Will plan, create and code web pages, using both non-technical and technical skills to produce websites that fit the customer’s requirements.
Involving themselves in the technical and graphical aspects of pages, producing not just the look of the website but determining how it works as well.
Meeting clients to identify their needs and liaising regularly with them. Presenting initial design ideas to the client.
Responsible for the maintenance of an existing site. Drawing up detailed website specifications.
Designing graphics, animations and manipulating digital photographs. Designing sample page layouts including text size and colors.
Registering web domain names and organizing the hosting of the website.
Coding using a variety of software. Working with different content management systems.
Meeting relevant legal requirements such as accessibility standards, freedom of information and privacy.
Designing the website’s visual imagery and ensuring it is in line with company branding policy or the requirements of the client.
Proofreading content and grammar and making changes where necessary.
Editing content, debugging code and re-designing web pages.
Working with other web specialists including web developers and graphic designers.
Liaising with outside agencies.
Handing the completed website over to the client.
Post-sales technical support.Testing the website to ensure it is working.
Training client’s staff.Researching current design trends.
Continual professional development to keep up to date with new software developments.
Planning site design by clarifying goals. Designing functionality.
Developing site navigation by categorizing content. Funnelling traffic through content.
Preparing site by installing and configuring server software. Installing programming language using authoring and formatting tools. Ensuring cross-platform compatibility. Establishing links.
Search engine optimization. Establishing locatability by registering with search engines.
Upgrading site by updating content and graphics. Monitoring performance and results. Identifying and evaluating improvement options. Introducing new technology. Maintaining links.
Maintaining site appearance by developing and enforcing content and display standards. Editing submissions.
Updating job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities. Reading professional publications. Maintaining personal networks. Participating in professional organizations.
Providing information by collecting, analyzing, and summarizing data and trends.
Keeping equipment operating by following operating instructions. Troubleshooting breakdowns. Maintaining supplies. Performing preventive maintenance. Calling for repairs.
Accomplishing information systems and organization mission by completing related results as needed.