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Each aspect of web design has its strengths.

The Net serves people of all ages, each with different needs. People are just beginning to realize just how powerful it can be. I can see many sites increasing the functionality through code development. It is a natural progression from where we are now.

However, the number of people who use the internet for entertainment purposes is awfully high.

I don't think that it will bring home as large of a paycheck, but staying versatile may be more satisfying. A little added pride in seeing a project evolve in your hands, perhaps.

- Big K

In reply to Re: Web Developers vs. Web Designers by Big K
in thread Web Developers vs. Web Designers by Sherlock

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