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Show off your skills while solving complex client problems working with an award-winning agency. Flexible work hours, excellent benefits, and outstanding clients. Strong creative, strategic, and analytical teamwork and friendly, respectful work environment. Ready to work as part of an innovative team, building web solutions in the East Bay? Project6 Design has been building websites and brand identities since 2001. We are looking for a front-end developer to join the team. We have a modern, open floor plan space in a converted warehouse in Emeryville just blocks away from the MacArthur BART station with a shuttle stop right out front. Our industry focus is in tech, foundation, and education. Key clients include UC Berkeley, UCSF, Stanford, Gap, CrossFit, and more. Our founders, designers, and project managers are all local community members and love living close to the office.


  • Develop new user-facing features for a wide variety of progressive companies, non-profits, foundations, and higher education websites
  • Build reusable code and libraries for future use
  • Work with project managers to properly estimate projects and scope site features and functionality
  • Collaborate with other team members and stakeholders

Skills And Qualifications

  • JavaScript expert
  • 5-8 years of Drupal (WordPress!)
  • Lives for front-end (animation and refined front-end techniques)
  • UI/UX focused
  • Pixel-perfect builds from Sketch
  • Pushes the boundaries of what's possible
  • Question everything
  • Guides design team on bringing designs to life
  • Enjoys building for mobile and can always add value/improvements while implementing
  • Proficient understanding of web markup, including HTML5, CSS3
  • Mastery of server-side CSS pre-processing platforms, such as LESS and SASS
  • Understanding of client-side scripting and JavaScript frameworks, including jQuery
  • Working knowledge of commonly used PHP templating tools and libraries such as twig and mustache, and CodeIgniter
  • Frequent usage of task builder GRUNT or GULP
  • Daily working knowledge of GIT repo
  • Knowledge of Bootstrap or similar CSS framework

Nice to Have

  • Accessibility background, W3C, WCAG 2.0 AA. Building sites for .gov and .edu that are compliant
  • Good understanding of advanced JavaScript libraries and frameworks, such as AngularJS, BackboneJS, ReactJS
  • Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them

Does this sound like you? Contact us at, we look forward to hearing from you!