Great. I am always willing to assist people who are in need of web design assistance. There are
any number of software packages out there that will enable you to design a static or noninteractive web page.
Once you begin to add things such as online forms, data feeds or other interactive elements, you should
consider hiring a trained programmer.
On of the best web sites out there for basic training in web design, layout, scripting and programming is
the W3 Schools web site. There are two features I like about this site. First, it is free to use.
Second, it has interactive examples that allow you to practice your skills. I am on this site all the time for
the latest in web design information.
Another tool you are going to need is image manipulation software. Again, there are any number of software
companies out there to choose from. One very good and free option is GIMP
GIMP is the primary image software used on this website, but I also use others such as Photoshop.