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Old 04-13-2012, 04:19 AM
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Webgeeks needed for projects


Webgeeks needed for projects

Job Description

You will be responsible for working project based jobs with the rest of us geeks to get actual front-end code complete. In this role you will also work closely with the development team to ensure code is correct and compliant with back-end systems. We pay you Norwegian wages no matter where in the world you are located!

Desired Skills & Experience

You don't need to have:
A degree. Lifelong learning experience is more important.

You must have:
HTML, CSS and PHP skills.
Familiarity with Adobe Creative Suite software (especially Photoshop).
Ability to meet a set deadline. Whatever your age we expect you to get the work done and meet the deadline.
Strong written communication skills in the English language.


Nice to have:
Design sensibility.
Experience with jQuery and Javascript.
Experience with the CMS Systems (Joomla, MODx etc.).
MySQL skills

About us
Small but powerful Aksnt works with cutting edge technology to promote website visibility for our customers. With extremely user friendly solutions accessible from anywhere in the world we use design and SEO as tools for meeting our goals as well as those of our customers. Visit our website aksent.no to see some of our projects (site is in Norwegian only).


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If you'd like to know more about working freelance for us, register your interest at freelance@aksent.no


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