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Which online test should I take or any method to know, how much knowledge I acquire as web designer?


1. Practical knowledge


2.theoretical knowledge.

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closed as not a real question by Su', danlefree May 23 '12 at 23:39

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The best test is to make a website. I didn't see a url in your profile so start creating a website for yourself.

Start with a design you created in a graphics application. Code the HTML, add the CSS (bonus points if you use responsive design), add some javascript to make it a bit interactive. If you also know a server-side language then add features so you can easily add and update pages, upload new pictures/documents, have a contact form that sends an email.

If you get stuck somewhere search for a solution and you will learn your shortcomings automatically and solve them at the same time.

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Thank you. However, I should had asked "how do I know, that how much I have fared as a web designer in terms of web designing trends"? – jitendra111 May 23 '12 at 18:41
The trends change almost every day. You will never stop learning. Just make a website and ask people for feedback. – ZippyV May 23 '12 at 18:55

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