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TrendyMinds needs Back End Developer

We're on the hunt for our next Back-end Developer, but not just anyone will do.

We want someone who understands the latest in back-end technology, is proficient in APIs and service integrations and also loves building interfaces using client-side JavaScript. We're searching for a bright, energetic person who can work closely with our creative and development teams to bring complex websites to life. This means we want someone with experience who can help our clients win in their competitive fields. While we are open to having this be a remote position, you’ll get bonus points from us if you live in the Indianapolis area.

Here’s a snapshot (but not all) of your technical responsibilities:

  • Is proficient in both PHP and Node.js
  • Is proficient building/utilizing APIs and integrating back-end services
  • Is proficient with module bundlers, such as Webpack, Browserify and rollup.js
  • Is proficient writing client-side JavaScript and using libraries, such as React, Vue.js, Angular and Ember
  • Has experience using Craft, ExpressionEngine, Wordpress and/or other CMS platforms
  • Has experience creating plugins for Craft, ExpressionEngine, Wordpress and/or other CMS platforms
  • Is capable of building responsive, mobile-first websites
  • Is proficient with Git and using GitHub
  • Is conscious of site performance—during initial request and on-page—and wants to decrease HTTP requests, reduce browser repaints and deliver lightning fast websites to any and all browsers
  • Understands the importance of progressive enhancement and graceful degradation
  • Is vigilant about web standards, performance, accessibility and usability
  • Is proficient researching and providing recommendations on services/technologies for various projects
  • Is capable of collaborating with the UI/UX team to build interactive prototypes
  • Can provide technical insight to designers

Here are some of your general responsibilities:

  • Be flexible enough that you can juggle multiple projects while also being focused enough to remain committed to projects that span multiple weeks to complete.
  • Be dedicated and meticulous while taking great pride in delivering the highest quality work.
  • Be comfortable providing and receiving constructive criticism with the goal of bettering everyone involved.
  • Must possess excellent troubleshooting skills.
  • Appreciate, enjoy and critique design.
  • Be able to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines.
  • Provide reliable estimates for development deliverables.
  • Communicate well both internally with other team members and externally with clients.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • At least three years of professional, post-collegiate experience
  • A B.S., B.F.A. or equivalent work experience
  • Must be a U.S. resident. Bonus points if you live in Indianapolis.

To apply:

If this all sounds right to you, please apply below. A phone call will not increase (and may decrease) your chances, so give us some time to look over your materials. If we think you might be a good fit, we’ll reach out to you.

OneTaste needs Full-stack developer and support

COME JOIN OUR TEAM!

We are looking to hire a full-stack dynamo, someone who loves the front-end, the back-end, and supporting our team. We love working together in a connected way and are excited to find someone to help build and support our tech and keep the system moving. This is a full-time position.

RESPONSIBILITIES

- Build clean webpages based on mockups (Bootstrap, Jade, Haml)

- Build new development projects, working with various teams and tools

- Maintain and update our internal platforms (Node, Django, Rails)

- Monitor and manage our production environment and platforms (Heroku, Wordpress)

- Oversee our development lifecycle, QA, etc.

- Handle IT support requests (on-boarding, off-boarding, configuration, tool support)

SKILLS

- Mastery with writing clean, consistent HTML and CSS, and mobile-first responsive design

- Extensive experience with Bootstrap or similar CSS framework

- Strong experience managing a production environment (Heroku, WPEngine)

- Strong experience managing Node, Django and Rails applications

- Strong experience managing the product development lifecycle

- Great attention to detail and the ability to handle different roles throughout the day

EXPERIENCE

- 5 or more years experience in web development, front-end and back-end

- Highly connectable and open person who is willing to change as an individual and put the bigger vision before themselves

- Able to work in a family-like environment where relationships and connection are a direct reflection of customer experience

- Able to maintain agility and flexibility in fast moving environment while staying on task and deadline

- Able to handle multiple projects in different stages

- Able to take creative direction and understand the intended outcome

- Able to effectively communicate your progress to the team

- Able to work with creatives, managers and non-technical staff

- Able to work with developers and creatives in regular development cycles

- Able and willing to work remotely

Mindojo needs Senior Product Manager

The company

Do you believe that the best education in the world should be accessible to all of the hundreds of millions of students worldwide? Do the current “e-learning” platforms feel oh-so 1990s to you? Do you think AI could, in the near future, teach humans better than most human teachers? Do you have extraordinary product management skills? Then we’re looking for you!

At Mindojo we're making ultra-premium education available to everyone, regardless of location and socioeconomic class. Within our platform students are constantly engaged in a personalised dialogue with our AI private tutor, far surpassing the efficacy of existing resources (textbooks, video or classroom lectures, and various "e-learning" products).

The Position

As a Senior Product Manager you will own the full lifecycle of several of Mindojo’s products, from ideation to plan, execution and post-release analysis. You will:

  • Collaborate with an elite team of passionate developers and designers who, like you, are avid supporters of a revolution in education.
  • Illustrate use cases, prioritize product requirements and craft specifications.
  • Work closely with designers to deliver high-end UI & UX that will delight users.
  • Manage development through day-to-day guidance and support of engineering teams.
  • Define success metrics; track, analyze and report on key performance indicators.
  • Collaborate with marketing staff on campaign optimizations that extend well into the product.
  • Manage and maintain partner relationships, delivery schedules, and change requests

This is a remote position (work from anywhere), but team members are invited to participate in company retreats we hold for a few days every few months (usually in some city/resort in Europe, all expenses paid by the company.)

For candidates with experience in leading teams of product managers, we can offer a more senior variant of this position.

Ideal candidate

  • 3+ years in web and/or mobile product management, preferably as a product lead. Proven experience of improving a working product with live audience is a must.
  • Passionate about learning and education. Experience in teaching/training people, either in person or using e-learning solutions, is a strong plus.
  • Experience with “freemium”, consumer-focused, subscription-based web products.
  • Expertly use analytics, user research and business cases to inform and/or validate decisions. Experience with Mixpanel or similar solutions.
  • Experience working in a distributed team is a strong plus.
  • Thrives in a fast-paced product development environment.
  • Has exceptional communication, analytical and problem solving skills.
  • University degree and software development experience is highly desirable. Computer Science, Engineering, Math, Physics, or similar, and/or MBA a strong plus.
  • Excellent command of English (speaking and writing).

Please attach a cover letter and references to past or current products you manage.

Apply and start working with us, and you’ll play a key part in revolutionizing education worldwide!

PDG+creative needs Interactive Developer

Overview
Do you love turning plans into reality? Can you take a scope of work description and crafting a functional deliverable in your sleep? Do you want to do more than just code for 8 hours a day? Are you capable—and willing—to provide strategic insight? Can you balance perfection with production? Are you not content quietly maintain the status quo? Is your first thought “I can figure this out” as opposed to “nope, can’t be done”? Do you believe code is art and science? Above all, do you have a passion for building awesome things? If so, keep reading.

The Interactive Developer should be an active participant in sharpening our end product, processes, and everything else in between, in order to provide the most value to our clients. And ultimately, adding value means solving problems and making a client’s life easier. This position requires strong all-around web development ability, creative thinking, problem solving skills, and a programmer’s mentality. An interactive developer must have a passion and matching drive to provide beautiful and maintainable solutions to any problem that shows its face.


