OK, I’ve written about this topic extensively for film and video. And you know what? The principles are the same for web design.
The City of Williamsburg‘s Economic Development group used to offer small businesses an economic incentive to creating websites. However, this program and one like it in James City County seem to have given way to other programs, probably with the emergence of DIY and other cost-saving technology.
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Every year about this time, I get a slew of emails and phone calls from students looking to get a job in video and film production, which is a big part of how I make my living, and has been for 30 years.
I have to say, the video and film world hasn’t changed much over the year in terms of how you break in — this despite an ever-increasing number of video and film undergrad and graduate programs.
Few of us can afford to hire someone full-time these days, plus we’d be reluctant to hire an untried worker. Once, I hired someone for the summer who ended up falling asleep during an interview. Yes, it was hot; yes, the interview was long.