Provides statistics on Internet use in the Hispanic world and how they affect the need for training of Web designers. Only in Latin America and the Caribbean population is estimated at 586, 662, 468 people. In December 2001, Internet users were 18, 068, 919. In June 2009, the number of users increased to 175, 834, 439. An increase of 873.1%! How many of these people will need to create a portal and, therefore, to reserve a domain or URL right? In this statistical reality, converging hard to ignore two aspects: (1) Web page designers (programmers, graphic artists, etc..) And (2) the domain (one-way Internet portal) or URL. This without taking into account the advertising strategies needed to manage the portals to market sectors that are more interested in the product or service you offer. According to the statistics, the answer to the question of the article is: NO.
But the fact that Internet users will increase exponentially in the Hispanic region, it also increases the need for well trained web designers and trained. Similarly, it is necessary that the (URL) of those future sites, are suitable for representing the content and are readily acquired. Those who develop their skills in web design, will likely meet high demand ahead. It must be clearly established, to the extent that we identify the areas of greatest interest in this field, can be trained properly. Some PHP programmers are experts in management and database design or graphic designers. But, a designer of websites (site designer in English) should have a set of essential basic skills which enable it to design, publish and maintain a portal. The opportunity to design the gateways are real.