Requirements

  • Not afraid of back end programming. If learning databases or for() loops scares you, don’t apply
  • Eats front end for breakfast—bring it on IE 7, responsive design, and UI events
  • Familiar with how to use a CMS and the concepts of adding custom functionality
  • Not scared of taking on basic sysadmin tasks and are willing to learn the command line
  • Lights up when it’s time for strategic planning and feedback sessions
  • Completes a programming task as efficiently as possible, building skill for next time with each experience
  • Always learning, always exploring, never settling
  • Proficient with tying in front designs to Wordpress/CMS themes


Skills and Experience

  • Comfortable with concepts of industry standard platforms (Linux, PHP, HTML/CSS/JS, SQL, Apache/Nginx, etc)
  • Familiar with object-oriented programming
  • Attention to detail
  • Knowledge of using .git for version control of projects
  • Able to communicate effectively (written and verbally), and when in doubt, over communicate.
  • Not afraid to take on a debugging challenge, even with unfamiliar code or on legacy systems
  • Not daunted by an MVC atmosphere

Charming Robot needs Web Production Designer

Hello! We're a digital product shop looking to contract a freelance web production designer for four (4) days to assist in a project. We have completed designs for a site and need help prepping the site for development. You would be working with the senior art director and existing PSDs to spec and slice to developer specifications. You will need to be familiar with the task and have a preferred spec'ing tool (SpecKing, Markly, etc).

Sound like something you can help with? Please send along a description of your background, any relevant examples to view, and your earliest availability. Added details: Can work remotely but desk available if needed. Machine & software provided on-site if desired.

OneTaste needs Web Developer

COME JOIN OUR TEAM!

We are looking for someone that loves building webpages. Landing pages, forms, navigation, content and media-heavy pages, you name it! We are excited to bring someone onto our team to help craft the next generation of our mobile and desktop experience and get our courses and content out into the world.

RESPONSIBILITIES

- Work with simple mockups and turn them into clean, functional HTML/CSS

- Build the next wave of our public and internal web properties and apps

- Guide and ensure a first-class mobile experience and guide our web properties into alignment

SKILLS

- Mastery with writing clean, consistent HTML and CSS

- Extensive experience with Bootstrap and/or similar frameworks

- Work with our team to play with metrics and analytics

- Strong experience in mobile-first responsive design

- A good design sense when implementing mockups

- Experience with HTML template languages like Jade, Haml, etc.

- Fluency with basic jQuery

- Familiarity with Wordpress

- Experience working with git, github, and a local development environment

- Experience working in the product development lifecycle

- Familiarity with building and testing email templates a major plus

EXPERIENCE

- 5 or more years experience in web development

- Highly connectable and open person who is willing to change as an individual and put the bigger vision before themselves

- Able to work in a family-like environment where relationships and connection are a direct reflection of customer experience

- Able to maintain agility and flexibility in fast moving environment while staying on task and deadline

- Able to handle multiple projects in different stages

- Able to take creative direction and understand the intended outcome

- Able to effectively communicate your progress to the team

- Able to work with creatives, managers and non-technical staff

- Able to work with developers and creatives in regular development cycles

- Able and willing to work remotely

eni needs iOS Android Developer

We are looking for an experienced iOS/Android developer to join our growing product design team. We are huge proponents of a remote working culture, and have offices in Upstate NY, Tampa, Raleigh, and NYC, but are ideally looking for someone in NYC to join our UX/Visual designer in a co-working space. You’ll be problem solving and providing creative solutions for enterprises looking to better the lives of their employees. Our core product, BalanceBenefits, is a software system designed to integrate all of the benefits offered by an employer into one simple to use platform that proactively suggests benefits based on an employee’s needs. We also have a consumer facing app, in addition to our enterprise app, that you’ll be able to dive into and work collaboratively with our designers on.

Disco needs Project Manager

Become a Project Manager at Disco

We’re looking for someone to join our small team as a full-time project manager.

Please note that at the moment, we can only accept applicants with the right to live and work in Australia (although you can be based anywhere while working with us). We'd love to have you work in Melbourne - but anywhere in Australia is a possibility!

What you’ll be doing

  • Managing the delivery of projects by working with others in the company to develop realistic schedules, facilitating development efforts, and keeping everyone on the project in the loop.
  • Onboarding and developing relationships with our wonderful clients, keeping them informed on the progress of their projects and making sure they’re happy and successful.
  • Contributing your own expertise and input on how we run projects at Disco, in order to make what we deliver to clients even more valuable.
  • Enhancing Disco’s reputation as a leading Shopify agency through community engagement, developing case studies, and other activities.

Core skills required

  • You’re a communicator, who recognises that delivering great projects require teamwork and close collaboration.
  • You’re organised and get things done.
  • You’re friendly and can empathise with other people.
  • You’re curious and like to dive deep into what you’re working on and learn new things.

Skills that are “nice to have”

  • You have had some exposure to Shopify before.
  • You have some experience working in a technical or creative agency environment.
  • You like to share and teach others, as evidenced by (for example) blogging, public speaking or running events.

Things we don’t need

  • You don’t necessarily have a degree. You could be about to complete your studies or be completely self-taught - we’re more interested in the work you can and want to produce, not a piece of paper.
  • You don’t need to be located in Melbourne! While we’d love to be able to meet you face-to-face, we know that there are great people in every corner of the globe. However, as you’ll be employed in Australia we do require that you have the right to work here.

What we offer

  • We want you to be comfortable, so we will offer you a competitive salary with leave and benefits (these will vary depending on experience and location);
  • You will have a large degree of creative freedom in how you get your job done. We’re a small company so the people we’re currently hiring will be designing the processes we use to get stuff done. Of course, we’ll make sure you’re provided with the support you need to learn and grow your skills.
  • You can design your own work hours to suit your own needs. Three day weekend? Need the mornings off for daycare dropoff? No problem.
  • We’ll support your professional development however you need, whether it’s with equipment, courses, books or conferences.

You should include these in your application:

  • A cover letter, explaining why you think you’d be a good fit for Disco and what you’d hope to do in your time with us;
  • A description of your work history (whether as a resume or LinkedIn profile);
  • Links to any online profiles you use (GitHub, Twitter, etc).

Disco needs Ruby on Rails Developer

Become a Rails Developer at Disco

We’re looking for someone to join our small team as a full-time Rails Developer.

Please note that at the moment, we can only accept applicants with the right to live and work in Australia (although you can be based anywhere while working with us).

What you’ll be doing

  • Working in small (2-3 person) teams to write and maintain Ruby on Rails Shopify applications that directly help our clients achieve success.
  • Collaborating with other developers at Disco to improve our internal frameworks and develop your own programming skills.
  • Using interaction with customers to design and implement new features on Disco’s own publicly-available Shopify applications.
  • Enhancing Disco’s reputation as a leading Shopify agency through community engagement, developing case studies, contributing to open source, and other activities.

Core skills required

  • You’re a communicator, who recognises that developing great products requires teamwork and close collaboration, not just code.
  • You have experience building web applications using Ruby on Rails.
  • You’re curious and like to dive deep into what you’re working on and learn new things.

Skills that are “nice to have”

  • You have had some exposure to Shopify, either as a merchant or as a developer.
  • You have front-end development skills, potentially having worked with things like React and Sass before.
  • You like to share and teach others, as evidenced by (for example) blogging, working on open source projects or speaking at events.
  • You have experience with other web frameworks beyond Rails (eg Django).

Things we don’t need

  • You don’t necessarily have a degree. You could be about to complete your studies or be completely self-taught - we’re more interested in the work you can and want to produce, not a piece of paper.
  • You don’t need to be located in Melbourne! While we’d love to be able to meet you face-to-face, we know that there are great developers in every corner of the globe. However, as you’ll be employed in Australia we do require that you have the right to work here.

What we offer

  • We want you to be comfortable, so we will offer you a competitive salary with leave and benefits (these will vary depending on experience and location);
  • You will have a large degree of creative freedom in how you tackle design and development problems, but we’ll provide you with all the support you need to learn and grow your skills.
  • You can design your own work hours to suit your own needs. Three day weekend? Need the mornings off for daycare dropoff? No problem.
  • We’ll support your professional development however you need, whether it’s with equipment, courses, books or conferences.

You should include these in your application:

  • A cover letter, explaining why you think you’d be a good fit for Disco and what you’d hope to do in your time with us;
  • A description of your work history (whether as a resume or LinkedIn profile);
  • Links to any online profiles you use (GitHub, Twitter, etc).

Continu needs Front-End Engineer

Continu is looking for a passionate, design driven, Front-End engineer to join our team full-time. As a Front-End Engineer at Continu, you’ll help conceive and build beautiful and functional experiences to shape our product.

