What is it like?
Web designers plan, create and code internet sites and web pages, using both technical and non-technical skills. They are responsible for the technical and graphical aspects of a webpage, also helping with the maintenance and additions to the website.
A web designer’s job involves understanding both graphic design and computer programming components. They work with development teams or managers to keep websites up-to-date and prioritise needs, among other tasks.
This data shows historical and projected employment levels (thousands) for this occupation. Data should be used as a guide only. Source: ABS Labour Force Survey.
This data shows average weekly cash earnings for the occupation (rounded figure). These figures are indicative and cannot be used to determine a particular wage rate. Data should be used as a guide only. Source: ABS Characteristics of Employment Survey, August 2015.
Is it right for me?
As a web designer, you have a flow of creative ideas and pay close attention to detail. You have a patient approach towards difficult tasks and have excellent problem-solving skills. You also have the following skills;
- Excellent teamwork
- Effective communication skills
- Excellent IT skills
- Ability to be analytical
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