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WEB-101 Programming Related to the Internet
Every company in every industry, from engineering to marketing to health care and government, NEEDS a web site in order to reach and maintain its clients. Gain the skills you need to build the fundamentals of the web using HTML and CSS. Learn about universal design principles and good user experience design. Students will develop a portfolio of products they can use with employers to demonstrate real world skills.
Job Outlook: Web Developers
- Medium Pay $69,430 per year, $33.38 per hour
- Entry Level EducationAssociate's degree
- Number of Jobs 2018 160,500
- Job Outlook 2018-2028 13% faster than national average
What Web Developers Do
Web developers design and create websites. They are responsible for the look of the site. They are also responsible for the site’s technical aspects, such as its performance and capacity, which are measures of a website’s speed and how much traffic the site can handle. In addition, web developers may create content for the site.
Web developers typically do the following:
- Meet with clients or management to discuss the needs and design of a website
- Create and test applications for a website
- Write code for the website, using programming languages such as HTML or XML
- Work with other team members to determine what information the site will contain
- Work with graphics and other designers to determine the website’s layout
- Integrate graphics, audio, and video into the website
- Monitor website traffic
Some web developers work in the computer systems design and related services industry. Others are self-employed. Still others work in industries including publishing, management consulting, and advertising.
source: Bureau of Labor and Statistics
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Starting Spring 2019 current and future RVC students can begin the exciting journey of becoming an mobile application developer...COMPLETELY ONLINE!
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