A web designer develops and creates websites and associated applications. Web designers work in a variety of industries and often as independent contractors. Education requirements can vary, but web designers can get entry-level work with an associate's degree. Bachelor's degrees provide students with an expanded and advanced skill set that can lead to better job prospects or career advancement.
A web designer creates the look, layout, and features of a website. The job involves understanding both graphic design and computer programming. Once a website is created, a designer helps with maintenance and additions to the website. They work with development teams or managers for keeping the site up-to-date and prioritizing needs, among other tasks.
A web designer's job duties cover all aspects of creating a website. Upon meeting with clients and assessing their needs, web designers help create and maintain the product. Their duties include, but aren't limited to, the following:
Writing and editing content
Designing webpage layout
Determining technical requirements
Creating back up files
Solving code problems
Must have Background of B.Tech / Degree ( Computers) / MBA / M.Tech / Masters in Computer Science
Should have End - End grip on Web designing Languages, Softwares, Editors.