HTML 5 Design and Development Rock Stars Wanted!

eloehfelm
2010
HTML 5 Design and Development Rock Stars Wanted!
October 8, 2010 - 9:05am
San Francisco, CA
United States
Employer: 
Universal Mind
From a recruiter: 
Direct employer
Term: 
Contract
How to apply: 
Send your resume, portfolio and a message about your awesomeness in HTML 5 design and dev to: jobs@universalmind.com
Description: 

OK all of you web and interaction design gurus... heads up! Universal Mind has an amazing opportunity in the San Francisco / Silicon Valley area for HTML design and development superstars! We're looking for at least two teams of design and development talent to support a very high profile client over the next few months in rolling out an HTML 5 solution. This contract has the potential to be 6 months or more of steady, exciting, work!

The ideal candidates will have experience in graphic design for the web using CSS and DHTML / AJAX. We realize that HTML 5 is fairly new to most, but the understanding and application is very similar to its predecessors. If you've been working on standards based web sites and web experiences as your bread and butter, this may be a perfect position for you. 

We are hoping to recruit architectural and data structure minds for our UX Specialist role, graphic and interaction designers for our UX Designer role, and design thoughtful code jocks with crazy chops in making engaging and immersive experiences using AJAX, HTML 5, and browser specific tags for our UX Technologist role. A more detailed description of each of these roles can be found at our website here: http://www.universalmind.com/jobs/ We will create groups of three - one of each of these roles - to execute the work. We plan to push more than one team out to support our client.

We're sorry, but we cannot immediately release the name of our client. After an initial screening of resumes and previous work, we will provide all of the details to qualified applicants. We will be working hard the week of October 11th to gather resumes and interview in preparation for placements to begin tentatively the week of October 18th.