Location: Palo Alto, CA
About Wildfire Interactive:
is a rapidly expanding, VC-funded tech startup positioned squarely on top of the social media marketing revolution. Our platform allows brand managers and marketers of all shapes and sizes to quickly create a variety of promotional campaigns to engage and interact with the users and fans of their brands.
Intuitive, streamlined and affordable, Wildfire’s platform is simple enough for even the least tech-savvy business manager to use and flexible enough to suit the needs of the most creative marketer or advertising agency. We have tens of thousands of customers, including hundreds of major brands such as Pepsi, Disney, Nestle, American Express, Unilever and Toyota. The success of our product has been recognized not only by our growing fan base but also by a collection of established institutions. Wildfire is a 2x winner of the Facebook Fund, a TechCrunch Crunchies Award nominee, and was recently chosen for the 2010 AlwaysOn Global 250, as one of the best 250 private companies in the world.
We’re looking for a talented engineer that is an “artiste” in their own right. You should know CSS/HTML backwards, forwards, and in between. HTML5 and CSS3 excite you to no end. You judge the character of people that choose to use outdated versions of IE and were excited when “Helvetica” was released on DVD.
If you find it an exciting challenge to make things visible, beautiful, AND workable to users without having to exclude a lot of them, and you thrive in the hybrid position between programmers and designers and enjoy dealing with both — this position is for you. Moreover, if you love front-end work and live to create great consumer web experiences, we need you at Wildfire.
- Enthusiasm for web standards
- A passion for user experience and design
- Experience working with template engines/languages a plus, ERB/HAML preferred
- Experience with HTML5 and CSS 3 a plus
- Experience/familiarity with Ruby a huge plus
- Knowledge and experience with professional typography a plus
- You should be willing to relocate to the Bay Area
To apply: http://jobsco.re/9kbYIR
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