Web Development Tools – Experience with version control systems (e.g., Git) to understand the development process and manage project versions.
Responsive Design – Ability to understand and guide the creation of responsive and mobile-friendly designs using CSS frameworks and techniques to ensure optimal user experiences.
Project Management Methodologies – Familiarity with project management methodologies such as Agile, Scrum, or Kanban can be advantageous in effectively leading and organizing web development projects.
Problem-Solving – Strong analytical and problem-solving skills to diagnose technical issues efficiently and assist in finding solutions that align with project goals and timelines.
Collaboration – Effective communication skills to collaborate with team members, developers, designers, and other stakeholders.
Attention to Detail – Meticulous attention to detail to ensure accuracy, quality, and consistency in code and design.
Portfolio – A portfolio showcasing previous projects and demonstrating your skills in managing and delivering successful web projects.
Bachelor’s Degree – While not always required, a degree in computer science, web development, project management, or a related field can provide a strong foundation for project management roles.
Experience – Previous experience in web development, whether through internships, personal projects, or professional roles, is highly beneficial. Experience in managing web development projects, coordinating teams, and delivering on-time and on-budget is especially valuable.