I wonder how to improve my sentence more intuitive in English. I want to say 1) I am a Designer. 2) I have experience in(or with) Websites Design. 3) I researched to design the sites.

Could you please help me? I wrote 3 below sentences.

1) He is an experienced Designer in Web sites utilizing research.

2) He is an experienced Designer with Web sites by researching.

3) He is a Designer with experience in Websites using research.

closed as off-topic by AmE speaker, JJJ, Bread, J. Taylor, jimm101 May 18 '18 at 21:54

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    First, this is off-topic proofreading: you must tell us what you think is wrong because we are not a proofreading service. Second, the first sentence is borderline ungrammatical, while the last one is most natural but still terrible. That's because lastly and most importantly, you should never, ever, ever use the word utilizing. It’s just an overblown many-syllabled synonym for using that alerts the careful reader to the pretentious wordiness of its author. – tchrist Apr 15 '18 at 3:04

Here is a more concise alternative sentence with the same set of parameters. "He is an experienced Web Site Designer who utilizes topical research." topical; (of a subject) of immediate relevance, interest, or importance owing to its relation to current events.

  • Thank you very much for your response. :) How about if you want to say more than Web Site Design. "He is an experienced Designer in Web Site and e-commerce utilizing design research and technology." Can you help me with this sentence, please? – Sue Apr 26 '18 at 1:52
  • You handled that nicely by yourself. – Norman Edward Apr 26 '18 at 2:45
  • @Sue if you think the answer was helpful, consider accepting the answer. – JJJ May 17 '18 at 3:18

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