Marina Del Rey & Playa Vista
1 day ago
You should thrive on new tech and fast-paced agency work. Every project and sometimes every day is different.
You’ve done enough projects to identify what’s missing or unworkable in a wireframe or design, and have the basic design and UX chops to improvise when necessary.
You understand responsiveness, breakpoints vs. fluidity, and all the myriad issues that emerge when making designs work across devices.
You can manage complexity in a large frontend codebase and have strong experience with rich client-side apps, having done one or more substantial projects with React or another framework. We've mainly settled on React and Vue, so experience with those is a big plus.
The frontend space is moving fast, so you're up with the new and the shiny – bonus points for experience with WebGL, Canvas, and SVG; you will have opportunities to put them to use here. A sense for motion and interaction is key. Flash refugees welcome.
You're keen on keeping things tidy and are familiar with the options available for doing so - Webpack, ES6, etc. You know your way around Node.