What is an Interactive Developer?
We write and test code, making sure that the email campaigns we send out adhere to best practices (and we’ll troubleshoot if there’s a technical issue). We’re problem solvers with a growth mindset who are always learning new ways of doing things.
“This role is great for me because I love coding and I can maintain a deep focus on ongoing projects.”
Thinking about becoming an Interactive Developer?
Explore some of the skills you’ll need
to prepare for the role.
- Ability to write and read code
- Keen attention to detail
- Strong problem-solving skills
- Analytical thinker
- Animation skills
- Ability to meet deadlines
- Ability to multi-task effectively
- Educational background in web development
If you think a job as an Interactive Developer might be right for you, print off your Job Report and take it to a parent, teacher or guidance counsellor to talk about what your next steps should be.