In January, Bright Bright Great turned 10 years old.
Starting as our my personal freelance moniker in 2007, BBG has grown to a multi-million dollar adventure, serving clients around the world and producing amazing creative and tech for all those we have worked with.
It’s been an amazing ride so far and we aren’t planning to quit anytime soon. Thanks to everyone for the support and exciting projects we’ve been a part of over the last decade. Our journey continues.
We’re Bright Bright Great, a small Chicago-based team of designers, developers & strategists. We work with a wide range of clients from funded startups, longstanding businesses, to large tech companies across all industries.
We’re looking for a Front-End Developer who’s passionate about interfaces, user-friendly interactions AND clean, bug free code. You’ll be working closely with our design team, development team, and clients to solve problems and create effective solutions to meet both user experience and business goals.
On a regular basis you’ll be responsible for:
HTML & CSS
Developing and maintaining WordPress themes
Collaborating on Interaction Design (from a dev standpoint)
Responsive email templates (HTML & CSS)
Cleaning up bugs for existing clients as they arise
At least 3 years experience with WordPress
Experience working with designers and developers
Experience working with clients
Have worked in an agency before
Ability to walk clients through identifying helpful debugging information
Ability to work within existing codebase
Comfortable planning out a content management strategy for complex content-heavy sites
Excellent communication skills and fluent in English
Comfortable working remotely using apps such as Slack, Trello, Basecamp, Google Apps, Hangouts, etc.
Enjoy collaborating with others
Ability to organize and manage your own responsibilities and hit deadlines.
Comfortable with Git/GitHub
Enthusiastic and opinionated about what you do, but open to accepting feedback.
Enjoy having discussions around process, strategy, and the story behind coding decisions