Front-End Developer

Posted on 21/02/2018 — 5 years ago  |   Part-Time


United States, Florida

  • Job #WPHIRE001754

We’re on the lookout for self-starters who thrive on delivering great client experiences built with creative thinking, expertise, and fine craftsmanship.


  • Be a consultant to our clients by leading discussions to identify front-end technologies or techniques that would enhance the user experience or project maintainability.
  • Collaborate with visual and user experience designers on wireframes, interactive prototypes, and production-ready web experiences.
  • Evaluate design deliverables for build feasibility and provide constructive feedback to internal, clientside, and third-party designers, user experience designers, and project managers.
  • Transform visual comps into rich web interactions that are fluidly responsive, performant, semantic, and accessible.
  • Perform cross-browser testing and remediation for front-end performance and visual quality assurance.
  • Partner with UX designers, web engineers and managers to move a project through development and launch.


  • At least three years experience with front-end engineering, web development, web engineering, or a similar field.
  • Strong understanding of HTML and CSS (Sass) including cross-browser compatibility and accessibility implications.
  • Ability to write front-end JavaScript to enhance the user experience and integrate with APIs.
  • Code portfolio. Link us to your GitHub account, upload a .zip, or both (original files are helpful to get a sense of your PHP code structure and file organization).
  • Proven ability to transform a static comp into a website from the ground up.
  • Being collaborative, self-motivated, and an “always-learning” person, excited to create great web experiences.
  • Basic understanding of ad implementations both on desktop and mobile.

Good to Have

  • Experience with coding PHP, specifically for WordPress as a platform, including custom post types, taxonomies, and use of WordPress beyond typical “blog” use cases.
  • Experience with a JavaScript MVC-style framework (E.g. Backbone.js).
  • Experience with living style guides, atomic design, or component-based design.
  • Experience with Sketch and/or Adobe Creative Suite.
  • Design experience or formal design education.
  • Remote working experience appreciated.
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