Here are a few job titles that are common and all relate closely to front-end web development. Have a look and research what each one does.
The web project manager is the leader of a team of individuals with creative and technical skills that creates various projects for the Internet. As project manager, your job is to help manage the entire life of the project, from conception to live online delivery. Each day, you will review the tasks and goals that need to be completed with your team. You will work with the company’s customers in order to deliver the web product that they envision. You will also work with the leaders of the company to try and create new and innovative web solutions for upcoming projects or situations.
A good UX designer must have empathy for the user, a deep understanding of user-centered design (UCD) and strong analytical abilities. They must have an understanding of technical limitations as well as business strategies and goals, backed by knowledge of different technologies. UX designers conduct user research, interviews and surveys, and use the information to create sitemaps, customer journey maps, wireframes, and prototypes.
Web Designer responsibilities are executing all visual design stages from concept to final hand-off to engineering. Conceptualizing original website design ideas that bring simplicity and user friendliness to complex roadblocks.
A front-end web developer is probably what most people think of as a “web developer”. A front-end web developer is responsible for implementing visual elements that users see and interact with in a web application. They are usually supported by back-end web developers, who are responsible for server-side application logic and integration of the work front-end developers do.
Quality Assurance Engineer Responsibilities are reviewing quality specifications and technical design documents to provide timely and meaningful feedback. Creating detailed, comprehensive and well-structured test plans and test cases. Estimating, prioritizing, planning and coordinating quality testing activities.
A web content manager is responsible for overseeing the content that appears on a website. They often manage a team of content producers and assign projects and tasks to employees. Many web content managers also keep track of a website’s traffic statistics and search engine rankings.
Of those positions. Which one interests you the most?
Front-End Developer seems the most interesting to me.
Which one do you feel you are best suited for? Why?
I feel I am more suited for the Front-End Developer role. I feel at this moment I have more skills in this field than in any of the other job descriptions.
Find an entry level roll in that position (doesn’t matter where it is or who it is for). Read the job listing.
Junior Front-End Developer (JSP)
Nox Solutions – Los Angeles, CA
Glassdoor Estimated Salary: $63k-$91k
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Junior Front-End Developer (JSP)
Headquarters (Downtown Los Angeles)
We are an ecommerce solutions provider and have an immediate opening for a Front-End Web Developer. We are a young entrepreneurial company that has established itself as a leader in our market segment for providing exclusive web services.
This is a full-time position, with a solid potential for career growth in a stable company.
We provide excellent 401k Benefits with full matching, medical, dental, & vision benefits, a casual work environment, and much more.
What skills do you have that it’s asking for and what gaps could you fill to be more qualified? What is something you will work on to become more qualified?
For the job posting above, I would be a good candidate because I have basic HTML and CSS skills. At the moment I am learning Java Script a basic requirement needed for the job posting. Once I learn Java Script I feel I would be suited for this position.
I need to work on gaining more experience as a Front-End Developer. I want to get to the level where my skills are advanced not basic. I need to keep learning and staying up to date with the programs used by Front-End Developers. By having advanced skills I feel I would have more career opportunities.