How Web Designers Can Keep Up with Job Market Transformations

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A recent study from Edelman Intelligence has found an interesting fact. It claims freelancers are already feeling the impact of the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already impacting jobs in most industry sectors. Other innovative technologies are affecting web design work. Thereby, they are influencing freelancers as well.

Freelancers have become quite adept at proactively upgrading their skills. They do this far more than members of the traditional workforce. But not all freelancers are doing so. If you fall into this category, here is how you can not only keep up, but remain at the top of your profession.

Kick Off Your Projects with Pre-built Websites

Keeping up with the latest industry trends doesn’t have to be all that difficult. This is when you can rely, to some degree, on the efforts of others.

Using pre-built websites is one way to keep pace with the latest design trends. Each of Be Theme’s selection of 300+ customizable pre-built websites can be adapted to meet your needs. They can do so within hours and without any requirement for coding on your part.

These themes feature clean layouts and graphics and offer unsurpassed speed and performance. You can install any or all of them with a 1-click installer, as demonstrated in this cool, 40-second video.

Popular Be Theme Pre-Built Websites

Here’s a sampling of Be Theme pre-built websites. By clicking on the hyperlinks, you’ll get an awareness of how much easier they can make your workflow.

At the same time, they are giving you the opportunity to put into practice the latest web design trends.

Be Salmon

Any website intended for a food-oriented business should feature large images, just like those in this example. This should be done in order to entice visitors to investigate further or make a purchase.

The interactive menu guides visitors toward a call to action. A section on customer testimonials helps to seal the deal.


The best thing that can be said about many small business websites is that they’re dull and uninspiring. That certainly won’t be the case when bold, professional images like this (including before and after images) are the new normal. The price listing for services feature of this pre-built website is another must-have.


This pre-built website lays the foundation for an award-winning events and meetings website. The content addresses the what, where, when, and why of events and meetings using a standard menu, and eye-catching countdown clock and a clean design.


One thing professional designers need to know is who the audience is. Here, the soft design and luxurious imagery emphasizing services and products leads visitors to the integrated eShop.


This pre-built website provides another example of basing a design on who the audience is. In this case, the bold imagery, color combinations, and intuitive icons help guide the visitor to the integrated eShop.

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