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Website Development- WordPress?

Website Development- WordPress?

2017-11-17 21:51:19

Description: Looking to build a responsive website for my photography studio. Largely have the design complete….
Category: Web, Software & IT
Required skills: html, wordpress, web design, web development, web developer
Hourly budget: Duration – 1-3 months; Hours/week: 30+; Rate: Not sure
Job type: Public
Freelancer Location: Worldwide

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Source: https://www.guru.com/jobs/website-development-wordpress-/1411754

Website Redesign (WordPress)

Website Redesign (WordPress)

2017-11-16 22:20:10

Description: About UsProfessional Engineers Government of Ontario (PEGO) is recognized as theexclusive bargainin…
Category: Web, Software & IT
Required skills: wordpress, layout design, web design, website updating, redesign, user interface design (ui)
Fixed Price budget: Not Sure
Job type: Public
Freelancer Location: Canada

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Source: https://www.guru.com/jobs/website-redesign-wordpress-/1411507

Translate Image on Chinese Website

Translate Image on Chinese Website

2017-11-16 00:07:28

Description: I need to translate an image from a Chinese website, I tried using Google Chrome to translate but b…
Category: Writing & Translation
Required skills: chinese translation, translation
Fixed Price budget: Under $250
Job type: Public
Freelancer Location: Worldwide

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Source: https://www.guru.com/jobs/translate-image-on-chinese-website/1411172

Website, new requirements and updates

Website, new requirements and updates

2017-11-16 06:24:54

Description: Website, new requirements and updatesPlease check the attachment. Only Chennai companies/freelancer…
Category: Web, Software & IT
Required skills: web design, website design
Fixed Price budget: $250-$500
Job type: Public
Freelancer Location: System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String]

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Source: https://www.guru.com/jobs/website-new-requirements-and-updates/1411254

Building a Website #Day0

Building a Website #Day0

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Description: Ever wondered how the Developer Advocates at Google build websites? This is an exclusive walk through by Paul Lewis as he builds the Chrome Dev Summit site. Subscribe and keep up to date!

Check out the playlist: https://goo.gl/cbQTWK

Subscribe to the Chrome Developers Channel: http://goo.gl/LLLNvf

Keywords: freelance websites

Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y3CiZhNXT3M

sell my website

sell my website

Description: I need some one strong in marketing to sell my website kwiknotes.com – someone from US, europe or a…
Category: Sales & Marketing
Required skills: direct digital marketing, internet marketing, marketing, sales, social marketing
Fixed Price budget: $500-$1k
Job type: Public
Freelancer Location: Worldwide

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Source: https://www.guru.com/jobs/sell-my-website/1409737

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Content writing and research for website

Content writing and research for website

2017-11-11 20:28:35

Description: I need to have content written for our new online service, we have already designed the content blo…
Category: Writing & Translation
Required skills: technical writing, website content
Fixed Price budget: Under $250
Job type: Public
Freelancer Location: Worldwide

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Source: https://www.guru.com/jobs/content-writing-and-research-for-website/1410068

UI/UX, Application, and Website Designer For 16-Person All-Remote SaaS Company at Action Verb

UI/UX, Application, and Website Designer For 16-Person All-Remote SaaS Company at Action Verb

Hi! We’re Action Verb.

We build two Infrastructure-as-a-Service Platforms that empower organizations worldwide.

Our products include BrickFTP, a hosted file sharing service for business, and Vae Platform, a unique web hosting platform with an integrated CMS system.

Our company consists of 15 (but growing to 19 by the end of the year) full time USA-based staff, as well as sales and support outposts in France, Germany, and Latin America.

Our infrastructure platforms are used by over 2,000 enterprises and SMBs, including Mozilla, Canonical, UPS, DirecTV, GoPro, Marriott, and more.

Our Success Strategy

We’ve been able to achieve the rare combination of high double-digit annual growth and industry leading profitability.

We do it by aggressively recruiting the absolute best and brightest people and structuring our company in a way that makes them want to work here forever.

It’s easy to say, but exceptionally hard to execute. Here’s how we do it.

