Opportunities and salaries
Web Designers/Developers are employed across every industry sector; indeed, there is no commercial or non-commercial organization that doesn’t have a web for selling or communication purpose.As a Web Designer, you basically work for a company which provides web services. These include advertising and marketing agencies, IT consultancies, software houses and specialist web design agencies.
Alternatively, (and still doing the same job) you can work within an organization’s IT department. Within the latter, of course, you will only be working on your company’s needs whereas in the former you’ll gain experience on hundreds of different types of sites and for all types of target audiences.
Your normal progression will be to become a senior or principal web designer/developer or there is always the option of going self-employed if you feel this is for you.
Salaries range from about £18,000 to £40,000 plus. However, where you may be working on a large consumer brand with huge budgets you may find your salary much higher. As a freelancer, you could be looking at upwards of £200+ per day.
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