About Us

At Continu, we build beautiful Learning Software for modern companies. Our product has been used by some of the worlds best brands, to engage and develop their employees. We’re a completely remote team with employees located globally.

About You

To be considered for this role, you should have:

  • At least 4+ years of relevant experience in a similar role
  • Exceptional HTML5 & CSS3 skills
  • Strong JavaScript Experience (we use Angular.js)
  • Worked in a fast paced startup environment, where you’ve worn multiple hats
  • Experience working remote - either as a fully or semi-remote team member
  • A strong eye for design and user experience
  • Worked with CSS preprocessors such as SASS and LESS
  • Built highly performant and responsive web applications
  • Know your way around design tools such as Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch and others
  • Exceptional ability to manage your time and outcomes
  • A positive, can-do attitude, willing to work alongside your fellow team members
  • Excellent communication and problem-solving skills
  • Passion for and an understanding of the problems we are solving

Bonus Points if you have

  • A background in Design
  • A bachelors degree in an applicable field
  • Experience working with mobile apps (web or native)
  • Used Semantic UI before
  • Experience with open-source projects

What you’ll do

  • Develop clean and well commented code
  • Improve the product through the development of new features, improvements and performance enhancements
  • Ensure our application can scale to support millions of users
  • Assist in conceptualizing new features and experience utilizing existing patterns within our application
  • Own and constantly contribute to our front-end development process
  • Ensure quality and high performance across all aspects of the application
  • Lead and translate design concepts into fully functional and heavily tested applications
  • Be a pixel perfectionist, striving to build out beautiful user interfaces and experiences
  • Make design related decisions that are best for the product
  • Work closely with all team members in a highly collaborative, distributed work environment
  • Develop, work on and improve our products pattern and asset library

Where you’ll work

Wherever you feel most creative – from home, a coffee shop, or a co-working space. We’re a completely remote team with employees located globally.

Customer.io needs Marketing Designer & Frontend Developer

Hey there! I’m Rachel from Customer.io! Over the next few weeks I’ll be introducing you to our company, more specifically the Marketing Team. We’re really excited to talk to you and hope to hear from you soon :)


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Customer.io's mission is to help businesses communicate with their customers like human beings, through relevance and context.

Customer.io is a behavioral messaging platform that empowers internet businesses to send tailored email (and other types of messages), based on what users are (or aren’t) doing in their product, at scale.

We’re looking for a new Ami to join the Marketing Team and own the visual design of Customer.io’s public-facing experience (outside of the product). We’d love our marketing design to exemplify this people-centric mission and amplify our product’s voice!

Left+Right needs ReactJS/Ruby on Rails Engineer

We need an experienced web developer who is attentive to detail, able to work with a small team, and able to work independently. If we find someone in Richmond, Virginia, that is preferred, but we’re more than happy working with developers from other regions if they prove to be good fit.

Requirements:

  • Solid spoken and written English.
  • Although you can work from home, you must be available to work during normal business hours (9AM – 5PM EST).
  • ReactJS
  • React Native/Mobile
  • Ruby/RoR

Highly desired skills:

  • Git
  • HTML(5)/CSS(3)
  • MySQL, postgresQL, Redis
  • Passion for new technologies and problem solving

Bonus points:

  • Responsive Development
  • Javascript/EmberJS/AngularJS
  • PHP
  • Any certifications

Responsibilities:

  • Write maintainable, scalable and cross-browser code
  • Maintain design, user experience and brand requirements throughout the development process
  • Collaborate with a team of designers and developers to build new systems and extend the functionality of existing systems
  • Advocate for best practices, great usability and exceptional quality
  • Extending existing applications with new features (including regression testing)

How to Join the Team:

Please submit anything that demonstrates the above skills and experience. Submit a resume only if you feel that you must. We would prefer a link to a portfolio, Github/Bitbucket account, and/or other public code repository. Please include desired hourly rate.

No phone calls or recruiters, please.


This is a part-time contract position with the potential for full-time employment - depending on the candidate and business needs. Starting pay based on skills and experience.

About Left + Right

Left+Right is a small but fast-growing company that specializes in providing interactive design and development services to clients of all sizes.

SitePoint needs Entrepreneur channel editor

Do you know your bootstraps from your growth hacks? SitePoint is looking for someone with strong writing and editing skills and a deep knowledge of business, marketing, start-ups and leadership for the role of Entrepreneur channel editor on SitePoint.

The role involves growing and managing a team of contributors to commission and publish articles and tutorials relevant to our audience of start-up founders, businesspeople and developers. You'll set the agenda for your channel, find new contributors, work with them to develop content ideas, perfect their written content and promote the final result among our network and the wider web.

The role involves a time commitment of at least 15 hours a week, but that can be expanded to suit your availability. You'll work remotely and have the freedom to set your own hours.

SitePoint is a hub for web developers to share their passion for building incredible Internet things. Founded by Mark Harbottle and Matt Mickiewicz in 1999, SitePoint is for web professionals, by web professionals: developers, designers, programmers, product creators and entrepreneurs alike. Since 1999, we have published more than 20,000 books and articles that help more than 10 million readers per month become better web developers. We publish articles, books, video tutorials, courses and newsletters.

Hotjar needs Product Designer (Europe)

We are looking for an ambitious and driven product designer who is passionate about creating engaging, consistent and memorable experiences. Hotjar is a rapidly growing startup that is giving thousands of website owners the tools needed to discover how their visitors are really using their website. In this role you will be iteratively improving the Hotjar user experience and helping us shape the product and company whilst growing with us.

This is an excellent remote career opportunity to join a fast growing startup in a key position and make a difference in the UX community and industry.

As a Product Designer, you will:

  • Create thoughtful and appropriate solutions to design challenges of all sizes by translating research insights into beautiful and engaging user interfaces which satisfy user needs, business requirements and technical constraints.
  • Work in one of our multi­disciplinary product teams and collaborate with our Director of Design, stakeholders and engineers in an iterative, transparent and feedback driven process.
  • Produce engaging experiences using sketches, storyboards, information architecture blueprints and prototypes to collect feedback and iteratively improve and support the design process.
  • Translate wireframes and experiences into highly-polished visual composites with attention to interaction design whilst following style and brand guidelines.

Requirements

  • A minimum of 3 years experience designing experiences for interfaces and digital SaaS products.
  • Experience designing experiences for desktops, tablets and phones.
  • Demonstrated ability creating deliverables in the research, user experience and visual design stages on the design process.
  • A passion for detail and a care for great usability and aesthetics.
  • Ability to prototype ideas quickly and iterate as many times as needed.
  • Excellent self-starter who always thinks MVP first with the ability to work in a small, startup-style, agile and fast-paced team.
  • Fluent in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Confident in your work without becoming too attached to your designs when constructive team and user feedback is put forward.
  • A strong portfolio featuring relevant work examples.
  • Must submit to a background check confidentially processed by our third party.
  • Assets: Experience using Sketch, HTML / CSS / JS development, experience working embedded in a team of developers, experience working remotely.

Hotjar needs User Interface Designer (Europe)

We are looking for an ambitious and driven user interface designer who is passionate about creating engaging, consistent and memorable experiences. Hotjar is a rapidly growing startup that is giving thousands of website owners the tools needed to discover how their visitors are really using their website. In this role you will be iteratively improving the Hotjar user experience and helping us shape the product and company whilst growing with us.

This is an excellent remote career opportunity to join a fast growing startup in a key position and make a difference in the design community and industry.

As a User Interface Designer, you will:

  • Create thoughtful and appropriate solutions to design challenges of all sizes as you design and build beautiful and engaging user interfaces according to user needs, business requirements and technical constraints.
  • Work in one of our multi­disciplinary product teams and collaborate with our Director of Design, stakeholders, engineers and other designers in an iterative, transparent and feedback driven process.
  • Translate wireframes and experiences into highly-polished visual composites with a user-centered design methodology.
  • Build browser-tested user interfaces using HTML, CSS and basic JavaScript whilst following best practices and Hotjar’s code, style and brand guidelines.

