With a bachelor’s degree in Web design and development, graduates will be prepared for several jobs involving websites. Career options include Web design or Web development.
Web-Related Career Opportunities
The job of a Web producer entails more responsibilities than that of a Web designer or developer. All aspects of the website are their responsibility and may involve not only production of content, but also technical functions. They may market the site or help increase traffic to the website. In February 2014, Web producers banked an average annual wage ranging between $34,614 and $82,015.
The actual Web pages of sites are created by a Web designer, who is expected to possess some artistic ability. They are responsible for not only the appearance of the page, but also for its effective functioning and accessibility.
Functionality can include the speed of page load times; Web designers would also concern themselves as to whether the loading is slowed down by the graphics. Disabled users must be able to access and use pages on any device. In February 2014, Web designers earned an average annual wage ranging between $29,783 and $65,256.
Outline of Training Coursework
Students enrolled in a bachelor’s degree program in Web design and development are provided with the knowledge and skills necessary to create interactive content related to websites. Students are trained in front- and back-end development of websites for use on cell phones, PDAs, or the Internet.
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