Job postings: seeking UI/UX developer and web designer

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We are currently looking to fill 2 new (remote) developer roles at Company 0:

  • a UI/UX developer that will focus on building native Windows and OSX GUIs on top of btcwallet
  • a web designer that will create cross-platform websites that use mainly HTML, CSS and light Javascript

In the past few months, btcwallet has made significant strides forward in terms of security and usability, and it is past due to create a native GUI for both Windows and OSX. All the RPC calls required to create, sign and send transactions have been working without event for over a year. The GUI on Windows and OSX will connect to the btcwallet daemon using RPC, render the data the user needs to see in the GUI, and then issue a series of RPC commands to the the daemon.

The UI/UX developer requirements are

  • Experience coding native GUIs for Windows (.Net C#/C++) and OSX (ObjC, Swift preferred)
  • Obsessed with crafting simple, intuitive, and delightful user experiences
  • Able to clearly articulate the rationale for your designs
  • Able to work effectively on remote
  • Able to work on a team and independently when needed
  • Obsessive attention to detail
  • Familiarity with Bitcoin and wallets a plus

The web developer requirements are

  • Able to write clean HTML and CSS
  • Able to write simple Javascript and incorporate existing Javascript, e.g. jquery, into a site
  • Familiarity with bootstrap or other frontend frameworks
  • Able to create simple artwork from scratch
  • Able to work effectively on remote
  • Able to work on a team and independently when needed
  • Minimal and intuitive designs preferred

If you are interested in either of these positions, please contact us at jobs >at< companyzero.com.  Please submit your resume or CV as a PDF, we will not read resumes in other formats or on any site requiring a login.

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