This is where a lot of agencies (and almost every recruitment company) would start to list a load of web technologies and software packages that they’d expect you to be proficient with in order to apply. Truth is, we’re more interested in you as a person as opposed to the amount of languages you know or the technologies you’ve used.
What we all have in common is a desire to build the very best websites that we can. Websites that are accessible, performant, successful for their owners and respectful of their users. We’re also constantly looking at our workflow for ways that we can develop better, compile faster, deploy more effectively and use our time as efficiently as possible.
The point is, we all bring something to the party. After all, there’s no ‘i’ in team*.
So, if you think that you’d fit in around here we’d love to hear from you. If you’ve got a few years of experience under your belt that’s great but likewise, if you’re fresh out of uni and have a stack-load of enthusiasm, that’s cool too.
Some other things you should know about us, our thoughts and philosophies:
- A theme is something that you should hum and never something that should be downloaded from Envato
- Web design is more akin to product design than it is to graphic design – people use websites, they don’t just look at them
- We’re all still learning. Anyone in this industry who thinks they know it all is lying!
- We’re pretty rural. Wildlife (well, a peacock) has been known to stray into our studio on occasion
- Frustratingly, the Hartest Crown does not always offer a burger option on their menu but we let them off because of ‘Pie & Pint’ Wednesdays
To apply, email us at email@example.com. You can attach your CV if you like. Alternatively, you can send us some links to your sites, your posts, your repos, your pens or your fiddles.
It’s worth noting that although remote working for part of the week is available, successful candidates will be primarily based in our Hartest studio situated between Sudbury and Bury St Edmunds, so a proximity to this location and / or a willingness to commute is necessary.
* Apart from when my friend Carlos pronounces it ‘tim’.