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    ..looking for companies which hire people without experience at web design

    Hi everyone! Could you please help me with information about how and where I can find the companies which hire people without experience at web design . I just started to create my own website.

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    ..looking for companies which hire people without experience at web design

    Quote Originally Posted by Snowflake View Post
    Hi everyone! Could you please help me with information about how and where I can find the companies which hire people without experience at web design . I just started to create my own website.
    I do not mean to be rude, and its not necessarily your fault, but"no experience" to me sounds lazy, heres why. You can build things for yourself. When you aren't working for someone else you should be working for yourself. Its in my opinion a very important thing to do to stay relevant and up to date with the technology. We have the luxury of being able to create our own experience, so continue building your site, maybe find a friend, family member, or even a non profit to work with. If that isn't possible, build something you want to build.

    This is also in the wrong section of the forum. A key skill in this business is an eye for detail and being able to follow directions.

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    I agree, being able to follow directions is HUGE! You have to fully understand what your client wants, what they want to accomplish with the design, as well as their audience. You must always speak up and question, then repeat back what they tell you so they know you heard them and understand. I think this is a huge part that builds credibility.

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    I don't think you posted that response in the correct thread, DBDesigns. Or did you?
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