The big websites have a reputation for being more polished and professional than the smaller ones, but do you really need to be a designer to create something for the world’s most valuable websites?

According to a new survey, the answer is yes, but only if you’re prepared to invest a lot of time and effort.

It’s called the Digital Design Institute’s Digital Design Experience, and it aims to identify which websites should be considered the best, based on the following criteria:1.

Designers must have at least five years of experience with design2.

The websites should provide a clear and cohesive design3.

The designers should be professional, have a solid background in design and experience in other areas such as website design4.

The designs should be visually appealing and fun to use (and be able to use it for an extended period of time)5.

The design should be free to use and share (it should be as simple as possible, but not impossible to learn and use)6.

The website should have good user experience7.

The sites should have a strong social presence8.

The site should be a reliable source of relevant content9.

The pages should be well organized, well-written and should be easily accessible.

These criteria should be broadly considered to be “professional,” “well-thought out” and “useful,” the institute said in its report, which was released Thursday.

“While designers have always been the most influential in shaping the digital world, the emphasis on professional designers has increased in recent years, and they’re the ones most at risk of losing their job in a digital shift,” it said.

“However, it is important to remember that all of these factors must be weighed against the value of the designs themselves.

For many designers, their job depends on creating content that will be easy to access, fun to read and share, and that people will want to use.

This means they need to work harder than ever to create the products that will make this happen.”

For the first time, the institute also included the number of employees who make up a design team.

The survey found that the number has declined, with fewer than one-quarter of all companies in the U.S. reporting a design design team of five or more.

The percentage of websites with at least two design teams fell from 23 percent in 2014 to 20 percent in 2016, according to the institute.

“As more and more designers become employees, their roles are shifting away from designing products and toward building websites,” the report says.

“This trend is creating an increasingly difficult environment for designers who are faced with new challenges and unfamiliar technology.”

“Designers should have the ability to design websites in a way that makes sense for the target audience,” the study adds.

“It’s important to realize that design should not be a one-size-fits-all, but should be something that can be tailored to each individual’s needs and needs in their particular situation.

If you have a design that meets the needs of all people, then you can expect that to be successful.”

The institute, which surveyed nearly 4,000 designers across more than 50 countries, found that 80 percent of the respondents said that they were working with a team of two or more designers, and more than half of the designers said that it was harder to find a job in the design industry in 2017 than in 2016.

“There is a growing trend of designers leaving their own companies to work on a variety of projects, and this has resulted in fewer and fewer designers remaining in the field,” the survey states.

“For many, the shift away from design and into the field of web development has created a number of challenges for them, which they often feel as a loss of control and a lack of direction.

While this can lead to frustration and frustration, it can also result in many great projects that are created and shared with the world.”

While designers in the United States tend to be more likely to be male, female and underrepresented, the report found that women have a higher proportion of the industry than men, and have been at the forefront of the shift.

“The growing number of women designers and developers working in the industry is an important trend in a world where technology is increasingly affecting the way that people live their lives,” it says.

“Women are working to improve the lives of billions of people worldwide every day, and to do so in ways that make their lives better.”

The report also noted that the vast majority of people surveyed (90 percent) said they are satisfied with the quality of their website design.