We Practice Holacracy

We are one of the early adopters of Holacracy, a new style of running an organization in a self-organizing manner that draws inspiration from agile software development and lean manufacturing processes.

Rather than hiring people for exactly one job description, we instead look to find well rounded team members with skills in software engineering, design, marketing, sales, and our other needs who are interested in filling multiple roles within the organization.

As a self-organizing team, our people have multiple roles and our role descriptions are regularly updated via small iterations. As their interests change and our needs change, the roles people fill change dynamically over time.

“Most startups believe in iteration of their products. Now they need to apply the same thinking to their organizations.”
– Adam Pisoni, Yammer co-founder & CTO

Holacracy is not unstructured: you’ll have a clear understanding of your current roles and responsibilities, as well as a set of rules and processes for changing those roles and responsibilities in real time.

Even though Holacracy is a lot to learn, we have a great onboarding process and the rest of our team will guide you through your first few months. You’ll also have the opportunity to attend a weeklong official Holacracy training event at our expense.

MORE ABOUT OUR HOLACRACY PRACTICE

We also practice Open Book Management, meaning that we share the exact details of our Balance Sheet and P&L Statement with our entire team in real-time, ensuring that our staff has the data they need to treat the business as if it were their own.

MORE ABOUT OPEN BOOK MANAGEMENT

Our team members work from home and choose their own hours, allowing them to make time for family, recreation, vacations, or anything that is important to them.

Every full-time team member gets 10 company-wide holidays per year as well as 20 paid time off days intended to be used for vacations. Go have fun. Don’t work all the time.

Our team members also work hard, are constantly learning, and accomplish a ton for the company in the time that they are working.

Our team spends at least 12 days together face-to-face per year at four to six in-person meetings spread out through the year and hosted all over the country. We try to do these meetings in cities that are fun to visit. In the last few years, we’ve been to Austin, Orlando, Minneapolis, San Diego, Las Vegas, New York City, Detroit, and Fort Lauderdale.

Design Skills We’re Looking For

This position is designed to appeal to designers who are not afraid to get their hands dirty writing code. You will be working on web applications, mobile apps, desktop apps, marketing websites, and email.

We are looking for candidates who bring the following skills to the table:

  • Experience with web application design, marketing website design, and offline (print) design
  • Comprehensive understanding of UI/UX principles
  • Solid web front-end development skills in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Even though we have a great team to help you integrate your designs with our applications, in order to be a great application designer, we expect that you can implement enough JavaScript to make your designs come to life (even in a basic way).
  • Experience and interest in both actual application design and marketing design. We want our designers to be able to work on both sides.
  • History designing and supporting actual applications that have seen production usage with a large userbase.

Our best applicants tend to have at least 5 years history of producing marketing websites and web or mobile applications.

We expect to see an extensive portfolio that includes both static websites and applications.

Some of Our Core Beliefs

We believe that everyone in the company should have programming skills. We want everyone here to be able to take their ideas and bring them to life. For designers, that means you have to be able to write code. It doesn’t mean you have to be an expert, but you should at least be able to implement intermediate-level jQuery and also work with React.

We believe that allowing and supporting 100% remote work gives us access to great people we wouldn’t otherwise be able to hire. We tend to hire folks who are later in their careers, which means they usually have their family established somewhere. By offering remote work, we can hire the best people, no matter where they’re located.

We believe that the best way we can acquire top talent is by being an amazing place to work. Work from home, travel with the team, and surround yourself with top tier people at Action Verb. Read about everything we’ve done to make working at Action Verb great.

We believe that building great infrastructure and platform products requires a great internal infrastructure. We have Continuous Integration, a full staging environment, and considerable test coverage. We built our own application deployment system. We self-manage our server environment on Amazon Web Services and custom hardware.

We believe that engineers should support what they build. We expect our teammates to take responsibilty for the engineering decisions they make. If there are performance problems in production, nobody should have to chase anyone down. All engineers participate in a 24/7 on-call rotation and all engineers speak to customers.

We believe in building products that we actually use ourselves. We are our own toughest critics and we put all of our products through their paces every day.

