Interactive Developer (Sr Level) [1929]
Market Street Talent - Atlanta, GA

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Interactive Developer who is passionate about creating the best and coolest user experiences on the web needed for creating the navigation, organization, interaction design, and business and user process engineering for leading-edge Web solutions and software using advanced JavaScript, CSS, and PHP languages. This is a senior level position with responsibilities to include leading small tracks of work, driving a point of view for the end user, and working directly with clients.
Location: Atlanta, GA

Pay: Market Rate DOE

Business Segment: Marketing Technology

Position Type: Contract

Job Contact: Sam Eberly
Required Skills:
  • Bachelor's degree preferred in design-related discipline: Interaction, Information or Interface design; Human-Computer Interaction; Design Planning; Graphic Design; Communications.
  • 8 years of industry experience
  • Extensive experience using advanced javascript, jmobile, Hamer, bootstrap, CSS3, and HTML5 coding.
  • PHP experience and familiarity a huge plus.
  • Experience with AS2/AS3.
  • Candidates must be versed in user-centered design methods and techniques
  • Proficient to expert in: InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Visio, Microsoft Office.
  • Excellent analytical and process-oriented skills.
  • Excellent verbal and written skills.
  • Experience in working on multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Ability to work collaboratively on multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Prior experience in a consulting firm preferred.
  • Prior experience in UI design for mobile devices a plus.
About our Client:
Our client provides guidance and support for every phase of the project lifecycle from concept development to solution design, implementation, optimization and support for firms in the banking, investment management, exchange and clearing, market data, commodity, government and regulatory sectors.