Webflow Developer

Employer: Emerson Croft
Domain:
  • IT Software
  • Job type: full-time
    Job level: 1 - 5 years of experience
    Location:
  • nationwide
    Updated at: 01.10.2020
    Short company description

    We are a Silicon Valley recruitment firm that powers companies used daily by millions of users. We work out of offices on 3 continents, with the majority of us working remotely from home or coworking spaces.

    Requirements

    1y+ of experience in Webflow
    1y+ of experience as a frontend developer
    Be proficient in web markup, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Git
    Have experience with responsive and adaptive design
    Understand principles of search engine optimization
    Understand how content management systems work
    Understand cross-browser compatibility issues well
    Adapt and be willing to learn new techniques
    Have a high attention to detail
    Have excellent verbal communication skills
    Be proficient in written and spoken English
    Experience in designing sites that sell digital product/s
    In particular e-books and videos
    Experience in designing exclusive membership areas

    Responsibilities

    Align web design and user experience requirements
    Optimize web pages for efficiency
    Work with backend developers and designers for consistency
    Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs
    Build reusable code and libraries for future use
    Develop new user-facing features
    Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability
    Create web pages using markup languages
    Design with a balance between functional and aesthetic elements
    Maintain brand consistency throughout design

    Other info

    They’re looking for a fiercely independent and self-motivated person who can thrive in the comfort of their own work-space, on their own hours.

    Their company culture is intense, but professionally and personally rewarding. You’ll own projects, be expected to contribute ideas at a high level, and execute. Best of all, working in a remote setting allows you to spend less time in meetings and more time doing the things you love.

    You will work remotely, decide your own hours, and find self-fulfillment through results-focused work. Team members spend only 2−3% of their week in meetings — you’ll spend most of your time researching, documenting, coding, and building.

    All that and no commute, either. Ever wondered what you could accomplish with two more hours in your day? We’re excited to find out.