Requirements

  • A minimum of 3 years experience designing and building interfaces and digital SaaS products.
  • Experience designing interfaces for desktops, tablets and phones.
  • Experience in front-end development (HTML, CSS, basic JavaScript).
  • Demonstrated ability creating deliverables in the visual design and building stages.
  • A passion for detail and a care for great usability and aesthetics.
  • Excellent self-starter who always thinks MVP first with the ability to work in a small, startup-style, agile and fast-paced team.
  • Fluent in English with excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Confident in your work without becoming too attached to your designs when constructive team and user feedback is put forward.
  • A strong portfolio featuring relevant work examples.
  • Must submit to a background check confidentially processed by our third party.
  • Assets: Experience in UX research, wireframing and prototyping, experience working embedded in a team of developers, experience working remotely.

Venminder needs Graphic Designer (Infographics)

Venminder is looking for a Graphic Designer with specific experience in creating infographics and illustrations for a busy and exciting inbound marketing environment. The position can be held remotely.

The Graphic Designer’s main responsibility is taking the concepts and content provided by marketingto develop and design material to deliver to the firm’s subscriber base. This person should be able to "tell a story" through content that could include alot of text. The ideal candidate is able to work within tight deadlines and manage multiple projects while maintaining a positive perspective at all times. This person should be able to share a portfolio of similar work.

(Please note: This position is not suitable for someone wanting to remain as a freelancer / is not suitable for contract with an agency)

Job Responsibilities:

  • Creating fun and innovative infographics and other marketing content as needed (For example, brochures, flyers, eBooks, guides, etc.).
  • Creating custom graphics for social media to help promote events and content
  • Creating graphics or call to actions for website pages
  • Designing PowerPoint presentations and associated graphics
  • Reformatting word or excel documents to match the firm’s brand
  • Be able to drive consistency throughout all of the firm’s materials to ensure it aligns with the brand's “look and feel”
  • Assist other Venminder departments with design challenges
  • All other duties as assigned

Skills and experience required:

  • Strong infographic experience required (samples will be requested)
  • Accuracy and strong attention to detail required
  • Must provide a portfolio of previous work
  • Bachelor’s degree in graphic design or related field
  • Must have knowledge or experience working with a marketing team
  • Knowledge of design trends and print production
  • Good ability to estimate the time required for work completion
  • Strong design aesthetic and attention to detail
  • Able to self-manage multiple tasks and meet tight deadlines
  • High-level of professionalism when working with team members or external vendors

Software knowledge/experience to include:

  • Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator
  • Microsoft Office, Excel, PowerPoint
  • Experience with basic web applications, HTML and CSS a plus
  • Hubspot experience a plus
  • Video editing experience a plus

DramaFever needs UX Designer

What you'll do

  • Define and implement design strategy while working with cross-functional teams.
  • Contribute to a variety of projects, from strategy to implementation, exercising a wide range of design skills.
  • Conduct research, collect insights, and communicate findings to stakeholders.
  • Communicate ideas through flows, wireframes, and prototypes.
  • Help evolve our design process to adapt to the needs of a fast-growing team.

We’d love if you are

  • Opinionated but flexible. You're confident in your approach but able to adapt your methods and skills to the needs of a project.
  • Hungry to grow. You have a willingness to learn and embrace new challenges. You seek out opportunities to solve problems.
  • Eager to share your knowledge and push others to grow.
  • Curious. You don't take things at face value, you dig deeper and discover areas of opportunity.

What we offer

  • An incredible team of smart and supportive people.
  • Strong support towards career development. We subsidize continuing education, online courses, conferences, and workshops.
  • Competitive salaries, 401(k) matching, and flexible paid time off.
  • Health, vision, and dental benefits.
  • Catered lunches, game consoles, endless snacks, beer and cold brew on tap.


Please include a link to your portfolio and portfolio password if required.

Bandzoogle needs Front end designer

Bandzoogle builds tools that help bands succeed online. Our app powers tens of thousands of artist websites and helps them make a living by selling their music and growing their fan base. We've been "bootstrapped, profitable, and proud" since 2003 and are growing fast.

We're looking for a "designer who can code". Someone as adept in Photoshop and Sketch as they are in HTML/CSS.

In this role, you'll be responsible for the look and feel of 30k musician websites. You'll design and build new themes from scratch, manage external designers who are building on our platform, and work closely with the dev team to help improve our theming engine. There are tons of other interesting design challenges in the queue as well (revamping Bandzoogle.com, building out new products), and you'll play a key role in addressing them.

Requirements

  • A strong portfolio of live URLs that demonstrates your ability to create modern, responsive web designs.
  • Expert level HTML5/CSS.
  • Experience with SASS or LESS.
  • Experience using Git.
  • Productive in a distributed team environment. Our 20 member team is spread across Canada, Europe and the US; we work where we love to be.

GatherContent needs Designer

We’re looking for an experienced, motivated designer with front-end development skills who is excited by the thought of joining a remote-working and growing startup based in the UK.

We're a SaaS platform which helps teams organise and produce lots of website content.

You’ll be joining as the first dedicated designer for our marketing team, working alongside our other designer who works on our product. You’ll be responsible for developing our brand style, evolving our marketing website, designing physical things, supporting internal communications, designing display ads, graphics for our social channels, our resources and more. You’ll work closely with others in both our marketing and product teams.

What we can offer you:

  • Remote working- work from anywhere within the UK.
  • Family friendly- family always comes first, supported by our flexible outlook.
  • Work/life balance- we work a 35 hour week and encourage downtime and a healthy lifestyle. It’s about quality over quantity (one of our values is wellness!)
  • 32 days annual leave.
  • The chance to make a real impact on our business- We’re a small team of 17, so there is a huge opportunity for everyone to contribute, collaborate and make their mark.
  • Fun times - Even though most of us work remotely, it’s important we find time to have fun as a team. We get together at the London office every four months for a team day. Past activities include: volunteering on a city farm, mental health workshops, festive wreath making, food tours, yoga, pilates, pizza making (with a rocket scientist), cocktail making, 3D printing workshop, art and clay making workshop, chocolate truffle making, knitting workshop, bowling and wine tasting. There’s a definite eating theme!
  • Competitive salary, stock options and pension.

What we need in return:

  • Your undivided passion, energy, focus and enthusiasm for both the role and our business.
  • A self-starter attitude with experience managing and prioritising your own workload.
  • An ability to get things done quickly (whilst maintaining quality); working to a pace.
  • A team-player who works as well with others as well as individually.
  • Strong opinions, loosely held - you have no fear when it comes to contributing ideas and participating in discussions with the team. You’re also happy to take critique, self-improve and move forward fast.
  • Innovation - you need to be open and willing to adopt new ways of working. Our processes are constantly evolving and we always look to take a lean approach.
  • Customer focus - You should always be thinking, “What can I be doing to deliver more value to our customers?”
  • Leave your ego at the door. We make decisions based on what’s right for the company, no exceptions. If you can’t work this way, please don’t apply.
  • Integrity- you do the right thing and know how to set expectations
  • Direct feedback- you’re comfortable giving and receiving feedback
  • Continuous improvement- you’re always looking for ways to better yourself and company processes
  • Wellness- you live a balanced routine and avoid heroism and burnout

We’re looking for someone who:

  • Has lots of experience in designing across different platforms, from digital to print.
  • Has a strong portfolio that demonstrates your experience.
  • Is a stickler for detail and consistency, who can balance solving for now and thinking about the bigger picture.
  • Has strong visual design skills, but can strike a perfect balance between beautiful and usable.
  • Has illustration skills and is actively looking to improve them.
  • Has the ability to quickly create prototypes to communicate thoughts and ideas.
  • Has the ability to distill complex problems down into thoughtful solutions.
  • Has experience with building what they dream up in HTML, CSS and JavaScript (we also have a fantastic team who would be pleased to help here).
  • Has experience testing, iterating and improving their designs using real data.

