Hire a Frontend developer

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As an IT staffing agency in Denmark, we know that frontend developers are in high demand in the Danish IT job market. This critical role is responsible for creating and implementing the visual and interactive elements of web applications and sites, making it essential to the success of businesses across the Danish IT industry.

Proficiency in programming languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, experience with frontend frameworks such as React and Angular, and knowledge of responsive design and mobile-friendly development are all essential hard skills for a frontend developer. Additionally, a good understanding of web development tools like Git and Webpack is necessary. Expertise in UX/UI design principles is also crucial for creating effective and visually appealing websites.

But being a great Frontend Developer is about more than just technical skills. These people should also be creative problem solvers, able to work collaboratively with designers and backend developers to bring their ideas to life. Frontend coding demands a high level of meticulousness, since even the slightest errors can have a significant impact on user satisfaction.

Frontend Developer skills

  • HTML: Proficiency in HyperText Markup Language (HTML) for creating web pages, including understanding of semantic markup, forms, and multimedia integration.
  • CSS: Strong skills in Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for designing and styling web pages, including knowledge of CSS frameworks, pre-processors (such as Sass or Less), and responsive design.
  • JavaScript: Proficiency in JavaScript, including understanding of core concepts, DOM manipulation, AJAX, and asynchronous programming. Knowledge of JavaScript libraries and frameworks (such as React, Angular, or Vue) is also beneficial.
  • Cross-Browser Compatibility: Understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ability to write code that works consistently across different web browsers.
  • User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) Design: Understanding of UI/UX design principles and ability to create visually appealing and user-friendly web interfaces.
  • Frontend Development Tools: Familiarity with frontend development tools such as code editors (e.g., Visual Studio Code, Sublime Text), version control systems (e.g., Git), and task runners (e.g., Grunt, Gulp).
  • Performance Optimization: Knowledge of performance optimization techniques for web pages, including image optimization, code minification, and caching.
  • Responsive Web Design: Understanding of responsive web design principles and ability to create web pages that adapt to different screen sizes and devices.
  • Web Accessibility: Familiarity with web accessibility standards (such as WCAG) and ability to create web pages that are accessible to users with disabilities.
  • Testing and Debugging: Ability to test and debug frontend code using developer tools, automated testing frameworks, and other debugging techniques.
  • Web Performance Metrics: Understanding of web performance metrics (such as PageSpeed, Lighthouse) and ability to optimize web pages for improved performance.
  • Cross-Platform Development: Knowledge of cross-platform development approaches, such as Progressive Web Apps (PWAs)
Web Developers
These skilled developers specialize in creating responsive and dynamic websites and web applications using a variety of frontend technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
UI/UX developers adeptly create visually stunning and user-friendly interfaces by applying design principles and cutting-edge frontend development technologies.
Mobile developers create frontend apps for smartphones and tablets using React Native, Swift, and other mobile technologies, optimizing them for mobile environments.
These developers use frontend technologies such as Unity and WebGL to create visually-rich and interactive gaming experiences that run in web browsers or on mobile devices.

Frontend Developer responsibilities

  • Developing and implementing user interfaces for web applications, websites, or other digital products using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
  • Collaborating with UX/UI designers, back-end developers, and other stakeholders to create visually appealing and user-friendly interfaces.
  • Writing clean, efficient, and maintainable code while adhering to coding best practices, coding conventions, and web standards.
  • Optimizing web pages for performance, including image optimization, code minification, and caching to ensure fast loading times and smooth user experience.
  • Testing and debugging frontend code to identify and resolve issues, including cross-browser compatibility, responsiveness, and accessibility.
  • Collaborating with cross-functional teams to troubleshoot and resolve frontend-related issues or bugs.
  • Creating and maintaining documentation, including code comments, technical specifications, and user guides.
  • Keeping up-to-date with the latest frontend technologies, frameworks, and best practices to stay current and improve skills.
  • Participating in code reviews to ensure code quality, consistency, and adherence to coding standards.
  • Collaborating with UX/UI designers to create wireframes, mockups, and prototypes, and providing input on feasibility and technical considerations.
  • Conducting user testing and gathering feedback to continuously improve the user experience of web applications or websites.

Common Frontend Development terms

Frontend Developer salary

The average salary for a frontend developer in 2023 per month in Denmark is 44 Kkr.

  • The estimated salary for a Senior Front End Developer is DKK 55,000 per month in the Copenhagen, Denmark area
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