Professionalism comes with many names and roles, and it can be easy to fall into the uncertainty of which titles to search up. When creating and maintaining a website, you may already be familiar with the handful of professionals who work on them.
There can be many job roles involved with building a website and can be split easily with larger companies. Some of these job roles can include planning, website design, development, and maintenance. With this said, there are multiple positions within companies for handling these responsibilities, such as:
- Web Designers
- Web Developers
- Web Consultants
A webmaster is a coined role that many have heard of when it comes to websites. To some, it may be considered a combination role of someone who would build or maintain a website. In this blog post, we're going to focus on the two most significant titles, which are often confused; a Web Developer and a Web Consultant.