READ THE REST OF OUR CORE BELIEFS

Salary and Pay

As you might expect from a company that is so open, we also post our salary information right here in the job post. We will pay you $100,000 in your first year, plus a great benefits package, and a $2,500 signing bonus to purchase a new computer.

After your first year with Action Verb, we will update your salary based on the value that you have been able to demonstrate for the company. We continue to update salary levels every year. It is possible to reach a pay level of double the starting salary if you come in and absolutely crush it.

We fully pay for your health insurance (exact plan details depend on your state of residence), and we’ll pick up the tab for 50% of your spouse or family if they wish to also join the healthcare plan. We want your family to be healthy.

We recognize that other companies may offer higher initial salary offers or signing bonuses, but at Action Verb, we know that for our ideal candidate, the exact level of pay is just one criteria by which they choose where to work. Our goal is to offer the greatest work environment possible and pay people well enough to make it possible for them to join the team. Come learn our way of working, take on as many roles as you can, and establish yourself as a valuable asset to us. Then after your first year, we’ll re-evaluate your salary and make sure it’s more than fair, given the value you’ve been able to generate for the company.

Plus, you can join Action Verb Risk Free because of our $7,500 Quitting Bonus Within Your First 90 Days.

We get it. Holacracy is new. Working remote is hard. We love these things about our culture, but you might not be sure if you do. Or maybe you just don’t trust us that we really do embody the Core Beliefs on this webpage. To our prospects who may be on the fence about joining Action Verb, we want to make one more offer to push you over the edge and convince you to join us.

If you don’t like working at Action Verb for any reason, quit within the first 90 days and receive a $7,500 quitting bonus. That should be enough to keep you and your family afloat while you decide on your next path. We hope that you won’t take us up on the offer, but we want you to feel good knowing that it’s there.

Ready To Apply?

Working here isn’t for everyone, but if you think it might be for you, please apply.

We only read cover letters in our first screening round, so make sure yours counts. The following are topics we’d like to see addressed in your cover letter:

  • Why does this opportunity specifically appeal to you?
  • How well do you align with Our Core Beliefs? Is there anything you would add or change?
  • Why would working remotely for Action Verb change your life for the better?
  • Are you familiar with Holacracy? Any questions or concerns?
  • What’s lacking in your current work arrangement that we could improve?
  • What are your philosophies on design?
  • What does designing great software look like?

We look forward to reading your letter!

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Source: https://stackoverflow.com/jobs/157540/ui-ux-application-and-website-designer-for-16-action-verb?a=QPI0GJzByHC

Author: Action Verb

Website Not Working on iPhone6 and 6S

Website Not Working on iPhone6 and 6S

2017-11-13 14:38:35

Description: We have an urgent task. Our website's homepage (http://dollarfiftywebsites.com/expertisme) is w…
Category: Web, Software & IT
Required skills: iphone
Fixed Price budget: Under $250
Job type: Public
Freelancer Location: Worldwide

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Source: https://www.guru.com/jobs/website-not-working-on-iphone6-and-6s/1410413

Need Informed Advice Of The QUALITY Of My Almost Finished WP Website

Need Informed Advice Of The QUALITY Of My Almost Finished WP Website

Hi Folks, I’m hoping to get some informed advice on the quality of my almost finished new WP website.

I’ve had a very nice website originally created in Dreamweaver since the late 90s and I’ve been adding to it ever since using adobe Contribute.
Everyone was saying my site looked old so I decided to have a new WP site built. I choose my websites Host to do the work, and I’m not happy at all with it.

I don’t know much about using WP, yet, but have been reading up on it. I asked them if they’re using the Genesis Framework for my new site and what theme we’re using.
They said- ‘We are not using a framework per se. We are using WordPress with the Wood Worker theme and the Visual Composer plugin for editing the layout of the pages’.

so, how does this new site look to you? I do some very nice top end, unique work, creative Design and even nicer Build, and my website should reflect that.

I would like to know what’s wrong with this new site and if it can be corrected.

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Source: https://jobs.wordpress.net/job/need-informed-advice-of-the-quality-of-my-almost-finished-wp-website/

Author: jobposter