Front End Developer -Job Description

A front-end developer is responsible for the production, enhancement, and maintenance of websites and web application’s interfaces. This involves working with designers to translate their designs into working web pages that have unique features and draw the eye. Front-end developers also work with back-end developers to develop complex server coding in order to create visually appealing, interactive, and database drive websites. Effective communication, problem solving, and the ability to adapt to changing demands and trends is essential for executing website design and implementation correctly.

Front-End Developer Job Duties:

  • Develop functional and appealing web-based applications based on usability
  • Knowledge of web technologies such as CSS, HTML5. JavaScript, and jQuery
  • Understanding of web development processes, such as design, deployment, and back-end knowledge
  • Understanding of layout aesthetics and programming
  • Assist back-end developers with coding and troubleshooting
  • Document and report requirements and specifications
  • Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related tasks as needed

Alternative names:  Web Developer, User Interface Engineer, Interaction Designer

Job projections: Expanding

Application Developer Skills and Qualifications:

  • Web Development (HTML 5/CSS)
  • Integration Testing
  • Content Strategy
  • Application Architecture
  • Coding and Programming
  • Troubleshooting and Configuration
  • Application Architecture
  • Advanced Computer Skills
  • Problem-Solving Skills
  • Attention to Detail
  • Excellent Verbal Communication


Salary Details:

The median annual Front-End Developer salary is $67,671, with a range of $42,054-$105,554, depending on experience and qualifications. Bonuses and profit-sharing are included.


Education and Training:

Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, though many require a master’s degree. Well-rounded understanding of web development is essential. Knowledge of web development tools, content strategy, application architecture, and coding is usually required. Preference is given to candidates with prior experience, excellent communicative tendencies, and problem solving skills.

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