Bonus points if you have experience:

  • Working in a marketing team for a SaaS or online product business.
  • Working in an in-house B2B product marketing team.
  • Working as part of an agile team.
  • With simple animation, video, photography, copywriting.

Responsibilities:

  • Working with the marketing team to plan and deliver design work for our website or any campaigns we have running
  • Working with our Product Designer to develop our company style guide and drive visual strategy, as well as ensuring design consistency across the entire business
  • Managing your own workload from a backlog of tasks.
  • Help us turn design into a competitive advantage.

Finer details:

  • Start date - as soon as possible (note, our hiring process can take up to two months).
  • Pay - dependent on your experience.
  • Full-time role (35 hours a week).
  • Based anywhere in the UK. This is a remote position.

Please be aware that although the position is remote, we may need you to travel to London during the interview process and will need you to come in for a team day every four months, if you’re successful. We’ll cover the costs of your travel.

Think you’re the person we’re looking for? Here’s how to apply:

Submit a cover letter with answers to the following questions;

  • Why do you want to work at GatherContent?
  • Can you share a piece of work that you’re proud of, or that you think represents an important part of your philosophy?
  • Can you tell us about a problem you’ve had to solve, and how you went about solving it?
  • Can you give us a brief description of your background (NOT a resume or CV)?

You also need to include the word ‘pomegranate’ in your cover letter to show that you’ve read the job role (this helps us weed out time wasters!)

We look forward to seeing your application.

What happens next?

We're closing applications for this position on March 30th 2017 and the interview process will then take around a month.

We review all of the initial applications, screen for technical ability, attention to detail and general suitability.

Applicants who submit successful cover letters will go through to a remote values interview. Following that, the next round involves a remote skills interview. Applicants who get through these stages will be assigned a paid homework project. If the homework assignment is successful you may then need to meet our founders in London for lunch and a chat. We’ll cover any travel expenses and are happy to fit this in around your schedule if you currently have a job.

Lastly, we will then be in touch to let you know if you are successful :)

What is GatherContent?

GatherContent is a SaaS platform which helps teams organise and produce lots of website content. The platform enhances content development workflow, saving our customers time and money.

We launched in 2012 and have bootstrapped our way to profitability.

GatherContent is used by thousands of customers all over the world including Intel, Ogilvy, JWT, Spotify and Harvard University.

GatherContent has a small office presence in London but we are remote by default. The team works from up and down the UK.



Baremetrics needs Lead UI Designer

Play a major role in the visual design and experience of Baremetrics. We're looking for a designer who's comfortable with both UI and marketing design who's aware of and able to use design to help users comprehend complex business metrics. The core of this job is data visualization and helping businesses make sense of large amounts of data

The analytics world is uptight, dry and boring. It lacks joy and personality. You're tasked with changing that. We want customers to use Baremetrics and smile. Design for marketing should tell a story and UI design should lead people towards making better business decisions. We want someone who fully understands and embraces that.

You'll be heading up the entire visual identity and experience of Baremetrics from marketing to UI to branding and everything in between.

About Baremetrics

Baremetrics is a zero-setup, one-click subscription analytics & insights company. We provide the tools and data businesses need to make solid business decisions.

Founded in 2013, we're working hard to help businesses spend less time crunching numbers and looking at spreadsheets and instead give them instant access to metrics and business insights that they need to run their businesses.

We're looking for folks who like to solve problems and build a business and product that people genuinely love to interact with.

Read about working at Baremetrics: https://baremetrics.com/jobs

What we need from you

  • Experience designing, managing and shipping real-world products
  • Strong, opinionated design skills
  • Understanding of the role interaction & animation has in a product and the ability to convey that in the design process
  • Experience making visual sense of large amounts of data (i.e. charts and graphs galore)
  • Basic working knowledge of HTML and CSS
  • Self-starter that doesn't require hand-holding

Some nice-to-have's

  • Ability to build out your design work
  • Motion/animation experience
  • Icon and illustration skills

Kollegorna needs Ruby on Rails Developer

Hello! We're a Swedish distributed digital agency spread from Santo Domingo in the west to Plovdiv in the east with our heart in Stockholm. If you love working with the web you'll love working here. With many new clients and projects coming up we're looking for a 10th member of our team.

We build stuff with Ruby on Rails, JavaScript, Go and WordPress. We work directly with end-clients as well as sub contracting for other agencies. We have no dogmatic opinion regarding specific methodologies or process and are very flexible in how we work.

Among the things we build for our clients include campaign sites (The Icebreaker Machine, Dina Risker, Spoil Movies, Save Lives), healthcare applications (Genombrott), fintech services (Vembi), e-commerce (WaterAid Giftshop, WaterAid Monthly Donator), editorial sites (Medievärlden), editorial premium content sites (Medievärlden Premium, BG Play), single sign-on solutions (Paradox Accounts) and identities (Lanneberg Bexelius).

We also do own commercial projects like The Kong Initiative (online snowboard store), GPX.io (show off your activities in a simple way) and Releasefest (a Swedish ProductHunt of sorts).

And of course we contribute to open source with project such as active_hash_relation, activeadmin-logins, rspec_api-helpers, middleman-boilerplate but also with in the form of blogposts from our labs site.

What it's like working here

  • You have big opportunities to influence your job and how we work.
  • You'll enjoy a creative and smooth work environment.
  • We're the best colleagues.
  • No relocation needed. Remote work = OK. We have our HQ in Stockholm but you're free to work from wherever you want within the Milky Way.
  • As we're an international team English is the lingua franca internally. We also speak Swedish, Portuguese, Spanish, Greek, Slovak, French, Bulgarian and Lithuanian…
  • Leave no colleague behind! You'll never end up on a long-term contract on your own at some clients' office.
  • 25 days of paid vacation every year.
  • Personal Development Days – Every sixth week everyone is free to choose an area in which to boost their skills over three days: Thursday, Friday and Monday.
  • Company Development Days – When we feel it's necessary to learn new stuff we take time off to do that. How often and how long varies. On the Company Development Days we pick a mutual thing to learn in contrast to the Personal Development Days where you pick freely what you want.
  • Overtime is our enemy and should not exist. You work 9-5, 8–4, 10–6 or whatever suits you. If you can't stop building stuff then go do good deeds in open source!
  • Workload: Every year has 224–229 work days depending on what days the Swedish national holidays occur. Out of these approx 170 will be spent on client work, since the following days are excluded: 25 vacation days, 22 personal development days and 5–10 days conference/training days.
  • Health/fitness benefits (up to 3000 SEK/year), insurance, doctors appointments during work. Staying healthy is vital to do a good day's work.
  • Pension savings following Swedish standards ITP1/ITP2. This amounts to 4,5% of your monthly salary.
  • Company trips. We love travelling the world and make sure to go somewhere at least one time per year.
  • Up to 350 SEK (approx €38, $40 or £30) each month to spend on stuff that makes you a better designer or developer. Upgrade your GitHub account? Play around with a VPS on Digital Ocean? Pro account on CodePen? Fill your ebook reader with an unhealthy amount of ebooks? It's your choice.
  • Your own stapler. To avoid fires.
  • A Mac or whatever computer you prefer that runs OS X or Linux.
  • Enjoy working the finest tools of the trade such as Slack, Trello, Quip, GitHub, Harvest and Basecamp. Among the things powering us are Heroku, Codeship, Honeybadger, New Relic and Skylight. Read more about how we work.
  • Human love not enough for you? Kobot, our friendly company robot, will be there for you 24/7. (Here's a list of some of the things he can do.)

About you

  • You're a true professional who loves what you're doing.
  • You have a chronic thirst for knowledge and want to be a leading force in your field.
  • You realize that you have super powers and want to use them together with us for a better world.
  • You have at least 3 years of experience.
  • You have nice manners and attitude towards your colleagues

Your role

As a Ruby on Rails expert you will be working in multidisciplinary teams building web apps. You'll be involved from concept to final product.

