 7, 2018 04:51:48 AM by Joanne Marie P
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Jan 7, 2018 12:37:48 PM by Nichola L
@Abdelrauof M wrote:
i am a web developer not a designer
Whatever you decide to do as a freelancer, you must be certain that you can deliver the goods. Have a look at this excellent thread, and pay particular attention to Bill H's replies.
Jan 13, 2018 07:17:39 AM by Monasor A
Jan 15, 2018 04:08:54 AM by Abdelrauof M
i have GitHub profile that full of responsitories containing projects and hard codes, is that sufficient