The Web Design Meetup is an open floor forum for people with Web-related problems or interests. No matter what your background or skill level, amateur or expert, freelancer, entrepreneur, developer, or other, you're welcome to attend!

Attendance is usually diverse and mixed. Ticker topics are set in advance to spur ideas. The format for the regular monthly meetup is always "open floor". People should feel at ease to raise issues that concern them and ask for help. Contributions are completely voluntary. The most important contribution you can make is leading a discussion or offering a tutorial.

So whether you're a designer with a Web business, a businessperson with a site, or a novice with technical questions, please come on out and join us. No doubt you'll find someone here who can respond.

[i]A personal note: Web designers and developers are invited to participate at all levels. So go ahead and join the group if your interest is in finding potential clients and skill resources. Just have some enthusiasm for the tech, or you want to participate as meeting moderators or as an assistant organizer? It's your ballgame, I'm just here to coach. [i]




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  • Pepper Oldziey founded The Raleigh-Durham Web Design Group

    on January 22


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The Raleigh-Durham Web Design Group
Founded Jan 22, 2003

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