posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 02:35 PM
reply to post by Skyfloating
Nice the idears about new websites. The tip from me to you is:
It is not that hard to learn basic HTML and when you like getting into that after giving it a try (!) then you will automaticly get the desire to
learn more and try other (maybe) more complicated programming languages. I did it that way and it saved me lots and lots of money and discussion
getting my idears over to other designers.
here are some tips to get started, and the courses are all for free:
Then there are very 'easy to use' programs like Dreamweaver and so on, however they are very expencive for a starter. But.. On the Adobe website are
'30 day trials' for download. These programs helped me a lot to get more and more into it.
Thats how I started learning (basic) webdesign and now I work as the only female in the IT team for an international company, without having a degree,
just by doint it and learning it my self by (diciplined!!) training and interest
Ps. for simple questions you can always send me a u2u
*edit to fix link, lol..!
[edit on 26-9-2008 by Storm_Indigochild]