• Data Analysis, analysis of data come from application (usage etc)
  • Software Testing, putting programs through a variety of tests to catch bugs and determine whether the software meets specifications or requirements
  • Technical Support, helping people use software, answering questions, manning phones
  • Rapid Ptototyping, creating a quick sketch or as complex as a full prototype
  • Adobe product usage, wireframe websites, make blog graphics and social media graphics, and more.
  • SEO, helps websites rank higher in search result pages
  • A/B testing, testing two different versions of the same web page (part of marketing)
  • Growth hacking, an up-and-coming marketing technique that focuses on acquiring users quickly
  • Technical Writing, write about complex technologies in a way everyday people can understand is a valuable skill
  • Agile methodology, help teams deal efficiently with unpredictable situations

See more http://www.sitepoint.com/10-in-demand-tech-skills-that-dont-involve-coding/

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