I'm a full-stack web developer so I know how to handle the design of a website, but most of the time I let the designers at work to deal with it, it's easier for my workload when I only have to implement their templates.
I'm trying to learn more about it since I'd love to be able to do more myself rather than having to outsource it. I think it's a fantastic skill to have, particularly if you are someone who likes to move around. Web design is a portable career!
I have no experience on web designing but I am interested to learn. I don't have knowledge on programming. I find it difficult to understand. I have been reading books about programming but when it comes to application, I failed.
As for me, not really. But I did take courses before regarding HTML and PHP. I heard it's much easier nowadays because of the CRMs available on the market like WordPress, Wix, and such. I'm willing to learn these kinds of stuff hence the reason why I am here.
Well, I've created, retouched and producing sites and helped some colleagues we were in the same institute with. Lately, online/web avancement have enables people to create websites for their own in simple ways without even coding and that's one reason I'm thinking why web-design is back-flowing market wise.