When I was about 13 years old, I got started on web developing my own little portfolio websites to showcase my talents. I found that even at the age the best program available was (at the time) Macromedia Dreamweaver MX. I was actually better at graphics design at that time, then web-development I'm 19 now, and currently attending college with little or no idea of what I want to do in the future. Thus why, I'm considering reigniting my old hobby and turning it into perhaps a career. I realize there are dozens of web developers on this forum, thus why I'd imagine that I will get the best responses here. 1. Is dropping out of college to become a web designer really a plausible idea in the long run? As far as I know unless your really good at what you do, there's no space for more web designers in the market. 2. How do you build a clientele? Put an advertisement in the newspaper and hope your phone rings? 3. Or I could forget all this and continue pursuing a career in law enforcement. Thanks!