From there, write your letter using language from the job posting and stating you skills and passions.
Carefully revise the letter before submitting it to make sure there are no errors.
Yes, you can be really creative with your resume too.
But if they are giving you the opportunity to send a cover letter, why not take advantage of it?
I’m also in the process of writing a book on accessible web design (https://benrobertson.io/accessibility-for-web-developers/), to share what I’ve learned over the past several years. 😜 Feel free to repurpose that letter as you see fit for yourself.
On a team, I tend to help bring out a clearer sense of purpose and encourage clearer communication, resulting in better team results and a higher sense of satisfaction for all involved. What I really recommend though is going through my explanation below and crafting your own very unique letter.
I’m also in the process of writing a book on accessible web design (https://benrobertson.io/accessibility-for-web-developers/), to share what I’ve learned over the past several years.
For a long time, it was so difficult for me to come up with web development accomplishments that I was proud of, because I was always looking at code that I wrote in the past and saw all the things that were bad about it with my 20/20 hindsight.
Who is going to have the biggest impact on your team? I posted some articles on my blog that I had initially written for an internal best practices site, so the writing could be public.
Who will have the biggest impact on the bottom line? And I decided to write a book (I haven’t actually written the book.