Red Tettemer + Partners: User Interface Developer

Posted by | September 29, 2011 | Web Pro Job Tips


Location: Philadelphia, PA


Want to deliver web applications for some of the world’s largest
brands in
an extremely fast?paced environment? Want to make an impact on the
world immediately without having to worry about funding or lining up the
next contract? Want your work to be used by hundreds of thousands of
people coast-to-­coast? You don’t have to move to Silicon Valley. At Red
Tettemer + Partners, you can have nationwide impact at a fast-­growing,
world-­class creative agency from the first day you start work in a
flat-structured, team-­oriented environment. Check your ego on the way
in: here, it’s
all for one and one for all. The entire team, not the individual, gets
credit for work.
All positions are part?time or full?time in our downtown Philadelphia office.
UI Developer
The other half of our ideal interactive squads, the UI developer handles all
the front-­end stuff so the backend developers don’t have to (as much.) UI
Developers work closely with creative teams in the early parts of a project’s
inception, so knowing what is and isn’t practical from a back-end
perspective is key. You’re the bridge between the creative guys and your
development team, able to think as a designer and a front-­end coder. You
need to be able to:
  • Be an architect: have a visual orientation but a solid understanding of
    the nuts and bolts in a web application 
  • Listen to your instincts: be able to work on UI best practices and
    heuristics; circle back for user studies in later phases
  • Write perfect, hand-­coded HTML and CSS, including knowledge of
    common CSS3 tricks and transitions
  • Turn Photoshop mockups into a pixel-­perfect web page
  • Work with Web Developers to write client-­side code in JavaScript
    using the jQuery framework
  • Interpret existing web analytics and implement a web analytics
    strategy for your interactive projects
  • Be able to deliver under tight deadlines
  • Be able to communicate skillfully with everyone involved in an
    interactive project, from creative directors and account managers to
    developers, contractors and third parties
  • A fan of Mac OS X
Big pluses for: 
  • Previous interactive agency experience

  • Mobile user interface experience

  • ActionScript/Flash expertise

To apply: A portfolio of previous work (code samples and visual samples) is required for consideration. Expect a stringent interview process. Email what you’ve got to

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