Creative directorTypically helps develop the creative direction of the project based on client needs. Supervises the design process and provides necessary feedback to designers.
Web designerResponsible for creating the visuals of a website, such as color scheme, layout, and graphical elements. Generally starts off a project, creating design samples to be approved before moving on to the development process.
Front-end developerTransitions the design into code, focusing on layout, style, and interactivity. Front-end developers’ work will often overlap with that of a web designer and require various design decisions.
Web developer/programmerFocuses on the back-end of a website, implementing advanced functionality and features. Web developers generally have limited involvement in the design process.
Project ManagerUsually the link between the client and production team, requiring an understanding of the needs on both sides. Responsible for the planning and management needed to guide a project to completion.
Content creatorResponsible for developing and writing content. A content creator should be able to create catchy, user-friendly content that is marketing-centered and matches the tone of the company’s brand.
SEO (search engine optimization) specialistFocuses on optimizing a website to rank highly in search engines. Analyzes content and analytics data to improve search engine performance and increase website traffic.
UX (user experience) designerAnalyzes and improves the way users interact with a website, generally through various methods of research and user testing.
IT specialistGenerally responsible for any network/server related issues. Little to no involvement in the design and development process.
The TBH Creative team handles all of these responsibilities and more during the web development process. Meet the team to find out more or contact us to get started on a project today!