Angular Designer/Front-End Developer
Startup Looking for a Designer / Frontend Developer
We are looking for a Designer / Frontend Developer, Preferably with experience in Angular 2+, to join our start up. You should be passionate about design and making beautiful and smart frontends on the web. The developer will work at our office in Plano and remote up to 50% of the time.
Your mission is to WOW our users with an attractive, intuitive, and responsive web interface. Your work will be showcased in every product demonstration. Effectively, you have an opportunity to play a critical role in establishing our clients image and brand. You will not be siloed in this role. You will get to work directly with Management and play a lead role in UI/UX efforts. You will need to collaborate with the back-end developers on interfaces and making the frontend functional.
Essential Job Functions
* Deliver a complete front-end application
* Ensure high performance on mobile and desktop
* Be willing to learn how the frontend connects to the backend provided data points.
Required Skills and Experience
* DESIRE TO LEARN
* Ability to use web searches to Debug and troubleshoot bugs
* Highly skilled with HTML5, CSS3, SASS/SCSS, responsive web applications
* Excellent written and oral communication skills
* Knowledge of connecting with external web services
* Strong expertise with HTML, CSS, and writing cross-browser compatible code
* Deep knowledge of Angular practices and commonly used modules based on extensive work experience
* Keep abreast with the latest UI trends, techniques and technologies
* Experience with at least 1 adobe design softwares or similar
Bonus Skills and Experience
* TypeScript / Angular 2+
* 5 years of experience in developing Angular based web apps
* Angular Universal (server-side rendering)
* Experience working with popular ecommerce platforms - BigCommerce experience is ideal.
* NodeJS / Express
* Experience creating and consuming RESTful services
* FireBase Auth // RealTime Database // Storage
* Adobe XD / Prototyping