UX Webflow Developer

Remote

Tari Labs


Role Location

  • Remote

Employees

51 - 100 people

Address

6339 Charlotte Pike #1077
Nashville, TN, 37209, US

Tech Stack

  • Kotlin
  • AWS
  • React
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Python
  • Rust

Role Description

As a UX Developer, you will work with our Engineering and UX team to build proprietary and open-source technology that will be deployed on a global scale.

You a front-end developer and designer that lives for making AMAZING experiences that look equally good on the web and mobile? You'll love working with our world-class team of designers to make their incredible vision a living, breathing reality. You are highly experienced in Webflow and are able to produce incredible user experiences in very short order. You love the nimbleness of the startup environment and are capable of dealing with the pace and change that comes with it. You have and eye for quality and detail.

Requirements: +6 years JavaScript, HTML & amp; CSS experience; +2 years Webflow experience; Experience with (React.js) (http://React.js) and Redux will be a tremendous advantage. You have experience building rich web front-ends with global reach - please share your portfolio with us. Knowledge of design patterns, data structures, and algorithms. Ability to take designs and wireframes provided by the UX team and author professional and maintainable CSS, HTML, and JavaScript to bring to life. Degree in Computer Science, Engineering or Mathematics from a recognized university (advantage). But honestly, your portfolio is what counts.

Build pixel-perfect, fluid and delightful UI's across the web and mobile interfaces. Maintain code and write automated tests to ensure the product is of the highest quality.

About Tari Labs

Tari is a new open-source, decentralized protocol that reimagines the future of digital assets. Yats 🖖are emoji usernames that become your universal Internet identity 🗿website URL 💻 payment address 🤑 and more.

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