Blix Interactive - Established 2001


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We're looking for an awesome Front-End Developer0

Blix are looking for an experienced front-end developer to join our award-winning team and work on projects for clients based in the Channel Islands, UK and USA.

Due to new opportunities and our dedication to pushing quality web development further, we need someone with a passion for good design, great user interfaces and getting the details right.

Our new developer should have a keen interest in the digital industry, be self-motivated and want to create pixel-perfect cross-browser web interfaces. The role requires ability to work to a deadline and to collaborate with our other developers.

We need you to be versatile and…

  • Have a keen eye for detail
  • Can speak coherently about recommendations & decisions you make in terms of design, interaction and technology
  • Enjoy pushing technical and creative boundaries

You must have:

  • Deep knowledge of HTML and CSS
  • Mastery of JavaScript
  • Experience with CSS languages like SASS and LESS
  • Experience with common front-end frameworks
  • Knowledge of HTML5 (Canvas, WebGL, etc.)
  • Excellent cross-browser and responsive development techniques
  • Passionate about exploring new techniques and technologies
  • Ability to use Photoshop and Illustrator

It would also be very useful if you have:

  • A good sense of design and the ability to design web interfaces
  • Experience of creating animation
  • A Curiosity about server-side technology

In return, the correct candidate can expect a competitive salary package, a great working environment and to work on challenging projects locally and internationally.

If you're interested in this role please drop an email to [email protected] with your CV and some examples of your work.

We're also looking for an experienced back-end developer. Find out more here

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