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Webmaster

An employee or independent contractor who manages the website of a company or organization. This may involve managing content, such as editing and updating information, or it may involve more technical aspects, such as coding.
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He made the decision to become a full-time freelance web designer when part-time projects are more and more demanding.
THE TRAINING Formal qualifications are not always necessary to secure a job as a web designer, especially if you already have experience and can demonstrate creativity.
Web designers use their creativity and technical skills to build or redesign websites.
Mark Boulton, of Penarth firm Mark Boulton Design, has been voted by .net magazine as one of the world's top 20 web designers
That's why many distance education departments and corporate executives turn to Web designers to develop courses to train their students and employees.
Logowheels designer Dave Durrant (right) with web designer Alan Hartin, whose firm is helping with the marketing of the new product, and the badges.
The product-line up has also been revamped, introducing a new Web Designer software range for professionals alongside the original Self-Builder family for merchants wanting to go it alone.
Otherwise, hire a professional Web designer or use an online store-building service.
It has been said that if you find a good web designer, you will also find someone who can't spell!
--"Jonny," a 32-year-old Web designer who's bad "several dozen" male sex partners, as quoted in the article "Straight, With an Asterisk," in the December 6 issue of New York magazine
Mason City Schools Public Information Officer Shelly Hausman says the district used a Web designer initially, and is revamping the tour with panoramic views.
You don't have to be a professional Web designer or developer to use Macromedia's Studio MX 2004, which now includes new versions of Dreamweaver, Flash, Fireworks, FreeHand MX, and a developer's version of Cold Fusion MX (Windows only).