A passion for the web as a storytelling medium, demonstrable through a portfolio of design systems, engaging microsites, Sketch libraries, WebGL experiments, CSS art, or anything else.
We’re Looking For Someone With:
• A passion for the web as a storytelling medium, demonstrable through a portfolio of design systems, engaging microsites, Sketch libraries, WebGL experiments, CSS art, or anything else.
• 5+ years of relevant web design experience—ideally at a tech-forward, product-driven company.
• You should know how to build products using a modern web development framework (React, Angular, Ember, Vue, etc).
• You are comfortable with all of the fundamental web development technologies (ES6+, HTML, CSS, etc).
• You understand browsers and DOM and can solve cross-browser compatibility issues, optimize client-side performance, and build responsive designs You've used modern web development tooling to build sites: CSS preprocessors, bundlers, testing frameworks.
• You're a great teammate, participating in design and code reviews, pairing, and mentoring as needed to make the team better.
• Additional requirements/responsibilities: Work with design, product, data science, and research partners to shape the products you've built for customers.
• Work beyond just shipping your product; evaluate, evolve, and optimize your work to deliver the best, most valuable user experiences.
• You are organised with your work and pay importance to writing clean code.
• Work closely with the team to develop and maintain the public facing website for paleo.technology. (paleo.com).
• Craft novel moments of storytelling and delight for the website.
• Collaborate closely with design-developers and engineers to shape your work together
• Work with other design specialists and managers on team-wide initiatives, like recruiting and developing content standards.
• Help the team influence strategic decisions across all the corners of our web presence.
• Partner with the marketing teams to define information architecture and tell the right stories.
• Often work on very broadly defined, loose concepts, and sometimes on narrowly defined, tactical deliverables.
Technical test: http://triplebyte.com/wt/paleo/start/2TkcF2PWCoM/98510