Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs
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Web Design Industry Analysis - Professionals vs. Amateurs

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The web design industry is rapidly changing, and the evolution of website builders and how web designers are managing their projects from start to finish. This new era of the DIY website builders has opened the door for amateurs or non-professionals to attempt their hand at creating and publishing websites. This allows them to save on both time and money, as they no longer require a developer. However, the mass majority of these sites never make it to the final production round. Web designers are still left with two options resort to using such amateur tools or to hire a developer, or so the tradition has stood until now.

The infographic below portrays the role of professionals vs. amateurs in the current web design market and how there is a new emerging sector for the pro designers to take the lead.

Now, a third segment has emerged, disrupting the website design market - an independent B2B solution for professional designers wishing to create advanced websites for their clients, with custom tailored designs. Webydo is leading the way in this arena, and as we press forward, we will begin to see an even greater shift of web and graphic designers utilizing platforms like Webydo and Adobe Muse to take complete ownership of their projects, client management and personal designers from start to finish.

The moto, by designers, for designers, is here to stay.

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