We're in the market for inquisitive developers and ambitious self-starters who want to make a difference in our client's industries. If you’re looking for something new and exciting — either as a freelancer, or someone looking for a permanent change — we'd love to hear from you.
It’s important to say that we don’t simply want more of what we’ve already got, or more of what we already know. We want to enhance the services we offer our clients by bringing ambitious individuals together who offer something new and exciting.
If this sounds like you, be sure to register your interest today (irrespective of the roles listed below). Don't wait for us to discover you — come and discover us!
We always inform our development process with a comprehensive specification from the outset. Our digital service design package ensures that our client's goals are totally aligned with the objectives of the project. It also helps us qualify requirements and ensures we present the correct solution.
But come on... we didn't need to tell you that, because you're the one who demonstrates a passion to take ideas and run with it; exploring the problem and delivering a fully-fledged specification that describes the solution. One that's both client-friendly and valuable to developers.
If you've been a developer for a while but you're looking to step back from the day-to-day code and put your experience into designing the solution, rather than implementing it, then we'd love to hear from you.
However, saying that, this role could easily be combined with the Web Applications Developer's duties too. It really depends how involved you want to be in either phase. But you don't need to decide that now... all you need to decide is whether to contact us today.
Do you have what it takes to make everyones day a little bit easier; to make the complex seem simple?
Code is important, but code is invisible. No matter how elegant the code, end users never see it. End users don't interact with code; they engage in a sequence of micro-interactions to achieve their goals.
That UI determines how positivly they judge their experience with a website or application, and that's why this role is critical in the pursuit of high-quality software. But you already knew that.
Our next User Interface Architect is someone who:
We don't ask that you know how to use certain software packages. That's your domain. All we ask is that you can demonstrate an efficient and valuable route to delivering great user interfaces that our clients (and their customers) love to use every day.
This is not a generic job board... and we're not looking for a generic developer. We're looking for someone who'll fit in perfectly with a team that encapsulates all of the above (and all of the below). Our next Web Applications Developer is someone who:
With regards to specific technical skills, we are looking for someone with...
But what really matters is what you bring, not what we do already. You've got the skills to role with it!
Specialising in digital service design, websites, web applications and digital products where the user experience is paramount.
Baldry Barn (Office 17)