Web Designer Interview Questions 

A web designer is responsible for creating aesthetic and user-friendly web designs, including wireframes, boards, and more. Ensure the candidates’ portfolio showcases their creativity and understanding of websites and applications. The ideal candidate will be able to create attractive, simple and functional websites for the company’s varied requirements.

The below questions will help you assess candidates better.  

  • Why do you want to work for us? 
  • What according to you are the qualities a web designer should possess? 
  • How do you define yourself? 
  • How do you think the company will be affected positively by hiring you? 
  • What do you think are the major challenges of this job? 
  • How do you think your past experience has helped you for your present role? 
  • How do you prioritize work? 
  • What do you think are your prime duties? 
  • What is the first thing you’ll focus on if you’re hired? 
  • Do you consider yourself a team player? 
  • How do you handle a non-working page element? 
  • Tell us about a time when a client kept rejecting your designs. 
  • Which design tools do you regularly use? 
  • Which programming languages are you familiar with? 
  • What is semantic HTML? 
  • What is the difference between Standard Mode and Quirks Mode? 
  • What are the disadvantages of XHTML pages? 
  • Give us some bad examples of web design. 
  • What do you think of our current website? 
  • At which instances do you use JPEG and PNG? 
  • What is W3? Explain its significance. 
  • What do you know about UX design? 
  • What is CSS file? Why is it used? 
  • Tell us about your favourite work project from the portfolio. 
  • Tell us about your comfort with tight deadlines. 
  • Are you a multitasker or do you choose to attend to one project at a time? 
  • Tell us about your experience with a team project.  
  • Tell us about a time when you felt fulfilled with your job. 
  • Defend the remuneration package that you want.