At Lonely Planet, we’re passionate about our products and the evolving technologies we use to build them. We want engineers that want to build stuff quickly, probably break things along the way and fix it even faster. We use lean principles. We value rapid deployment, metrics driven engineering and experimentation.
Lonely Planet Online is responsible for delivering lonelyplanet.com, a place that inspires, connects and helps travellers.
Do you contribute to an open source project or write a blog? Let us know. We’re interested in what you’re excited about. Here’s what we’ve been up to:
- our engineering blog: http://devops.lonelyplanet.com
- our GitHub repo: https://github.com/lonelyplanet.
The UI Designer/Developer is responsible for the growing ‘microsites’ section of our website. Working closely with the rest of the Design and Development teams
- love working with clients to design funky web pages
- know your way around Photoshop
- have mastered HTML & CSS
- can’t live without source code management (we use GitHub)
- relish working in a DevOps environment
- respect Ron Swanson (OK, this one isn’t really a requirement)
- have passion for travel and interest in building systems that connect travellers with content and each other.