One of the most integral aspects of web development is web programming that is achieved with the help of programming languages: HTML5, Ruby, Java, etc. Web development languages are the platforms through which instructions are communicated to a machine and actions are pursued. Web development is a term that is used to refer to the process of creating a website and can range from developing a single simple page to a series of complex pages. Web development encompasses several actions or practices and some of them include web design, content creation, programming, network security tasks as well as client side or server side scripting, etc. In the recent few years, web development has taken the definition of the creation of content management systems or CMS, which is the mid-step between the user and the database. In order to pursue web development as a profession, one of the most important things that you will need to consider is having expertise in programming languages. LGI programers specialize in all programming languages. CLICK HERE to fill out our FORM so we can start developing your company website today!
LGI WEB DEVELOPMENT TEAM
1) Marketing Strategist
This individual works to ensure the success of the client and their team. The marketing strategist sets expectations, makes sure the team and budget are on track, and works with the rest of the roles involved to set realistic deadlines for the web design project.
2) UX Designer
The UX designer is like an architect and helps formulate the website strategy by conducting initial research on a client's current website and analyzing it to help craft buyer personas, set goals and create a blueprint for the new website.
3) Content Specialist
Content is such an important part of your website, but it doesn’t always get the attention that it deserves. Too often, the task of writing gets delegated to someone who is not a professional writer, which can cause poor conversions and project delays.
4) Website Developer
Our developers build out the code for the website, performs multiple tests and ensures any bugs or issues are dealt with accordingly. The backend developer builds the website.
A professional editor ensures that everything on your website is working, complies with brand guidelines and is error-free. The editor tests workflows, calls-to-action, internal and external links, and more. The difference between having a nice website and a great, professional-looking website is often the work of a strong editor.