Web designer

The aesthetic and navigational architect of a Web site, the designer is the person responsible for how the site looks and feels. He or she is the one who takes the heat if the graphics are fuzzy, the links are too light, or something is hard to find on a Web page. Usually this person is trained in the creative side of image development; however, an extensive knowledge of Web-based programming,  information architecture, and UX is considered fundamental to being a successful Web designer. (That and good client-relationship skills are a must.)

Historical perspective: Adobe Systems Inc., known just as Adobe, was founded in 1982 and is a company that builds award-winning software solutions for network publishing, including Web, print, video, wireless applications. Its graphic design, imaging, dynamic media, and authoring tools enable people to create, publish, and deliver visually rich content for various types of media. The company's products are used by graphic designers, Web designers, publishers, data-heavy organizations, and business and consumer users.

See also : Web developer  Web guru  
NetLingo Classification: Net Technology