Yoghurt Digital is a leading digital marketing agency based in Crows Nest, Sydney. We’re a bunch of highly motivated digital marketers looking to show the industry the power of understanding your users. We balance smart data insights and inspired strategy to help produce powerful results for our clients.
Things you should know about Yoghurt:
We love a cheeky scotch or beer happens on Friday.
All you can eat chicken wing nights!
Lunch n’ Learns on Tuesday and Friday!
We would love to invite an experienced junior web developer who is ready to level up and take ownership of their projects.
Self-sufficiently manage all web development projects end to end.
Create and execute split tests within tools such as VWO or Optimizely.
Strong attention to detail. Able to translate web designs into pixel perfect code, from single landing pages to full websites.
Constantly improve your own knowledge and abilities by keeping up with the latest trends and know-how (self-motivated learning is essential).
Quality-assure that all projects are cross browser and device friendly.
Help the operations team create new and interesting tools to improve productivity.Ability to build, monitor and maintain websites (front and back end) end to end, including server administration and troubleshooting problems.
2+ years experience in a junior web developer role.
Develop on platforms such as WordPress (essential) Magento and Shopify.
HTML/CSS, JS/JQuery and PHP is essential.
Responsive development is essential.
Server side knowledge and server management knowledge will be highly favoured.
Understanding of split testing tools and how to use them.
Basic HTML & CSS knowledge.
Knowledge of usability best practices.
Exceptional verbal and written communication skills.Usability and User Experience knowledge not essential, but highly favoured.
Campus Living Villages (CLV) is the leading provider of on-campus student accommodation in Australia. With over 45,000 beds owned, managed or under development across Australia, the United States, United Kingdom and New Zealand, CLV has an extensive track record for creating quality, purpose-built facilities and managing exciting student communities around the globe.
A new and exciting opportunity exists in our Australian business within our Sydney Corporate Office, for the role of a Global Web Developer to join the team on a full time basis.
Reporting to the Global Head of Marketing, the Global Web Developer will be responsible for designing and developing web applications to ensure that CLV's digital platforms deliver an optimal user experience in order to increase conversion rates and therefore occupancy at CLV Villages. The role will also be responsible for domain administration, ensuring all CLV registered domains are correctly configured and redirections are implemented as required.
Key areas of the role include:Graphic design of website elements for use in website development and enhancement projects.Implement measures and monitor website security and user access to ensure CLV digital assets remain secure.Ensure all CLV website designs are mobile responsive to ensure optimal user experience on all devices.Maintain CLV's global suite of registered domains and coordinate renewal when required.Implement domain redirects as necessary and ensure all active domains are targeted to current websites.Support and comply with prevailing legislation, including health & safety, data protection, human resources and privacy.
Essential criteria for this role include the following experience and skills
CLV offers an attractive total fixed remuneration (TFR) which includes employer superannuation contributions and short term incentives.
SBS has developed a reputation for being one of the
most unique and diverse media organisations in the world. This seems fair.
Where else is dancing in Mardi Gras parades, spotting Lee Lin Chin in the café,
and critiquing Eurovision performances all part of a day’s work?
re looking for a freelance creative frontend developer for an upcoming project: a
narrative led, factual crime story. The project will incorporate multimedia
elements such as video, audio, illustration and text. In addition to being a
solid programmer, ideally you will have experience working with multimedia
will be collaborating with SBS’s Creative Labs and Content teams, in addition
to other freelance illustrators and designers we will bring into the project.
anticipate a start date from 3 October, with the development time being up to 2
months. Preferably you will be available to work with us in our Sydney offices
for a period of the project.
send a brief intro and links to previous work that demonstrates your coding
skills. This is what we’ll be looking for:
HTML and CSS to a solid level
Knowledge of code libraries used in creating rich web experiences
(GSAP, PixiJS, ThreeJS, CreateJS).
Working knowledge of the Adobe suite of products - in particular,
Ability to create web ready assets from artwork supplied in a
broad range of formats (not limited to static imagery: this includes creating
sprite sheets, encoding video for the appropriate platforms, 3D models, etc).
A basic understanding of geometry and mathematics as relevant to
animation and interaction development – both 2D and 3D.
Build processes (Gulp, Grunt etc).
Source control and issue tracking.
of the below will be well regarded:
Animation authoring (eg. Flash/Animate CC or After Effects
SVG for animation or data visualisation.