Web Designer & Developer Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Web Designer & Developer?

May 2015
"Still in progress.."
Web Designer & Developer:
Being in this field can be very stressful, after eight years I'm still looking for better opportunities but with my exp comes the job interviews much easier so keep trying and don't give up and always keep trying to learn new things in the field, When I started I only knew css / html and now I've self tough myself php / mysql / jquery / sass / less / etc etc always dedicate time to learning as its a part of your job! Best of luck. D.
July 2015
"About me."
Web Designer & Developer:
Pros: Developing and building websites.
Cons: Being in one problem for a week.
October 2015
Web Designer & Developer:
Pros: I like creative works, the job doesn't bore me. I love my job and everyday I learn new things and do something new.
Cons: People in higher position, don't allow us to go out of box and give less time for the creativity.
December 2015
"Learn how to develop."
Web Designer & Developer:
Learn how to be both a good designer and developer. This will take you a lot further than just learning one or the other.
December 2015
Web Designer & Developer:
Pros: New challenges, Ability to learn.
Cons: Working hours, lack of communication,
December 2015
"Management of tasks."
Web Designer & Developer:
Pros: Its quite interesting to work with project stake holders. Discussions and decision making ability.
Cons: Requirement doesn't fixed and its changed run time while development.
December 2015
"Never stop studying."
Web Designer & Developer:
Programming languages always have something new to teach you, and you need to be sharp. If you are not programming, read a programming book, buy an online course... Improve your skills! If you think you've learned all you can from an specific programming language, start learning a new one.
Get a personalized salary report!
How it works:
Enter city & years of experience
Add pay factors like skills & education
Find your market worth with a report tailored to you
United States (change)