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Thread: What is the best way to start looking for a web designer?

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    What is the best way to start looking for a web designer?

    Im looking to design a website for a business I am starting, call it social gathering for now but I dont know where to start - internet, word of mouth, research blogs, web design specific sites? etc

    Would like to find someone who is willing to break traditional norms in design but man its tuff to know which path to take he. Any help would be MUCH appriciated.

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    If you are looking for a best company in web design industry then search them in internet,lots of companies are saturated which is best.

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    Best way to start looking for web designer are:

    - Research more about web designing latest trends and companies providing these services.
    - Choose best CMC which provide maximum profit to you.
    - Search engine friendly.
    - Firstly have a pictorial documentation of your theme design

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    If you are looking for the Freelancer then can check out on any internet, but if you are actually looking a full timer then can check out on any jobs sites or the best can be Linkedin.

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    Search for more web designing trends. Make it and showcase it in your portfolio.

    This is a good way to start.

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    Find an interactive agency and be sure to check portfolio. Do they realize projects that you enjoy?

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    I recently design my companies website from Florida website design company.Its really attractive and having a nice interface.

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    While choosing a web designer,check with the experience and past projects of that designer.

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    Check the design of the company website which they design for you check the portfolio also

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    If you are looking forward to hire any freelancer you can go to freelancer.com, elance.com or guru.com, i have seen some very good designers some designers they believe in thinking out of the box.

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    I highly recommend that you research the AGILE development process. Then find a development team who practices AGILE. This will take away most, if not all, of the anxiety associated with your project because you and your development team will have clear stories about what you are trying to achieve, and you can rest assured that you will be an integral part of your project. Too many times you can higher a cheap freelancing agency who will give you a product that they assumed you wanted, but doesn't end up the way you envisioned. Often times, your vision will change as the project progresses, and this can be costly and irritating with less agile development teams. However, the agile development process is design to gracefully handle change and develop a product that the user truly approves. If you are a beginner there are two things you can be assured of: there will never be enough time, and there will never be enough money. So instead of wasting effort trying to write a complete specification of your idea at the beginning of a project and letting a team run with it, find a team that will develop your project incrementally, and offer you working software at each milestone. This way you can always pick up where your last development cycle left off, and you'll be sure that you've started with the most important features that your app requires. You'll be surprised how flexible and supportive your users will be if you offer a good enough service and listen to their suggestions as you go. They may even want features that you didn't feel were important to start.

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    See if there are any relevant users' groups or meet-up groups in your area. If so, attend some of them and start networking with people there who may have the skills you need, while you get to find out in person what they are like and if you think you can work well with them.
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    Hay from last 11+ years. We design a best websites and we have a team for highly experienced web designers, all are work with full of dedication and work according to client instructions

    We started our carrier as an web designers

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    Check on freelancing sites and go through their profile, check their ratings and must read the reviews. You will be able to find a good freelancer and be able to get the job done which will meet all your requirements at a lesser price.
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    Communication is highly important. Open dialog with potential web developers first. This way you can discuss ideas, express goals, and how to achieve them.
    A good web developer should have experience, knowledge, good communication skills, and great problem solving skills.

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