The role of Interactive Developer differs from a traditional “Application Developer” in that primary emphasis is placed on how users interact with information, regardless of its source. Candidates should be uniquely qualified to design, develop, and support web applications that:
Interactive developers are able to bridge the gaps between designers, content-owners, and usability analysts in order to build the most usable, interactive, and intuitive sites.
- Convey information from content-owners in the most effective way.
- Efficiently send and receive data to back-end systems in order to complete user transactions.
- Are capable of constant interface change due to user experience analysis.
- CSS expert (CSS3 preferred)
- HTML (HTML5 preferred)
- Web site design
- Server side coding
- XML (desired)
- ASP.Net (desired)
- C# (desired)
- SQL Server (desired)