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10 ways the role of web designer is changing #Websitedesign

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If you haven##Q##t used your web design skills in a few years, you might be shocked by how much things have changed. We take a look at the most important ways the industry is evolving.

Once upon a time, web design was mainly concerned with visual design, with creatives simply having to think about the aesthetics of a website. However, over the last 20 or so years, the web designer’s role as changed considerably, as an established language and structure for websites has taken shape.

With so many developments over the years, a web designer now needs many more strings to their bow. Here, we look at 10 ways in which the role of a web designer has changed over the past two decades…


Brian Yanish – MarketingHits.com##Q##s insight:

I agree with this article, if a designer doesn##Q##t keep up and test some of the new design trends it may be harder for them to get work. 


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