Blog: Web Design Jobs
A writer, copywriter, and an editor all have to do with the text on the website. Almost everything we read is either written by a writer or a copywriter – except, of course, things like Twitter or comments on a YouTube video. Some websites are more professionally written than others. They can range from blogs to informational online classes.
Anyone can be a writer, copywriter, or an editor. But it takes a special type of writing skills and motivation to be successful in the career.
Most people have heard of a graphic designer, but not everyone knows what they actually do. Along the lines of a typical designer, they focus on the artistic side of the website rather than the analytical and technical side of things.
Graphic designers use artistic effects to share the message from the client. They create anything from logos to product packaging to websites. In this case, we will be looking at work of graphic designers on websites.
UX stands for User Experience. Have you ever looked at a website and wondered if made sense, if it is aesthetically pleasing, or if it is easy to use? If yes, you are considering the same things that a User Experience Designer considers.
Whether you're building a house or building a website, every project needs an architect. If you look at the title of the job itself, “architect” is meaning the way things are put together. Specifically, how “information” is put together.