Most important skills

  • Expert knowledge about Ruby on Rails and Rack
  • Design Patterns and fluency in OOP
  • Know how to write efficient tests (RSpec/Minitest/Capybara etc)
  • Good knowledge of databases (PostgreSQL/MongoDB/Redis etc)
  • Knowledge of APIs and REST principles

Bonus skills

Having some knowledge within some of these fields impresses us even more:

  • JavaScript frameworks: JQuery, EmberJS, React, React Native
  • Go
  • Elixir or other functional programming language
  • Crystal

Applying for this job

Submit your application to jobs@kollegorna.se.

We expect your application to include:

  • Personal letter
  • CV
  • References (both projects and persons)
  • Links to professional services such as GitHub, Stack Overflow, CodePen, LinkedIn, Dribbble
  • Links to social services such as Twitter, Facebook
  • Link to your homepage and/or portfolio
  • When you can start
  • Salary expectations

Recruiters: We're not interested in getting any suggestions from you for this position. Thank you.

Agencies: This is a full time employment only so we're not interested in collaborations at this point.

Questions?

Contact Per Sandström
per@kollegorna.se

Revolution Messaging needs Jr. Front End Web Developer

Revolution Messaging is hiring a Front-End Developer to join our full-service digital agency. We are a politically-progressive technology firm that works with campaigns, organizations and nonprofits. As the newest member of our team, you will be responsible for working closely with our designers while building custom websites, as well as contributing to large projects with our distributed technology team.

About You

You have a deep understanding of the latest html and css specifications, strong knowledge of Javascript (not just the frameworks), and the ability to develop websites and apps in a modular way. You are detail oriented and have a passion for clean, semantic code.

  • You’re familiar and comfortable building websites using WordPress, SCSS and straight html/css/js.
  • You’re unafraid of working with static-site builders, new templating engines or code-compilers
  • You enjoy learning from your team and are equally happy to give or receive feedback.
  • WordPress CMS knowledge
  • Comprehensive knowledge of html/css independent of frameworks like Twitter bootstrap.
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Javascript. JS frameworks are tools and not crutches.
  • Comfortable working with version control and collaborating on the same repo as your teammates.

Responsibilities

  • Work with a distributed team to meet tight deadlines and manage multiple projects and timelines.
  • Develop websites independently or as part of a team in a modular and mobile first fashion.
  • Primarily work with the WordPress CMS using gulp as your task runner and SCSS for preprocessing.
  • Secondarily work with next-gen frameworks and compilers to build headless and hybrid websites.
  • Communicate clearly with project liaisons, teammates and clients
  • Work closely with interaction and web designers to adhere to design specs
  • optimize code and vector graphics for performance.

Preferred But Not Required

  • Advanced knowledge of SCSS
  • Experience working within vagrant or similar virtual environments
  • Familiarity with task runners like gulp and grunt
  • JS frameworks (Angular, React, Express, etc.)
  • Ruby & Ruby on Rails
  • Middleman/Jekyll
  • Drupal
  • WordPress Plugin Authoring

About Revolution Messaging

Revolution Messaging, founded in 2009, in Washington, D.C. by key members of the 2008 Obama campaign, is a leader in cutting-edge progressive strategies for a digital world. Our clients include government agencies, nonprofit groups, unions and political campaigns and candidates. Revolution Messaging specializes in a bevy of in-house digital strategies, including mobile, advertising, social media, video, creative, fundraising and web development.

Revolution Messaging is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is Revolution Messaging’s policy to recruit, hire, train and promote individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, length of time spent unemployed, as well as other classifications protected by applicable laws.

Perks

You won’t need to work from our office, but if you so choose, we are headquartered in Washington, D.C. Our geographically distributed team gets together for face-to-face meetings every 6 to 12 months. In addition to a great work environment, we offer a comprehensive range of benefits. Some of these are:

  • Medical and dental plan
  • 15 days paid time off per year
  • Your birthday off (16th paid day off)
  • Cost-splitting for conferences
  • 401k
  • Laptop (We’re a Mac shop.)
  • Competitive salary and bonus compensation based on individual performance

Please send a resume, a few lines about yourself, links to your github and production websites you’ve contributed to along with your salary requirements to webdev@revolutionmessaging.com.

Please note: We can only accept US-based applicants.

Revolution Messaging is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is Revolution Messaging’s policy to recruit, hire, train and promote individuals without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, length of time spent unemployed, as well as other classifications protected by applicable laws.

Precision Nutrition needs Web | WordPress Developer

What You Get To Do

  • Your life’s work. Use your WordPress, HTML, CSS and jQuery skills to grow our audience and make a difference in the lives of thousands of people every day. You’ll do this by working with our marketing and growth team, copywriters and designers to develop web pages that people can’t resist.
  • You’ll get to develop variations of sales pages and new lead capture landing pages, develop responsive pages and update and maintain our website. You do this with the cleanest code, that’s cross-browser compatible and on brand.
  • Have balance in your life. You get to work from home. Without a commute, you get to dive right into your personal life. You get to spend more time with family and friends, doing the things you love to do.
  • Our Ideal Candidate

  • Is experienced. You’re a bright, talented front end dev and have a few years of experience with WordPress, HTML, CSS and jQuery. You know how to build for mobile devices versus just poorly adapt, and code and test responsive HTML emails. If there’s something you don’t know, you’re willing to learn.
  • Is thorough. You are careful, conscientious and incredibly meticulous; you have an extremely high attention to detail. Yet, you don’t let it hold you back by getting bogged down.
  • Is collaborative. You like being part of a team that is respectful of each other, even in the face of disagreement. In fact, we encourage disagreement - it almost always results in a better approach. You proactively share information that the marketing team and designers need to move their work forward and likewise, you ask for info when you need it. When you have an opinion, you share it - we may not always integrate it, but we do value every one’s input equally.
  • Doesn’t mind repetition. You know the importance of our site performing well across browsers, browser versions and mobile devices and you don’t mind testing them all out to be sure everyone can access our content.
  • Owns the clock. You’re highly organized, know how to prioritize, adapt quickly when the scope changes, because it often will, and thrive in a fast-paced environment with tight deadlines.
  • Is flexible. You aren’t married to your ideas and you can shift gears easily when things change. You don’t sweat the small stuff and are focused on the bigger picture.
  • Welcomes feedback. You consider feedback a useful tool that gives you opportunity to learn, grow and benefit the project. You don’t view it as an attack.
  • Works hard to make a difference. This isn’t just another website. You get to work on interesting projects and solve complex problems that transform people’s lives. You’re proud of the work you do and you’re willing to do whatever it takes to get it done.
  • Likes to help out. It’s not all about you. Whenever a team member needs a hand, you make time for them, and they do the same for you.
  • Is self-motivated and can work independently. Once you are confident in what you need to do, you can run with it and don’t need a lot of direction. You are a self-starter and prefer mentorship over management. You have a thirst for learning and applying the latest and greatest so that you can continually hone your craft.
  • Has worked remotely. You are highly organized, have strong self-structure and discipline and have worked remotely either currently or in the past so you know the benefits and the challenges.
  • Knows that we really mean what we say. Being part of our team is a privilege. Yep, that’s a bold statement. Not only do you have to have the skills, you need to be a great fit for the team and care about what we do. So, if it feels like we’re putting you through the wringer during the hiring process, it’s because we want to find the right person who gets it and really wants to be here.
  • NewCity needs Senior Designer

    NewCity, an interactive agency in Blacksburg, Virginia, is looking for a senior designer. You will work daily with our design and development staff, as well as our clients, to bring new ideas to life.

    The Company

    NewCity is a 21 year-old, 30 person firm, working in a highly collaborative, low-ego environment to create digital experiences for the real world. We ask big questions, dream big dreams, but at the end of the day we build things that work. Our culture is can-do, roll-up-your-sleeves, I’ve got your back and you’ve got mine. We’re constantly learning, experimenting and reinventing NewCity.

