Critical Rendering Path (regular)
Hi, we’re Appfire , a leading provider of software that helps developers and teams solve modern challenges with digital solutions.
Since launching in 2005, Appfire has built a platform of trusted apps and top-selling solutions for more than 30,000 customers spanning 150 countries and all industry groups including 55% of Fortune 500 companies .
As a product-led company, we focus on identifying gaps in the market to build solutions that drive productivity and efficiency for customers consistently.
We are a global authority in the Atlassian ecosystem, and our popular solutions help teams with Workflow Automation, Product Portfolio Management, IT Service Management, Document Management, Business Intelligence and Reporting, Administrative Tools, Agile, Developer Tools, and Publishing.
And now, we are looking for a new specialist to join our product team for BigPicture one of the leading project management tools used by over 30 000 teams from companies worldwide.
The BigPicture solutions are used by CEOs, Managers, Directors, and Project Managers of companies such as Netflix, NASA, Tesla, Apple, Uber, Samsung, Porsche, Siemens, Intel, Boeing, LG, and many more.
As UI Developer, you’ll be responsible for the overall CSS development and performance of our products. This includes :
Designing a library of reusable styles and their implementation plan
Developing clear guidelines on how to create styles that enhance the user experience and how to implement them into our products effectively
Sharing knowledge and best practice with the rest of the team
Keeping up with emerging technological trends
Looks interesting? Make sure you :
Have at least 3-years of experience in a similar role
Understand and use a component-based approach in application development
Have very good knowledge of
CSS3 / HTML5 / SCSS / RWD
You know DevTools and can find bottlenecks
You know what Critical Rendering Path is
WebPerformance is no mystery to you
Know how to optimize performance styles
Have experience in website information architecture and page layout planning
Understand web design / development concepts and processes
Understand Designing for Web Accessibility
Have excellent communication skills and know how to effectively communicate ideas, technical issues, and concerns to other team members
Have the ability to adapt to changing requirements, and diverse project needs
It’s not a must, but we would consider it a great asset if you would also :
Have experience with multilingual websites and editorial skills / experience
Knowledge of Angular, TypeScript and OOP
How we work
In Agile and Scrum we trust we make sure to keep our teams small, and our sprints manageable & effective
Our product, our deadlines developing our own products allows us to set feasible deadlines and fully focus on code quality
Top-notch hardware : MacBook Pro and High-resolution monitors
Ownership and having a real impact on how the company works and how our products are developed
Flexible working hours
No dress code
Remote first company culture
Perks & Benefits
Training budget , and access to the latest books thanks to our in-house library
Various internal knowledge sharing initiatives : regular and fully paid hackathons (called ShipIT Weeks), tech guilds , workshops , and more
Incentive Equity Program
Plenty of team building events