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  • Tips for Estimating Web Development Projects

    The first question web development clients often ask is "how much will my web design cost?" That can be a hard question to answer since web development projects can be very involved. This article offers tips on how to provide accurate web...
    By Haley Montgomery July 7, 2011 

  • Webmaster Certification

    Webmaster. Sounds like someone who taught Spiderman. And if there weren't such a thing as the internet, that explanation would suffice . But the thousands of companies, organizations, and individuals who want to tap into what the internet offers have...
    By o2binla July 5, 2011 

  • What Programming Languages Should Web Designers Know?

    In addition to creating new sites for many different clients, Web designers may inherit older sites that have been built using a variety of different programming tools. Here are seven programming languages and a protocol that any working web designer...
    By Finn Orfano July 5, 2011 


  • Strayer University Web Development Bachelor's Degree

    So you want to work in web design? There are colleges that offer web design programs and there are universities that offer degrees in web design. Is Strayer University a good choice?
    By Summer Banks June 30, 2011 

  • Web Designers and Social Networking

    Social networking can help web designers promote themselves, find business contacts and keep up to date on current technology. It can be done online or offline, regardless of your experience or education. Here is some information to help you understand...
    By Sheila Robinson June 30, 2011 

  • Web Development Jobs: Corporate Blogger

    This article provides a description and overview of the website development job requirements of a corporate blogger. The increasing marketing value for corporate blogs manned by writers with programming experience makes this web development job an important...
    By Haley Montgomery June 30, 2011 


  • The Pros and Cons of URL Shortening

    URL shorteners have been around since tinyurl.com opened its doors in 2002, and they certainly have some clear uses. But there are valid arguments against shortening URLs as well.
    By sherisaid June 30, 2011 

  • The Art Institutes: Interactive Media and Web Design A.S. Program

    The Art Institutes offer a great Associate Degree program for those who are interested in a formal education surrounding web design and web development. Check this out to find out more about the program.
    By Lucinda Watrous June 30, 2011 

  • Tips for a Winning Portfolio

    Want to make your portfolio shine so that you will land more jobs? Read this article for some tips!
    By Marce June 30, 2011 

  • Exploring Web Development Careers – The Freelance Web Programmer

    A career as a freelance web programmer can be a rewarding, challenging and competitive. There is a constant need for new web applications due to changing technology and dynamic nature of the Internet. Is it for you? An overview of this web development...
    By Sheila Robinson June 30, 2011 
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