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Home Automation System for Global A+ Consumer Electronics Company

We are building the mobile app and web portal for the home automation system of one of the biggest global names in consumer electronics. This is an amazing, high-visibility project that will leave a huge mark on any Freelancer's CV or portfolio.

It is a 6-month full-time (30-40 hr/week) assignment that will be easily extended to 2 years, and more.

We are looking to extend our international Team with:

- 2 x Web Developers

- 2 x Mobile Developers

- 1 x Web/Mobile UX Designer

- 2 x QA Engineers.

We need people with at least 3 years experience, preferably 5, working in web or app development. We would prefer people with at least 2 years of *demonstrable* track record working with Angular 2+, React and React Native. Prior experience with with IoT and automation system is a plus.

The ideal UX Designer will have at least 3 years experience working with user-centric design for web and mobile and knowledge of interaction design, usability testing and at least two major UI design tools (Adobe After Effects/XD, Axure, Sketch, Figma, UX Pin, etc.). Again, prior experience with with IoT and automation system is a plus.

Skills: Angular.js, React Native, React.js, Typescript, User Experience Design

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Project ID: #19279842