Web Developer/Video Game Designer
A web developer is a programmer who takes the creative concept of a website and makes it a reality. A web developer designs and creates websites – the look, technical performance and capabilities.
As a web developer, you’ll write code and work with graphics, videos and audio. You’ll monitor and analyze site traffic to strategically drive decisions and functions. And you’ll work across teams and departments to deliver dynamic websites.
Some developers handle all aspects of a website’s construction, and others specialize in certain aspects like back-end and front-end developers and webmasters. Others specialize in the design of digital interfaces or video games, focusing on enhanced interactive functionality across browsers and devices.
Most web developers have a bachelor’s degree in computer programming, computer science, or digital and visual communications. For some positions, an associate or certificate may also get you started. It’s also important to build a strong portfolio to highlight your talent and skills.
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