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If you are a beginner web designer, you probably don’t know where your path lies, and you don’t know what to do first. But don’t worry, because we will teach you the top 10 tips to learn web design as quickly as a cheetah.

1. Set Goals & Milestones

If you want to become successful, every step you take towards financial freedom must be planned beforehand.

Here’s how to plan your road to success:

  1. Think of your BIGGEST goal
  2. List a bunch of other goals you need to achieve in order to get to that big goal.
  3. Put different milestones between your goals to make sure that you actually know what to do.

For example: If your major goal is to retire your parents, and the first goal is to get a client, some milestones could be: get 100 followers; build a website; create your portfolio, etc.

2. Online Courses

It’s almost impossible to achieve success on your own, You need proper guidance to make sure that you understand basic principles and don’t mess up.

Most people usually find this guidance in online courses or 1-on-1 mentorships. Which one you choose depends on your budget and preferences.

Many people think that getting help from someone else is shameful, when it really isn’t.  Many of our team experts started off with a course, and now years later, they’re better than 95% of all web designers in the world.

3. Practice Daily

Practice makes perfect. We all know it, but nobody acts on it. Business is not a game, so stop treating it like it is.

You need to think of business as a job, but 10x harder. You are going to need to work every day, for long hours until you finally make it, after years of doing the same thing.

You must practice daily, whether that is designing a landing page, or fully building a website. It doesn’t matter. You just need to practice so you can become the best.

4. Learn from others

There are numerous other web designers who are masters at your skill. There are some of you who hate them because they might be a little bit too arrogant, but you need to understand that there are things you can learn from each of them.

Instead of hating them, learn from them. See how they reach out to their prospects. See how they talk & write. See how they design their client’s websites, what apps they use, etc. If you start focusing on the good side of people instead of the bad, you will learn a lot of lessons that are beneficial to you not only when it comes to business, but also life.

5. Learn about the color theory

As childish as it may seem, colors can make or break a website. Different colors can project many feelings to customers. Learning the meaning of various colors and color themes can help you with getting your clients better results. A good tool you can use to help you understand colors better and efficiently use them is ChatGPT.

6. Learn to Code

There are currently countless different website builders, all with features of their own. This has led to many people skipping the traditional website-building way, and just following a minimalist template that everyone else uses.

But this is also a good thing for you. There aren’t many people who are learning Web Development so they can sell it as a service. This gives you a chance to take over the market, since there is little to no competition.

If you learn to develop websites from scratch, you will see your creativity take off like never before, and your websites will look better than ANYONE else’s. If you don’t take advantage of this opportunity, someone else will.

7. Understand Search Engine Optimization(SEO)

The point of a website is so it can be visible to the internet and people can purchase a product from it. But what’s the point of a website if it ends up on the 7th page of Google Search?

That’s why you must understand what SEO is. The good part is that it doesn’t take that long. Especially with AI, you can now use ChatGPT to learn it in less than an hour.

If you master SEO it will give you an advantage in comparison to everyone else, so you should make it a top priority of yours.

8. Remove Social Media

From now on, you shouldn’t go on Social Media unless it is an important part of your business. Every Social Media platform’s only purpose is to keep you instilled in it so you keep consuming its content. That’s how they make money.

Why would you waste your time on Social Media when you could very well use that time to perfect your skills?

This small step will make your life a whole lot better in every aspect, so don’t neglect it.

9. Become a Disciplined Individual

The man who does what he’s supposed to do no matter what he feels like will always beat the man who does what he’s supposed to do when he feels like doing it.

You need to quit motivation. Not only does it last for a very short period of time, but it also completely ruins your work ethic, because you’re constantly seeking that urge of motivation to start working on your business.

If you rely on motivation you will not be able to satisfy a client, simply because you never fulfill the promises you make to them, which leaves a bad shadow on you for the entirety of your future.

10. Use Social Media to Your Advantage

2 steps ago, we told you that you should never use Social Media, unless you use it for your business. This is because if usen correctly, Social Media can become the most powerful tool in your arsenal. The way you do this is by becoming a creator, instead of staying a cosumer.

Here are some benefits of using social media to your advantage:

  • You build a new audience
  • You become a known brand in your niche
  • Your clients trust you more
  • You get access to many other ways of making money

Congratulations! You have finally finished reading this post. These 10 tips are valuable, but their value doesn’t matter if you don’t put the work in.

We’re all rooting for you. Don’t Quit.

Disclaimer: This blog post is intended solely for informational purposes and does not provide any guarantees or assurances regarding specific outcomes.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Setting goals provides a clear roadmap to success, helping you achieve financial freedom. Also, having a clear image of how you want your future to be helps with staying on track, even in the hardest times.

Yes, online courses can be extremely beneficial for beginners in web design. They provide structured learning, guidance, and access to valuable resources that can accelerate your learning process.  Many successful web designers on our team started with courses, paving the way for their expertise, and so can you.

Daily practice is crucial for honing your skills and staying ahead in the competition. It allows you to explore new techniques, improve your efficiency, and build a strong portfolio.

Start by identifying your biggest goal, whether it’s mastering a specific skill or achieving a milestone in your career. Then, break it down into smaller, achievable goals that lead you closer to your ultimate objective.

Learning from experienced professionals in the field can provide valuable insights and inspiration. Here’s how you do it:

  • Study their methods
  • Analyze their designs
  • Adapt their strategies to enhance your own skills.

Color theory plays a significant role in influencing user perception and emotions on a website. By understanding color psychology and schemes, you can create visually appealing and effective designs for your clients.

Learning to code gives you greater control and flexibility in creating unique and customized websites. It sets you apart from competitors and allows you to unleash your creativity without limitations imposed by templates.

SEO ensures that your website ranks higher in search engine results, driving organic traffic and increasing visibility. Mastering SEO techniques can significantly enhance your online presence and attract more clients.

Eliminating distractions such as non-business-related social media apps helps you stay focused and productive. It allows you to allocate more time and energy towards improving your web design skills and making relationships with prospects, instead of other consumers.

Yes, when used strategically, social media can be a powerful tool for:

  • Networking
  • Showcasing your work
  • Attracting potential clients

It allows you to become an authoritative and well-known brand in the web design niche, helping you connect with a wider audience.

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