Why we’re hiring a Front-End Developer
Simple: We’re growing.
Growing because of great clients and a great team. Growing because we chose to grow and not because we have to. Growing because our upcoming projects will make us a better agency and a better team.
No two Front-end Developer jobs are the same.
To us, a front-end developer is someone who can turn a great design into a great experience. That means the entire browser experience, the full front-stack. And above all, someone who can deliver beautifully efficient, clean code.
You know the kind of code that’s so clean you want to bottle it and drink it as you write more beautiful code? Code that’s better than a double rainbow, better than http://tr.im/4hlgm, better than… That’s what we want. That’s what you want. We can make that happen.
Who are we?
What the website won’t tell you.
We’re currently looking to add 1-2 full-time front-end developers to our team to work on a variety of startup and entrepreneurial projects for our clients. We’re a virtual company, so the work is 100% telecommute with benefits.
YASL (Yet Another Skills List):
- Responsive layouts — Everything we do is fully responsive
- CSS — Sass / Compass / Bourbon / Bourbon Neat
- HTML5 — Clean, semantic, valid HTML
- JS — Coffeescript / jQuery
- WordPress — Themes / Configuration / ACF / Gravity Forms
- UI / UX — Experience and passion to create beautiful work
- QA — Eye for detail and pixel-perfection
- Portfolio — Examples of start-to-finish development for beautiful web apps and marketing sites
- Client Communication — An ability and willingness to engage clients directly, and brainstorm solutions / problem solve
- Collaboration — Self-motivated with the ability to work independently and with a team
- Agile — Comfortable with soliciting, accepting and managing feedback on a weekly basis within an agile workflow
- Continuous Learning — Enjoys learning in a company that values personal growth and knowledge
- Some type of non-coding, human-like interests
How to apply
. Send us what you think we’d like to see. It keeps things interesting that way.
Please, no recruiters or agencies. As much as we’d like to like you, you’re just not our type.