|Applying design best practices to information product
|Can modify designs based on compatibility, usability and accessibility across channels and devices (for example, the differences in design for a poster versus an image for social media). Tailors language, tone, style, and format to match audiences.
|Incorporating data visualization into information product
|Uses advanced graphic software. Effectively uses visual hierarchy to depict relationships between data. Integrates multiple layers or groups of data into a single coherent information product.
|Updating, configuring, and maintaining website
|Provides basic training for people to update content and maintain a simple website (rich-text/plain text/no-code). Applies simple coding skills to modify website as needed. Implements visitor analytics. Procures and manages domain names. Procures and manages web hosting and cloud servers.
|Planning for web product while incorporating UX/UI best practices
|Integrates World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) web standards in product design. Applies design methods and techniques to web projects. Identifies the five principles of user experience design (hierarchy, consistency, confirmation, user control, and accessibility).
|Developing interactive data visualization products for the web
|Applies some coding skills to customize dashboards or animate charts built with out-of-the-box data visualization software.
|Developing web-based geospatial information product
|Uses GUI-based web services to create map visualizations. Applies relevant software development skills to produce specialized mapping products (for example, code a dedicated web portal).