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Web designers have the creative task of designing, optimising and maintaining websites. Making information as accessible and appealing as possible is the chief goal of the web designer, who may specialise in a certain development area, such as e-commerce operations or website structure
The work is suitable for team players with good communication skills, as working in a development team and communicating ideas are important aspects of the job. Knowledge of HTML, CSS, PHP, JAVA and AJAX is usually essential for this type of work
A certificate or associate’s degree in graphic or web design£ is often all that is required by employers. However, those with a bachelor’s degree will find many more opportunities in this line of work. Senior web designers, whose duties include leading and supervising a team of designers, are often required to have at least five years experience. Salaries are highest in London, with a typical range of £21,600 – £29,500. Other well-paying areas of the UK are Bournemouth and Bristol.
Web developers design web pages, sites or applications. They listen to user requests and specifications and provide attractive and capable web applications. Developers guarantee built in features for security, compatibility and integration online. They work for organisations, IT companies, agencies, and for themselves offering development or consultancy services.
When building a website, developers assess the structure, appeal, purpose and security. They present the best recommendations and follow the decision of the client. As their reputation is important, a web developer works to create quality and functional web applications. They understand the necessity for quality customer service and rely on customers recommendations to prospective clients.
Functions of a Web Developer may include:
• Upload websites
• Construct search engines
• Fix technical problems
• Make existing applications compatible
• Implement security measures
• Build content and learning management systems and other intranet applications
• Use animations and design graphics
• Consult with customers
• Change applications according to new specifications
• Use Dreamweaver, Visual Studio and other web authoring software
• Incorporate CSS in web pages
• Travel to events and seminars
• Attend meetings and workshops
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Latest Job Offers
£30000.00 - £40000 per annum + Excellent Benefits
Leeds, West Yorkshire, Yorkshire, UK
Sheffield, South Yorkshire, Yorkshire, UK
From £35,000 to £45,000 per annum
Bridgnorth, Shropshire, West Midlands, UK
£85000 - £95000 per annum
City of London, London, South East, UK
Cheshire, North West, UK
£375 - £425 per day
Sheffield, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Warrington, Cheshire, North West England, GBR
£33k - £40k per annum + Excellent Benefits
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