Perhaps you own your own business which has nothing to do with web design. If so, you already understand the value of web design skills. This is because you've probably spent a pretty penny on designers to design your site for you, as well as to maintain it.
Each time you want to announce news, a new product, or any other topic on your website, you have to contact your web designer, and write another check.
Why not learn those skills yourself? Why not design, maintain and update your own company website?
Not enough people who consider themselves "non-tech-savvy" are taking advantage of online courses which could save their companies thousands of dollars. Intensive online courses in Dreamweaver and other web design editing and management tools are quick and affordable, and allow learners to go at their own pace.
Some online courses include online classrooms, which include threaded messaging systems through which students may interact with each other. Each class, instructors post lectures and reading material, as well as hands-on activities such as simulations and website design practice tasks for students to complete on their own. If you run into problems, the discussion forums are a great space for discussing topics, beyond communication with the instructor.
LMS web design courses often have no specific meeting time, which allow learners to attend class according to their own free time. However, combined with the threaded forum format, interaction with other participants and online support are still possible.
Consider an introductory web design class hosted on an LMS platform. Designing your own beautiful website may be the first step to reaching your organizational goals and cutting out large costs.
Source by Robin L. Green