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What type of work environment would a Web Designer encounter

Asked Iowa City, Iowa

1: what typical hours would be involved
2: a lot of traveling
3: would i require to relocate
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Rod’s Answer

Updated United Kingdom

Working in Web Design is a great choice. There are many ways to contribute and many ways that the work get done. So easier questions first:

  • Web design work is available every where so no relocation is necessary but on the other hand if you want to relocate you can.
  • Normally there is not much travelling until you get into a senior position and need to visit clients.

The environment:

You can work by yourself as a freelancer, in a web design company or as part of a big team in a multinational company. I suggest you start your working career in a smallish web design company where you will get the chance to try your hand on a wide range of skills. In the UK most people start in web design after going to university.

Tejas’s Answer

Hello Trevor,

<span style="color: rgb(51, 51, 51);">Typically, web designer will spend most of their working day on a computer, this allows a certain freedom to the web designers work from home. </span>

<span style="color: rgb(93, 103, 106);">1: what typical hours would be involved : This is very relative question but typically 40 hours per week. Sometimes, you may have to work long hours to solve critical problems or meet deadlines. You have to w</span>ork in a moderately competitive atmosphere in which project deadlines must be met.

<span style="color: rgb(93, 103, 106);">2: a lot of traveling: There is no traveling involved here; many companies provide work from home / remote working option too. </span>

<span style="color: rgb(93, 103, 106);">3: would i require to relocate: Ideally no, but to get better opportunities you may think to relocate. </span>

<span style="color: rgb(93, 103, 106);">Web designer requires low to medium interaction with team members; mostly communication happens via telephone or group chat. Good Luck!</span>