Front End UI Developer - XHTML CSS PHOTOSHOP AGILE Job Opportunity - LONDON £45k

xhtml , agile , photshop , css , javascript London, United Kingdom
  • 11 years ago


    Global media organisation seeking Front end UI developer


    To build websites, micro sites and syndicated data feeds according to the look, feel and functionality and to the project timescale. To develop user interface assets from Photoshop designs adhering to design, functional and technical specifications. To produce associated assets (such as documentation) where required. To provide support to the business in design and development of its applications, web sites and digital media. To provide expertise in all aspects of user interface development. Work effectively with other design departments as and when required. To lead a team of Front-end developers or team of developers if required. To guide and coach other developers.


    Experience of user interface development. Experience of HTML/XHTML and CSS and appropriate editing tools. Experience in leading or guiding a team. Diverse business exposure to large corporate, B2B and B2C web sites and applications. Ability to understand business requirements and provide creative UI and technical solutions that work within the technical boundaries. A good appreciation of design considerations: layout, typography and colour. Diverse portfolio including web, application and presentation design. In-depth knowledge and skill in Photoshop

    DESIRABLE SKILLS Flash and Actionscript an advantage. Knowledge of JavaScript, DHTML and DOM scripting.

    Please send cv to: [email protected] Call: 07766 755103

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