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Funding500K-1M USD
IndustrySaaS, Mobile, Web 2.0, Discovery, Communications
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Web Designer

at LiveCare in CA 90274   —   Jul 07, 2014   |  
Are you looking to use your talents to push what is possible on the web?

We seek a new member to join Hydil, an early stage company based in San Francisco. Hydil enables patients to find the right doctor for their condition. Used by select, top medical professionals in the US and Singapore, we have an awesome product that is constantly evolving and improving.

We have a 3-person engineering team; while small it is comprised of some serious software talent. You will be working should-to-shoulder with a dynamic team that pushes each other to achieve great things.

The company has a management team that ran the #1 software company on the Inc 500. Technology is valued and product comes first here.

Hydil is on a mission - to help people get better health care anytime, anywhere.
Translate our mockups into code using HTML, CSS and JavaScript (must be able to hand-code clean and accurate markup)
Implement existing designs applying cross-platform and cross-browser compatibility skills
Coordinate with fellow developers and clients during implementation process
Perform unit and cross-browser testing
Provide ongoing support to clients by resolving interface and design issues
A solid knowledge of web 2.0 standards, interface design principles, accessibility and UI/UX
Enthusiastic about the latest web design trends and proactive in applying those in projects
Strong Web development skills, and understanding of DHTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript
Proficiency with Photoshop/Illustrator
Familiarity with QA and Java is a plus
Hourly depending on experience
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