I am in need of a freelancer who can make a desktop program look
like a usable piece of software. I am developing Windows software in
Python/Qt. My client is a large financial services outfit. The
software under development has a workflow very much like Excel or a
forms-based database front-end.
You should be comfortable with multiple tools to do your work, or
using no tools at all. Also, you should be good. Real good.
If you're interested in this job, please send me the following:
Your Holy Works
At least two pieces of work clearly articulating your UI skills. They
should be things you did for different people: from two different
jobs, two different clients, etc. It should be wholly original work.
If you've only one client, but multiple excellent pieces of work for
them, I'll still take it -- on the condition that I be allowed to
follow up with the client (employer) personally.
Your Holy Books
I'd like to know the top books/blogs/sources/people that you feel
exemplify your approach to the user experience. No more than 5,
This is an hourly, part-time contract and is expected to go on for a
number of months. If you're good, and enjoy the work, there are other
opportunities within the company: more projects from this client,
other clients, internal jobs, etc.
If you work from outside Seattle, you are expected to be able to use
at least one instant messaging system in order to collaborate.
Please send no resume. Doing so will indicate that you're not serious
about this job, and you will be ignored.
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