With the rise of mobile, designers are more and more likely to be in the business of designing websites, but what do they really know about how websites work?

According to a recent survey by UX Design, a professional web design and development organization, the answer is a resounding yes.

“A lot of designers have no experience with web design,” says Javi Barba, a senior editor at UX Design.

“It’s just a bunch of theory.”

Barba was joined by UX Designer Lauren R. Davis, who is also an UX designer and consultant.

Both Davis and Barba shared their thoughts on the best designers in the field.

“The most successful designers are people who know the fundamentals,” Davis says.

“They’re really smart and know the ins and outs of what goes on in a website.”

And they’re able to leverage that knowledge to make websites their own.

“Most people have no idea how a web design works,” Davis points out.

“And that’s not just me.

I think there’s this notion that web design is this easy thing, but in reality, it’s a lot of work.

It takes a lot to put something together, and it takes a long time to learn how to do it right.”

Davis says she’s found that most designers are not interested in making money from their work, but rather they want to help others.

“If you think of the Internet, it used to be about creating amazing sites and then giving back to people and helping others,” Davis explains.

“That’s really what we’re trying to do here.”

Davis and her colleagues at UX Designer surveyed a group of more than 1,000 UX designers and found that 90 percent of them have no previous experience with designing websites.

The survey was taken over a period of two years and involved a series of questions that asked designers to discuss their experiences with the web, and then rate how they felt about it.

In their answer, most respondents gave the most favorable rating to people who are “extremely familiar with how the Web works.”

This is especially true of designers who are familiar with the basics of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

They were also more likely than those who were not designers to rate the experience of designing a website as “extremely enjoyable.”

They were far less likely to rate it as “excellent.”

UX Designer Jason A. Jones and his team at UX Development have seen a similar trend.

“We see people who’ve been in the industry for a while coming in to the field, and they’re looking for an easy-to-follow, easy- to-read guide to how to design websites,” Jones says.

They wanted to understand the fundamentals of web design to be able to get a better handle on the process.

“People are really into making websites,” he adds.

“So if you can be a bit more creative, you’re going to get more traffic, and you’re more likely get more visitors.”

Jones believes that a lot goes into creating a great website, but he also sees designers who have no prior experience in web design as having a great chance of succeeding.

“I think people with no previous design experience are going to have a lot more success because they know how to use their creativity and know how best to use those tools,” he says.

UX Design’s survey was not the only one to take a look at how designers think about websites.

“There’s a new study that asked people to think about how they design websites and the results are pretty interesting,” Davis notes.

The research was done by Kino Design and used a series that included five questions that included “How do you think websites should look?”

“How should websites be organized?”

“What does a website look like?”

“Do you have to include content or a link to a website?”

“Can you use colors to make a website unique?”

“Why would you use a link on a website if it was not relevant to the content?”

“Are there visual elements or visual elements that are not necessary?”

The questions were put to about 200 people across five continents.

The results were pretty encouraging, according to Davis.

“Lots of designers were able to come up with some pretty cool ideas,” she says.

Davis also points out that designers can learn a lot from their peers who have had similar experiences.

“One of the things that people don’t know about designers is that they actually learn a ton from their mentors,” she explains.

She says this is because designers are always looking to learn and improve.

“You get to work with people who have a good background and know what they’re doing,” Davis adds.

For Davis, it was clear that even though her experience in the web design industry was limited, she was able to find a lot that helped her in the process of creating a website.

“Some of the stuff I learned is really helpful in making websites look good,” she notes.

“Other stuff I found is really