A good web design team can make your brand stand out, but it also requires a strong understanding of the market.

If you’re looking to become a web designer, you can’t ignore the importance of making sure your team has the technical know-how and the technical skills to work in an online marketplace.

The Web Design Industry Salary Survey 2018 released on Tuesday shows that the industry is worth more than $5.4 trillion, with nearly 1.2 million web design jobs in the U.S. According to the survey, the median salary for a web professional is $70,000, and the median annual salary is $150,000.

But how do you get that salary?

Let’s dive into the top 5 tips to get your web design gig.


Find the right fit with a strong track record of work and customer experience.

The most common question we get when we first interview candidates is, “What’s your past work experience?”

We’ve talked about the importance and value of experience in the past, but there’s more to it than that.

A strong track-record of customer service, a great resume and a great project can all help you to stand out from the crowd.

Here are the five best ways to build a web portfolio that is a match for your resume and experience.