Web Design Degree - Online and Campus Programs

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The Internet is evolving into a primary venue for commerce, communication, and entertainment. Web designers use multimedia tools to present information and enable interaction online. It takes a skilled Web graphic designer to combine images, animation, words, and layout in an effective website design.

Web Design Degrees and Programs

Web design degree programs help you develop the creative and technical skills to launch a career in Web graphic designing. Learn to use design technology such as Dreamweaver, Frontpage, Photoshop, and Flash. Programs also focus on:
  • SEO and Internet marketing
  • E-commerce Web site development
  • Web accessibility
  • User experience or interactive design
Most Web designers launch their careers with an associate or bachelor's degree in Web design or graphic design. Web design certificate programs help designers update their skills and secure more job opportunities. These targeted training courses are especially useful for professionals who already have a college degree but lack the technical skills for Web designing.

What to Know About Web Design Careers

Web design is the fastest-growing graphic design specialty, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Overall, graphic designers can expect 13 percent job growth from 2008 to 2018, about as fast as average for all U.S. occupations. Graphic designers, including Web designers, earned a median annual wage of $46,750 in 2008. Web graphic designers will experience higher demand than other graphic design professionals: Individuals with Web site design and animation experience will have the best opportunities.