Entry-Level Web Design Opportunities
March 7, 2013
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Getting Started in Web Design: What are the Entry-Level Web Development Opportunities?
This is a general interest article and not based on any specific school, or the experience of our graduates.
Wondering what opportunities are available for when you finish your Web design and development degree program? Web design and development is a diverse area in the technology world. There are programmers, networkers, and analysts. Consider these entry-level web design and development options while pursuing your degree:
Use your Java, HTML, CSS, and SQL skills to work on internal or client-based programming tasks. eHow.com explains that computer programmers create modifications, design new programs, and provide technical support for program-based responsibilities.* A person can use an entry-level programmer opportunity to prove expertise and build his / her reputation.
*Arthur, Ty. eHow.com. “What is Computer Programming?” Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/about_4693714_what-computer-programming.html
According to eHow.com, most companies need to analyze some type of data, and this is often done through databases.* As a database analyst, a person could gain experience in the development, analysis, and maintenance of databases and user interaction. Entry-level workers start under supervision and assist in design tasks under the expectation that they can work independently.
*Suttle, Rick. eHow.com. “What is Data Analysis?” Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/about_6579253_data-analysis_.html
With the advent of the Internet, eHow.com explains, software engineers have the opportunity to design software for internal, external, and Web-related services.* They can likely also work with databases and use analytic skills to produce useable and beneficial software.
*Dutta, Pallab. eHow.com. “What is a Software Engineer?” Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/facts_4884859_what-software-engineer.html
In today’s world of mobile devices, a new entry-level opportunity has emerged. According to eHow.com, app developers plan, test, implement, analyze, and customize Web-based applications.* You can use your experience with the latest technology and Web development skills to pursue a profession.
*Guzman, Alyssa. eHow.com. “What is a Software Engineer?” Retrieved from http://www.ehow.com/about_6571375_application-developer-job-description.html