Here’s a snapshot (but not all) of your technical responsibilities:
We assume that a person with your experience has handled a website launch or two in your life, but just to clarify, here are some things we keep in mind when reviewing your application:
What does this mean? We do want to see your portfolio of web work and we also want to know that you’re familiar with the tools and thinking we apply to our work:
- Front-end patterns, such as BEM, Atomic Design and object-oriented CSS
- Frameworks, such as React and Vue.js
- Templating tools, such as Twig, JSX and Handlebars
- Module bundlers, such as Webpack, Browserify or Parcel
- PHP-based CMS platforms, such as Craft, ExpressionEngine and Wordpress
- Git and GitHub
Get with the program.
While our solid team of UI/UX designers design things that people will gush over, the more you have a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and/or Sketch, the better. From time to time, we might ask you to provide technical insight to our web team.
Nerd out with data and process.
Know how to scale websites as they increase in traffic and complexity, and understand the importance of progressive enhancement and graceful degradation.
Be a catalyst.
Be vigilant about web standards, performance, accessibility and usability by researching and providing recommendations on services/technologies for various projects. We’ll also want you to be cognizant of site performance and speed, including best practices for reducing HTTP requests, browser repaints and mobile overhead.
You should be able to handle multiple projects and deadlines while also being focused enough to remain committed to those that span multiple months.
You should be able to show how you think in development as it relates to UI/UX. Show us what you’ve been working on!
Yeah, we want you to be able to figure it out, whatever “it” is.
Our clients come to us because we care about making them look amazing in their customers' eyes. Show us that you know what people like.
Start to finish.
You can go from brainstorming with the team to delivering thoughtful mock-ups for all digital platforms. You can see a project through to completion, no matter what obstacles stand in your way. Stick to budget. Not only are you wise with our clients’ money, you also know how to accurately quote your work.
Don’t procrastinate. Initiate.
You know how to suggest and spearhead development. Here, your ideas matter. We expect you to put them into action when you see an unfulfilled need.
Play on a team.
Participate in internal meetings on behalf of client accounts—and be willing to jump into the fray when help is needed. We expect you to follow our standards while working in the pipeline with other team members, including the UI/UX team.
If you have a great personality, enjoy cracking difficult problems and are an all-around team superstar, you’ll go far with our agency. If you're wondering what makes TrendyMinds a great place to work, check out some of the perks here. Join us!
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.