Thursday, March 2nd, 2006

Senior Ajax front-end developer

We are a new service firm based in Los Angeles and New York. We are
looking for a mature, skilled, talented front-end developer to
build complex interfaces to large data sets. Our focus will be on
presentation, clarity, and usability.

Our previous web design company was studio verso, in San Francisco, which was one of the premiere web design firms back in the 90s. i’m getting a group of hot-shots together to do ajax and interface design work for clients.

You must have experience hooking AJAX to large data sets and
complicated databases. The more skills you have, the more we can
pay. We are assembling a world-class team.

Your responsibility will be to work creatively with our user-
interface experts in solving difficult problems for our clients.
You must be familiar with all the AJAX libraries and have an
appreciation for the “less is more” approach to interface design.
We’re looking for someone who can innovate and show the world what
AJAX can do.

NOTE: You’ll be developing a practice area, able to hire and manage
people to work for you as we grow. Management skills will get you
extra points.

Ideal location is Los Angeles or New York. Stock is available.
Please send a short note and your resume (IN THE BODY OF YOUR EMAIL
– NO ATTACHMENTS!) to david@dsiegel.com

Posted by Dion Almaer at 1:29 pm
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Pingback by justaddwater.dk | Who invented the spacer.gif? — March 2, 2006

David “Creating Killer Websites” Siegel vs Jacob Nielsen, it was the most important usability “war” on insights, influence and knowledge on the web so far.

Nielsen won. Good to see David “Splashpage” Siegel (sorry Dave I’ll stop now ;)) still going “less is more”. I’m curious to see what this company will be like. Good luck!

Comment by Lennert — April 17, 2006

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