ArchDaily’s job is to improve the quality of life of the billions of people who will arrive in cities during the next decades by providing inspiration, knowledge and tools to the architects who will have the challenge to design for them. With more than 169 million monthly pageviews, we’re constantly developing and improving our apps and services.
Software Developers at ArchDaily are core participants in every technological decision made in any of our platforms, either internal or public. They also participate in every step of the application’s lifecycle.
We are looking for a Frontend Developer, with experience in CSS and JS to join one of our sub-teams, working together with 2 backend developers, 1 product manager and, in some cases, 1 UX designer.
These are some must-have skills:
- Responsive CSS (cross-browser)
- CSS preprocessors (like SASS)
- Understanding about rendering and re-layout processes
- Vanilla JS, jQuery (cross-browser)
- Any of these JS frameworks: React, Vue or Angular
- Basic usage of npm or yarn
- Proficiency in Photoshop or Sketch
- Assets life cycle
- Some HTML engines, like Haml, Slim or ERB.
- Git Flows
- Basic knowledge about Ruby and the Ruby on Rails framework
At ArchDaily we care about your well-being and providing a culture that fosters happiness, innovation, and integration. We give you flexibility to work remotely, abroad, independently. We appreciate you take time to rest when you need -given that you are responsible for your own goals. You would be joining a multicultural, international team full of proactive young people, with constant new challenges, and a horizontal structure where your voice will be heard.
We invite you to review our #humansofarchdaily #archdailyhq on instagram so you can learn a little more about our workplace (how we work and we have fun!).
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