A web producer is primarily responsible for coordinating, managing, and updating content on a high-traffic website. This person can work either as a contract employee or within a business. It is generally required that a web producer has at least a bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to the company they work for, as well as at least three years of relevant experience. Extensive knowledge of HTML, web design, Photoshop, and CSS are typically essential. A web producer typically works in an office environment; however, there are some who work from a home office. While web producers generally work during regular office hours, some jobs require alternative or more flexible hours.
Web Producer Tasks
Create interactive strategies for online platforms.
Manage the planning and usability of externally used websites and online communities.
Coordinate and oversee production for online projects.