Frontend and UX Developer – Gaming Portals
As Frontend and UX Developer you will be creating an awesome experience for millions of players around the world, every day. You will work in an environment where continuous deployment is the norm, release early and release often. All focused on one goal: bringing the best UX to our users, regardless of the devices used!
What you can expect:
- You will make changes that are immediately visible and influence the experience of millions of users worldwide on mobile, tablet and desktop;
- You will be in a position to propose ideas and change products in the way you believe UX can be underlined;
- You will work with multiple components, microservices and products on a daily basis;
- You will get the opportunity to work in a team with highly skilled individuals, and to code in a variety of different languages.
Core tasks and responsibilities for this position are:
- Focus on iterative development: you’ll be expected to build upon, maintain, and improve our existing applications;
- Enhance the usability of our websites, thinking from the perspective of a user;
- Monitor performance and do whatever it takes to optimize this for our players; and
- Be hands-on in troubleshooting and fixing issues;
- At least 2 years of front-end experience, preferably gained from a fast moving, online or technology driven company;
- Strong skills in HTML and CSS, including experience with a CSS preprocessor (SASS or LESS)
- Passionate about UX with a keen eye for innovative and engaging UX
- Experience with Git, npm, build processes and shell scripting
- Graphical skills (e.g. Photoshop, Sketch) will be an advantage
- Experience with Agile methods (We use Scrum)
- Good command of the English language, both in speech and writing
- Not requiring visa nor work permit to work in the Netherlands
Nice to haves:
- Affinity for visual design
- Development experience on high traffic websites and platforms
- Basic knowledge of a backend language (e.g. Python)
Our technology stack?
- For the backend we use Python
Interesting enough? Let's talk!
No recruitment agencies please. Really.