Start Your Front-End Developer Career

As an entry-level front-end developer, you’ll be creating websites and applications with web languages that enable people to interact with it seamlessly. Get started in this career path by building the right skills.

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Learn the basics of front-end development

Front-end developers create websites and applications using web languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript—it’s what people see when they first access and interact with the site or app. These software developers design the user interface (UI), ensuring it’s visually pleasing, functional, and intuitive.

As an entry-level front-end developer, you’re expected to know the basics of web languages to craft how users navigate the site or app. You need to have strong skills in attention to detail, problem-solving, collaboration, and communication, in addition to technical skills.

Similar roles include UI designer, full-stack developer, software developer, web developer, and UX designer.

Here is some career guidance for entry-level front-end developers:

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