Role Blueprint

Web Developer

Job Description

Direction & Priorities

Tools & Software

Measuring Performance

Onboarding & Training

Why hire a Web Developer?

Web developers know websites require the basic features for your audience to enter and take in what’s on there. It has to load fast, and all the information and content must be correct. Sites are accessed across many devices, which requires a smooth and responsive experience. Applying best practices, maintenance, and support ensures a seamless website free from issues.

Think it’s a lot of work? It takes a lot to develop a working website and much more to have one that will take you ahead of the competition.

Website traffic plays an important role in search engine optimization (SEO). How your audience entered your website and what they do on it, and for how long affect rankings in the search engine results. Creating a brand image, having the latest tech, and driving direct visits to your website will level up your business. A web developer with expertise can build a well-designed, brainstormed, and optimized site in a short time and effectively get your visitors to stay longer.

Job Description

The technical features of a website, how it looks, and how it feels were all put together and maintained by web developers. They construct the audience’s experience when opening the website and use programming languages, such as HTML, Javascript, and CSS, for this with varying levels of customization.

Web developers can transform less technical ideas into actual and accessible output. They refer to their manager or team for the scope and vision of the site. They go through prototyping first before the final and going live. Once the website is running, they are also the ones who maintain the website, ensuring that it is fully functional and updated.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Web development or related field, or relevant experience.
  • Solid knowledge and experience in programming applications.
  • Proficient in JavaScript, HTML, CSS
  • Proficient in My SQL.
  • Solid ability in both written and verbal communication.
  • Knowledge of programming language and technical terminology.
  • Able to develop ideas and processes and clearly express them.
  • High degree of independent judgment.
  • Able to solve complex problems.
  • Detail-oriented
  • Problem-solving skills
  • Multitasking
  • Self-motivated
  • Website and software application designing, building, or maintaining
  • Using scripting or authoring languages, management tools, content creation tools, applications, and digital media.
  • Conferring with teams to resolve conflicts, prioritize needs, develop content criteria, or choose solutions.
  • Directing or performing Website updates.
  • Present design specs
  • Work with graphics and other designers
  • Troubleshoot website problems
  • Monitor website traffic
  • Stay up-to-date on technology
  • Developing or validating test routines and schedules to ensure that test cases mimic external interfaces and address all browser and device types.
  • Editing, writing, or designing Website content and directing team members who produce content.
  • Maintaining an understanding of the latest Web applications and programming practices through education, study, and participation in conferences, workshops, and groups.
  • Back up files from Web sites to local directories for recovery.
  • Identifying problems uncovered by customer feedback and testing and correcting or referring problems to appropriate personnel for correction.
  • Evaluating code to ensure it meets industry standards, is valid, is properly structured, and is compatible with browsers, devices, or operating systems.
  • Determining user needs by analyzing technical requirements.

Where they fit in the org chart

Direction & Priorities

Web development is the production of applications and websites that deals with coding and ensuring functionality and usability.

There are two types. On the one hand, front-end development deals with the website’s visual elements. It focuses on translating design into a functioning website and managing what the users see. On the other, the back-end is concerned with what the users cannot see. It has a lot to do with organizing and maintaining a database, troubleshooting applications, and ensuring the front-end application runs well.

A lot of developers have a solid knowledge of both. They know that both types work hand in hand to create a compelling website that allows users to interact and navigate.

When creating interactive websites, web developers can also include other features and incorporate different interactive services to accommodate the needs of the business. They can be online payments, password management, emailing, databases, accounts and profiles, and other technical features.

A well-planned idea will be executed well. Having a clear set of goals and direction is essential for any plan to become successful.

It sets a guideline to follow for our marketing campaigns so that it aligns perfectly with what we want to achieve. Furthermore, it gives us the groundwork to tailor-fit our strategies in engaging with your customers in a relevant and timely way. We want to develop SMART (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Timely) goals and strategies to develop content that would lead our customers to choose us over our competitors.

Digital Marketing is the most affordable and effective way to market to your customers. By listening and monitoring your social media metrics, you can analyse where your customers are engaging with your brand more deeply and when you would be able to most effectively market to them your products. By analysing the right information and at the right time, you can grow your business successfully with a large variety of digital marketing platforms, such as email and social media.
By identifying the key conversion points in your marketing funnel, you would be able to optimise the way you market to your customers digitally. In doing so, you would be targeting two of the main goals of digital marketing: Lead Generation and Brand Awareness. It is the Digital Marketer’s role to plan and manage your digital marketing channels to generate interest in your brand online and create strategies that would entice them to try your product and become confirmed leads.

Tools & Software

A Digital Marketer’s work is supplanted by the use of a variety of tools. There is a large array of software available at the Digital Marketer’s disposal to make their work more efficient and accurate. These programs range from those that serve as a means to help communicate with colleagues and clients more efficiently, to content creation, and to monitoring activity and progress.

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