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JohnnyBoi says

Hello People. I was just thinking and doing reaserch and got mixed opinions on this topic and I would like to know what people on TF think. Will there always be demand for web designers in the future 5 10 even 15 years from now? or should I worry?. I love it and dont want to do anything elese.

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pixelgrade says

As long as there is a web there will be a need for web designers. We may not be doing things like we do them today but design will never die, it will only have other problems to solve.

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Jaynesh says

I think the demand will increase. I also have a feeling that future mobile devices will be powered by HTML5.

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bakircius says

There are many people leading web development here TF. I learned a lot from them. They are producing today’s web and i believe they will produce tomorrow’s.

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dmsumon says

I think the demand will increase. I also have a feeling that future mobile devices will be powered by HTML5.

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dmsumon says

As long as there is a web there will be a need for web designers. We may not be doing things like we do them today but design will never die, it will only have other problems to solve.

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JohnnyBoi says

These are great answers Thank you

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Bedros says

The future of the web will be programs like AdobeMuse (I know it doesn’t sound good, sad but true).
No Code , just design.

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JohnnyBoi says

Whats the difference between Muse and other no code drag and drop type sites that have been around for years.

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tinyamasisurum0 says

The future of the web will be programs like AdobeMuse (I know it doesn’t sound good, sad but true).
No Code , just design.
That was always a choice since internet has grown. But it has not been a mainstream way for web projects.

We web designers are making choices and we are determining the future of web design. I think future of web design is javascript. All tools frameworks etc. meet at the point of Javascript. (Node, Grunt, handlebars, yeoman, bower… ) All meeting point is javascript.

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