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Web Technologies

Planning and designing, as well as testing websites, maintaining them, incorporating third party platforms, and integrating social media platforms.

Web Technologies could be for you if you like:

  • Being creative
  • Complex problems
  • Fixing things
  • Making things
  • Using computers

More about this skill

Working with web technologies is a key skill in a world that increasingly places the web at the heart of a modern platform. It is also one of the most complex and diverse of all skills.

Web designers and developers will first establish a professional relationship with clients to develop a deep understanding of the requirements for their website. Strong design and communication skills, coupled with a grasp of target audiences, markets, and trends are all essential. During the development process, web designers and developers create databases, build programmes, as well as test and debug websites.


Medallists

WorldSkills Abu Dhabi 2017

  • Photo of DONGWOOK HUH

    DONGWOOK HUH

    Korea
    Gold

  • Photo of Konstantin Larin

    Konstantin Larin

    Russia
    Gold

  • Photo of Emil von Wattenwyl

    Emil von Wattenwyl

    Switzerland
    Gold

  • Photo of Hok Kin Fong

    Hok Kin Fong

    Macao, China
    Gold

WorldSkills São Paulo 2015

  • Photo of Giovanni Kenji Shiroma

    Giovanni Kenji Shiroma

    Brazil
    Gold

  • Photo of Harlan Wilton

    Harlan Wilton

    Australia
    Silver

  • Photo of Eun Young Kim

    Eun Young Kim

    Korea
    Bronze

  • Photo of Mohamad Mohebifar

    Mohamad Mohebifar

    Iran
    Bronze

WorldSkills Leipzig 2013

  • Photo of Yong Ku Cho

    Yong Ku Cho

    Korea
    Gold

  • Photo of Chon Seng Che

    Chon Seng Che

    Macao, China
    Silver

  • Photo of Hadi Mostafapour

    Hadi Mostafapour

    Iran
    Bronze


Standards Specification

The WorldSkills Standards Specification specifies the knowledge, understanding and specific skills that underpin international best practice in technical and vocational performance. It should reflect a shared global understanding of what the associated work role(s) or occupation(s) represent for industry and business.