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Part I: Preparations > Build a Web Team or Go It Alone

Chapter 2. Build a Web Team or Go It Alone

In This Chapter

  • Evaluating what you need to do it yourself

  • Knowing who can help

  • Giving the reins to the client

Web design projects require a blend of skills. The unique blend of creative and technological requirements means that an aspect of Web design and development draws on skills you've used in other positions — or on skills you don't necessarily consider your strengths. The most effective Web professionals are those who know how to leverage their own personal skills and talents and find others who can fill in any skill gaps. Specializing in what you're good at and aligning yourself with others who share your work philosophies enables you to build long‐term relationships with those who can work with you to get the job done — whether you go it alone or are part of a team. This chapter covers both scenarios to help you decide which route is the best for you.


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