Do you consider yourself to be a Web Designer or a Web Developer? If you 'create' websites, what do you call yourself? A common misconception nowadays is that if you have created a page in frontpage you know how to make websites. Is this valid? I don't know! I refute the term web designer for what I do, a designer designs things, they don't make them. They think "this would look pretty with that" and that's pretty much the end of it. I would term myself as a web developer, I don't simply design a site, I have process driven development. Sites that we design & develop start with a requirements stage, then a design stage, then a development stage, followed by a presentation stage and ended with a sign off stage. Is this simply a design of a website? No, of course not, it is a creation from conception, through design and ultimately ending in release. The point of this (which perhaps I should have started with) is simply that people who are genuinely good at creating sites and their content sometimes sell themselves short by using a term that has been coined from others. If a bin man can be a 'refuse logistics operator' then why the hell can't you tart up your own title and make it reflect what you really do?