Dot Net Nuke, Joomla, Magento, WordPress, AspDotNetStoreFront, Umbraco
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Freelance Web Designer, Freelance Web Developer
Primary Job Responsibility
I am working as full time freelancer web designer and web developer. Project analysis and provide development and designing estimated time and production / development cost to client / consultant, after approval working on all kind of designing stuff and integrating designing to all kind of technologies like .Net, PHP, Java, all Mobile Development. Manageing project and team members. Resolving all issue, while designing integrating with any technologies. I am responsible for Layout Design, W3C valid XHTML & CSS(DIV) with all kind of major browser compatibility with Windows & iMac OS, like Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0 – Fire Fox – win & mac – Opera, Safari - win & Mac. Also designing flash website layout and flash website development and dynamic development.
Number of students at your institution
1,000 approx, per month
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Indiana University of Pennsylvania is looking for a talented front-end web developer to join our growing team in the Marketing and Communications Division. This position offers the possibility of a flexible work arrangement with candidates being able to telecommute up to 3 days a week.The front-end Web Developer works to support and enhance the IUP website and other digital properties and communications. Using CSS, HTML, scripting languages, and other tools the web developer is responsible for…See More
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This isn't a posting for a job (but hopefully that will be coming soon!)We are looking to hire a new web developer, and have gotten the OK from HR to offer this with the possibility of working from home a few days of the week, and in the office the other days. We're hoping to draw in some more candidates from outside of our local area. This is only the second position at our institution that is not fully on site, so we're in uncharted territory!I'm curious to know, does anyone work part-time…See More