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#1 August 20 2013


[Job Opportunity] Freelance or Fulltime HTML & CSS modern practices

UPDATE: The below is also needed on a freelance basis. Please PM me for details.


Are you a markup magician?


BSynchro, Zalka, in our brand new headquarters.


BSynchro is looking to add a front-end web developer to our User Experience department. This is a full-time position with a thriving business software company. We produce data-rich applications for the Web & mobile, rather than content-oriented websites.
We’re looking for someone familiar with modern approaches to HTML & CSS. If the words “image sprite”, “nth-child selector” and “media query” make you smile, let’s talk.


You will be working with a small team of user experience architects who set the look & feel of each application. You will mainly be expected to:

  • Build the markup and style sheets for each project.

  • Extract images and icons from the Illustrator or Photoshop file delivered to you, in the proper format and dimensions.

  • Ensure your code works correctly, in various browsers and viewports.

  • Coordinate with back-end developers who will take your work and integrate it into the application.

Required qualifications

  • Experienced in HTML5

  • Experienced in CSS3

  • Up-to-date web standards and best practices

  • Cross-browser and cross-device compatibility

  • Media queries and responsive layouts

  • Knowledge in how HTML integrates with Javascript and with server-side code

Desirable skills

  • Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop, at least enough to produce UI assets from a design

  • Javascript

  • Jquery

  • AngularJS is highly desirable, or familiarity with MVC logic

  • Team Foundation Server and Visual Studio

  • Using Web Developer tools in browsers for troubleshooting


Send me a PM with your contact details and we'll take it from there.


UPDATE: The above is also needed on a freelance basis. Please PM me for details.

Last edited by Bassem (August 26 2013)


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