We are young startup looking for an experienced front end developer (html/css/jquery). The jobs will be fairly small initially, but there is the potential for ongoing work for the right candidate.
You will have to be able to create:
- Websites that gracefully degrade down to IE7 .
- Responsive layouts that scale down to mobile (this is very important)
- Clean, minimal markup
- Efficient jquery code
- Payment will be made via paypal (happy to pay 30% upfront)
- You will be required to sign (digitally) a non disclosure agreement & a standard freelance contract
- You must be able to provide accurate estimates.
If you are interested, please contact me via my profile page with:
- Portfolio of work (Themeforst is fine)
- Hourly rate
many thanks, Gareth
the bulk of it will be vanilla screen recording of someone using the website.
We are looking for someone to produce a short video (between 60-90 seconds) to promo a new website we are developing. The video will predominantly be a screen recording of the website, mixed with some clean transitions: Something along the lines of this: http://nubook.com/
Ideally we would like to show the website on lots of screen sizes (we have visuals for this already)
we will provide the music and assets. As there is a short deadline (one week) you can use Video Hive assets to speed things along.
Please send estimates and payment requirements via my profile page.
the best camera is the one you have with you.. which is why i traded my DSLR in for a compact I could fit in my pocket.
sorry! I am such an idiot, I am using chrome and for facebook only the zoom was set to 83%!?
Pirenko – all your files are working great.
All the FB templates on the den look great when you are signed out, but if you are signed in, the right hand bar cuts off part of the template. Is this a new thing? do we need to make the templates smaller now?
ok thanks. This is nice to have, but not sure raising prices is a good idea at this time!
I love this initiative
on the price adjustment tool, how do we know the base price and can we adjust downwards?
you are not losing any sales, because people who pirate would not pay for it anyway. It’s just part of doing business – all shops plan to lose a % of stock to thieves.