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A small agency looking for one an off-the-wall, happy-go-lucky Front End Web Developer who eats code for breakfast! We are just kidding on the last part (like seriously, you can’t eat code, that’s just silly!).
We are a small distributed agency based out of Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Our last year we have taken simple ideas and transformed them into working prototypes and we want to continue this trend to grow some awesome products.
We want someone who is interested in working with some new ideas, and taking on some projects that need some front end love! Our focus is long term, but will be starting you out on a project by project basis until we feel there is synergy in how we work.
Our ideal candidate:
Is focused on completing projects with integrity and clean code.
Doesn’t mind bringing a little ideas of their own to the mix. We like to experiment!
Has component based architecture in mind. Welcome to 2018 of front end frameworks. We like to keep it DRY!
Is open to atomic design workflows and pattern libraries. Work smart, not hard!
User experience is what you think about.
Current technologies experience we are looking in:
Polymer 2/3 - We are going PWA!
HTML / HTML5
CSS / CSS3 (Knowledge with CSS Architecture/Strategies +++)
Angular 1 and 2 (Have only experimented with React)
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What type of tasks:
Currently we have a few projects that require small touches with with css styling and tackling bug functionality. You’ll be responsible for completing the markup from our designs and giving input into our project structure and pattern libraries we currently use for internal projects.
12 freelancers are bidding on average $22/hour for this job
I've been working with Polymer daily for the past few months, been using it since it was presented by Eric Bidelman at I/O 13. Why don't you tell me what you need? I'll provide you with an estimate. Many thanks, Dom