UI Designer / Front-End Developer
GENWI - Palo Alto, CA

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GENWI (Generation Wireless) helps content publishers to create engaging apps with a revolutionary cloud-based mobile content management system. The GENWI mobile Content Management System (mCMS) gives publishers a quick and easy way to repurpose their content to create engaging apps once and then deliver native and HTML5 apps to multiple devices. Today, there are over 1,500 apps powered by GENWI including those from Conde Nast, The Hollywood Reporter, IndiaTimes, Forbes, and PBS Kids.Founded in 2010, GENWI is a privately held firm based in the Bay Area. For more information, please visit http://genwi.com or follow us on Twitter @genwi.Responsibilities: -Obtain project requirements from UI designers and product managers and build efficient, clean and modular code-Take ownership and test code for robustness, usability, reliability and most importantly, end-user experience-Assist the technical team in improving and maintaining the development and release environments-Work with the product manager/designer to develop strong and consistent branding elements-Suggest and implement design decisions and evolve new features that scale well-Strictly comply with deadlines and deliver under minimum supervision-Own the design and branding elements for a host of GENWI products-Ability to react quickly and work non-standard work hours as neededRequirements: -Expertise in HTML, XHTML, HTML5-Adept in CSS/CSS3-Photoshop/Illustrator experience is a must-Javascripting is a must.

Other scripting language experiences a plus-Webtool kit experience is a plus-Strong design sensibilities with ability to deliver great creatives, images, icons, etc.-Experience with SVN a plusTo Apply: Please submit your portfolio, resume, and cover letter. Wow us with your application however you choose. Unique projects (not just academic assignments or work collaborations) often catch our eye.

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