    We’re organized around seven key disciplines: user experience, visual design, content strategy, development, digital marketing and analytics, project management and business development. Our project teams are made of people from each discipline.

    The Job

    As a Designer at NewCity, you will

    • help clients explore how their brand will work in digital, sometimes developing new brand identities in the process.
    • craft both the user interface and look & feel of our clients’ digital presence, working as part of 3-4 project teams at a time.
    • work with the rest of our team to move NewCity’s creative approach forward.
    • participate in some sales pitches to prospective clients.
    • travel occasionally to work on-site directly with clients, usually not longer than 2-3 days at a time.

    We prefer for you to work here in the Blacksburg office (good face-to-face time, plus Blacksburg is pretty amazing!) but will consider remote for the right fit. This position requires regular travel within the United States, so unfortunately we cannot consider remote applicants who live outside the U.S.

    We offer competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.

    You

    • You’ve got the digital experience (at least 5 years) to know what really works, but you’re not afraid to break things to make them better. This includes familiarity with responsive design.
    • You’ve demonstrated design leadership as part of a multi-disciplinary team, working with researchers, developers, writers and others.
    • You like sharing what you learn and helping others excel.
    • Experience with human-centered design methods is a huge plus.

    The Clients

    If you review our portfolio, you’ll see a lot of work in higher education. It represents about 70% of our work each year. We love working with colleges and universities. It’s a dynamic, constantly changing space that always presents fresh challenges. The rest of our work is mainly with non-profits and B2B corporations. Roughly half our work each year is with repeat clients.

    Our clients say there’s nothing cookie-cutter in our portfolio. They say we capture the unique DNA of their brand. That’s huge for us. You’ll be instrumental in helping us continue to do that.

    Equal Opportunity

    Equal Employment Opportunity has been, and will continue to be, a fundamental principle of NewCity. As an equal opportunity employer, employment is based upon personal capabilities, qualifications and performance. NewCity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability or any other legally protected status.

    We’re eager to bring more people onto our team who make us richer with their differences. Our industry has historically seen lower participation from minorities, but it’s something we want to help change.

    Harvest needs Product Designer

    About Harvest

    Harvest is an independent software company making tools that help businesses run more smoothly. For the past 11 years, our customers have relied on our products as a critical part of their day-to-day operations. They’re the reason we’re still in business and our product decisions are driven by their needs.

    The Harvest team started as a team of 3 and grew slowly to today’s current total of 51 lovely faces. Though we have an office in NYC, we hire the best people for the job no matter where they may call home. We’ve been working as a remote team since the beginning and we work hard to make sure everyone feels included and heard.

    Product Design at Harvest

    Whether we’re working to improve an older feature or adding something new, our product design team is responsible for the entire lifecycle of the process. We’re asked to lead customer research, determine areas of improvement or need for new features, design functional solutions, oversee implementation, and make sure our work tells a story. On any given day, we may find ourselves working with any team at Harvest—from customer support and marketing to engineering and ops.

    Though keeping our team small has made for meaningful design work, lately we’ve found ourselves stretched thinner than we’d like to be. We feel that an experienced product designer will give us some breathing room and bring some new ideas to the table.

    What We’re Looking For

    These are the qualities we consider most important in a candidate:

    • Communication. Much of our team collaboration happens in asynchronous, written mediums. Whether you’re sharing design rationale or giving constructive feedback, your words speak their meaning clearly and effectively.
    • Experience. This isn’t an entry level job and your work isn’t theoretical. Your designs have seen real world use by actual humans.
    • Leadership. It’s not enough to bring good ideas to the table. Our designers rally support from their teammates and lead projects to completion.
    • Pragmatism. You’ve got a history of making design decisions that eschew trends, instead focusing on the people who will use your work.
    • Respect. We all come to the table with different worldviews and experiences, but we can debate ideas because we share the goal of shipping the best possible solutions.
    • Humor. We try to have fun together because, after all, it’s just a job.

    You’ll notice we didn’t mention:

    • Tools. We don’t care if you’re the kind of designer that mocks things up in a browser or prefers pixel perfect PSDs or Sketch files. The results are what matter.
    • Process. Likewise, we work the way that makes the most sense on a given project. We’re open to new approaches and so are you.

    Event Collab LLC needs Front-end developer

    Front-End Web Developer (UI, HTML5, CSS3, SVG, Sass)

    We are looking for a front-end web developer, proficient in HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript that will work with our team to build out the UI for new features in our web application. They should have a good working knowledge of modern frameworks, libraries, and toolsets including AngularJS, Bootstrap 3, and Material Design. They will have the opportunity to contribute to the implementation of best practices in UI and design for a modern web app. Creativity in solving problems and willingness to research the best solutions for a given design or function are expected.

    Responsibilities range from design, coding, implementation, testing and debugging of the front-end and working with other front-end (node.js, angular) and back-end developers (php and Postgres, RESTful API) to take our app to the next level.

    What we are looking for:

    This position is ideal for an experienced front-end web developer with strong development and problem solving skills and significant experience using front-end web technologies and UI frameworks to develop beautiful, responsive, and progressive web applications. This position requires using current approaches to UX -- incorporating Material Design and implementation, motion and animation in the UI, and responsive design principles that ensure accessibility, and the use of the JavaScript/CSS related technologies and libraries. Experience with graphical design is a plus.

    This is a fully remote position. Work-time schedules are flexible and we require at least 40hrs week (available daily overlap 4-6 hrs weekdays between 8 am to 5 pm CST) for reviewing progress and team discussions. Team communication via Slack, Google chat/hangout and email.

    Requirements:

    • A Portfolio of completed projects that demonstrates design skills (provide links)
    • Work remotely and manage deadlines effectively
    • Strong front-end development skills including HTML5, CSS3, Javascript
    • Experience with animation in HTML Canvas and SVG
    • Familiar with AngularJS, Bootstrap 3, Material Design
    • Git version control
    • Based in North America (UTC -5 to -8)

    Pluses:

    • Prior experience with design development of Web Applications (additional frameworks & libraries)
    • Familiarity with Github repository
    • Experience with Grunt and unit testing

    We offer:

    Be part of a small fun creative team, remote work, flexible hours, challenging new project making use of the latest web technologies.

    App Stack: Laravel (php), Postgresql with AngularJS/Bootstrap 3, custom MD.





    O'Reilly Media needs Software Engineer, Front End

    Platform Software Engineer (Front End)

    About O'Reilly Media

    O’Reilly’s mission is “changing the world by sharing the knowledge of innovators.” For over 30 years, we’ve been helping people learn new skills, track significant new technologies, and build careers in technology and business. This extends to our employees: we have a long and proud history of encouraging and enabling the people who work here to take advantage of O’Reilly’s resources and network to keep learning, take on new challenges, and build careers.

    About Your team: Platform Engineering supports O’Reilly Media’s premier training service, which is used by technologists, managers, and designers around the world to hone their skills and improve their craft. We are made of many small teams that are broadly distributed across the US, featuring tightly collaborative groups of developers, designers, and product managers constantly encouraging each other to deliver work that instills pride and fulfillment. The women and men of our platform team have taken many traditional and non-traditional paths to the developer profession, and we are bound together by a mutual love for what we can do to transform the professional lives of others.

    Our team is located in the United States. We happily support a variety of employees who connect remotely from the Pacific Northwest, New England, and the Midwest, as well as those who come into our offices in Boston or Sebastopol, CA but we cannot offer fulltime employment to others who live and operate outside of the United States.

    About the Job:

    O’Reilly Media is looking for a Front End Engineer well versed in Javascript, React, Backbone, and Sass who can join our teams in Platform Engineering to extend the features that our subscribers rely on to learn new things and be better at what they do. Our back end is built on Django with APIs constructed via django-rest-framework. Front end engineers are called upon to handle several responsibilities in their day-to-day, including but not limited to:

    • Work with designers, product managers, back end developers, and QA to implement UI experiences that will engage and delight our users.
    • Collaborate with customer service and other business teams in triaging and resolving interface bugs.
    • Provide code review for peer developers in a helpful, respectful, and insightful manner
    • Share ownership of the Javascript architecture
    • Work closely with other front-end developers to ensure a consistent and uniform approach based on our shared design principles.

