It has become a truism of the modern internet that design matters. There is a large spectrum of skills that are necessary to make effective websites and there are many aspects to web development far beyond learning the basics such as HTML.
If you are a kind of do-it-yourself business owner, there are several problems you will definitely face. First off, it will be tough figuring out where to begin. it might look easy from the outside, but after you start getting into it and looking into how to do it right, you’ll soon realize that you’re way in over your head. You will have to look up every single task and how to make it happen with your own website, which is a nightmare. Something as simple as creating a link will be tough for you. If you get it wrong, chances are that you won’t know how to fix it. So it becomes a must for you to look into the market and decide which solution is best for your business - is it a professional web designers+developers or being an amateur?
Webydo is providing you a comprehensive infographic that portrays the role of professionals vs amateurs in the current web design market.
Web Design Industry Analysis: Professionals vs. Amateurs
According to webydo, we have the professional duo, consisting of designer and developer, together accounting for 74% of all websites, with 16 million websites added to the web monthly, and it's observed that the do-it-yourselfers (amateurs) are responsible for the creation of a small percentage of 3% of all websites. This percentage could be higher, yet amateurs fail in 98 of 100 cases to actually publish their websites on domain.
How The Job and Budget is Shared?
The designer is concerned on how the site look and how people interact with it. He/she design the web page layout and often includes the graphical elements on a page. The design can be developed using a graphics program such as Adobe Photoshop, Macromedia Fireworks, Corel Draw etc and provides the framework for the look and feel of a web page. Then he later hand over the job to the developer.
See the infographic below, and have fun!
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