Most of today’s best web designers and developers learned their skills from non-formal sources, including from books and other websites.
There are plenty of tutorials on the internet that will help you get started with developing your own website. It is also easy to find online forums and discussion boards where designers and developers share tricks and trade secrets. The best sources of web design knowledge, however, are libraries.
According to studies complied by the University of Southern California and its online library science program, around 300 million people use libraries across the United States every year. Libraries are also more modern than you may imagine, with the latest titles and digital books being added to their archives. You’ll be surprised by how much relevant information you can find from a single visit to the library.
Other interesting facts about libraries in today’s modern world can be found in the Librarians in the Digital Age infographic below.
This infographic was created by the University of Southern California.