    You:

    • Minimum of 3 years real-world experience of demonstrable code shipment
    • Demonstrable experience with test driven development
    • Opinionated, pragmatic, and open-minded when it comes to code conventions
    • Familiarity with concepts from the various JS frameworks such as Spine, Knockout, Ember, Angular, etc. as well as CSS preprocessors (specifically Sass).
    • Experience with git (or version control system concepts)
    • Proven real-world experience with mobile web development
    • Experience with testing, particularly JS unit tests and Selenium inside a large JS code-base
    • Knowledge of Django and Python is important

    Minimum Requirements:

    • 3 years of experience working in a software development team, supporting a database-driven commercial or community web application with an active user base
    • Extensive experience with JavaScript and JavaScript libraries -- specifically Backbone, React, and jQuery
    • Fluency with HTML5, CSS3, and CSS Preprocessors (Sass, Compass, Bourbon, Susy)

    Creative Commons needs Director of Product Engineering

    The universe of openly licensed content is massive and growing, and we want to light it up — make it more discoverable, usable, and connected. This is the opportunity: to build products and services — both standalone and within our partner platforms — that will bring the commons to life with greater use, re-use, and contribution. Our first project to realize this goal will be CC Search.

    There is no “front door” to the commons, and with over 1.1 billion works on platforms all over the world on over 9 million websites, the tools people need to curate, share, and remix works aren’t yet available. We launched the CC Search beta on February 7, 2017, indexing about 1 percent of the commons, and a focus on images as a first media type. We have had a great initial response and positive media coverage. But we have so much more to do to reach the scale of our ambition.

    This project will unite billions of records for works and metadata, multiple platforms, diverse media types, and a variety of user communities and partners. It’s a difficult but rewarding problem for an inspired and creative leader. We want to build this product with a small dev team as part of an open community, and create something useful, delightful, and essential to the work of creators, educators, scientists, cultural institutions, and our partners.

    Primary Responsibilities

    The Director of Product Engineering reports to the CEO and will lead the development and implementation of CC's products and services. You’ll be responsible for the CC Search roadmap and the review and enhancement of existing tools to ensure their successful adoption on the web. This is a rare opportunity to lead within an organization that is fundamental to sharing online, operating at a global scale. The successful candidate will lead a technical team to meet the needs of this vital organization, and to build a more vibrant, usable global commons, powered by collaboration and gratitude.

    We believe that diverse teams build better organizations and better services. Applications from qualified candidates from all backgrounds, including those from under-represented communities, are very welcome.

    The Director of Product Engineering leads the technology team to:

    • Develop, lead and implement an ambitious product strategy, including a product and service roadmap for CC Search and other relevant services. Lead a small team aligned with our goal of a more vibrant, usable commons powered by collaboration and gratitude
    • Attract and oversee a small team of software developers and UX designers to build innovative, robust software both for CC use and for public release
    • Work in the open, in public repositories, open chat rooms, public wikis and a global community
    • Work with the CEO and Director of Development to seek funding for CC’s various technical projects
    • Represent the organization and provide technical leadership within various open communities and with CC partners. Coordinate with other outside communities, companies, and institutions to further Creative Commons’ mission, for example: W3C, non-profit communities like EFF, Open Knowledge, and Wikipedians, and the open data, open access, library, and open education communities

    Qualifications and requirements

    • Proven team and product leadership, and an entrepreneurial spirit: a collaborative, motivated self-starter
    • Demonstrated experience building and deploying large scale web services; experience on mobile is a plus
    • Ability to identify and scope user requirements and develop specifications
    • Excellent management, written, and oral communication skills
    • Familiarity with content licensing including Free/Open licenses a plus
    • Familiarity with consumer privacy
    • Fluent in one of Spanish, Arabic, or French (in addition to English) a plus
    • Desire to work in a diverse, global, highly collaborative team environment

    Work Environment and Location

    Creative Commons is a distributed organization. This position is available to applicants in Canada and the US, in a remote working environment, provided they have high-speed broadband access, and reasonable mobility for necessary travel including annual CC Summits and 2-3 in-person staff meetings annually. Laptop/desktop computer and necessary resources are supplied.


    About CC

    Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. We are a leader in the global movement for free culture and open knowledge with an affiliate community in 85 countries. Our free, easy-to-use copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work — from “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.” The first phase of CC’s work was about establishing the licenses as standard, and growing the archive. The next phase will establish a more vibrant, usable commons powered by collaboration and gratitude. Today, the global commons stands at over 1.1 billion licensed works, made up of photos, video, audio, datasets, open textbooks, research, 3D models, and more.

    Creative Market needs Back-end Engineer

    Help independent creators make a living doing what they love! Every day, thousands of customers use Creative Market to buy ready-to-use design content (fonts, graphics, templates, website themes, 3d models, etc) directly from top designers around the world.

    We now have three million members and over one million products in our marketplace. And just last year, a shop hit over $1 million in sales. Join the team to help us continue our meteoric growth. Your work will be used by millions of people every month.

    As a back-end product engineer, you'll work on a team of talented individuals working closely together to shipping the best possible product. You'll be tasked with delivering great features that perform at scale.

    Based in San Francisco. Remote opportunities available.

    TrendyMinds needs Front End Developer

    We're on the hunt for our next Front-end Developer, but not just anyone will do.

    We’re looking for a candidate who is passionate about building fast, accessible, modular and responsive websites—whether that’s using HTML, CSS or JavaScript. We want someone who understands the latest in front-end technology. We're searching for a bright, energetic person who can work closely with our creative and development teams to bring complex websites to life. This means we want someone with experience that can help our clients win in their competitive fields. While we are open to having this be a remote position, you’ll get bonus points from us if you live in the Indianapolis area. No recruiters please.

    Here’s a snapshot (but not all) of your technical responsibilities:

    • Is proficient in HTML, CSS and JavaScript
    • Is proficient building responsive, mobile-first websites
    • Is proficient building client-side applications using libraries such as React, Vue.js, Angular and Ember
    • Is proficient with module bundlers, such as Webpack, Browserify and rollup.js
    • Knows how to scale HTML, CSS and JavaScript as websites grow exponentially
    • Is familiar with front-end patterns, such as BEM and object-oriented CSS
    • Has experience with Craft, ExpressionEngine, Wordpress and/or other CMS platforms
    • Is comfortable writing and debugging PHP
    • Is proficient with Git and using GitHub
    • Is conscious of site performance—during the initial request and on-page—and wants to reduce HTTP requests, browser repaints and deliver lightning fast websites to any and all browsers
    • Understands the importance of progressive enhancement and graceful degradation
    • Is vigilant about web standards, performance, accessibility and usability
    • Is capable of collaborating with the UI/UX team to build interactive prototypes
    • Has intermediate knowledge of Adobe Photoshop
    • Can provide technical insight to designers

    Here are some of your general responsibilities:

    • Be flexible enough that you can juggle multiple projects while also being focused enough to remain committed to projects that span multiple weeks to complete.
    • Be dedicated and meticulous while taking great pride in delivering the highest quality work.
    • Be comfortable providing and receiving constructive criticism with the goal of bettering everyone involved.
    • Must possess excellent troubleshooting skills.
    • Appreciate, enjoy and critique design.
    • Be able to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines.
    • Provide reliable estimates for development deliverables.
    • Communicate well both internally with other team members and externally with clients.

    Here’s what you’ll need:

    • At least three years of professional, post-collegiate experience
    • A B.S., B.F.A. or equivalent work experience
    • Must be a U.S. resident. Bonus points if you live in Indianapolis.

    To apply:

    If this all sounds right to you, please apply below. A phone call will not increase (and may decrease) your chances, so give us some time to look over your materials. If we think you might be a good fit, we’ll reach out to you.