Front-end development is a design that works
From a neat grid to a smooth animation. And from mobile to 4k desktops. You implement a design and take it to a higher level without forgetting even the finest detail. Focusing on the best online experience that works for the user.
What does a front end developer do at Fabrique?
You make sure that the design of sites and apps actually works. This means you are involved from the very start of a project. Together with the design team and the client, you know how to utilize the technical possibilities to the fullest. At the same time, you use your freedom to grab a design and take it to the next level. You think and breath solutions. Is the code getting the better of you? At Fabrique, you’re never alone. Your colleagues are always happy to jump in and help. And every day you work for ambitious national and international clients like IKEA, Hermitage Amsterdam, RADA and Museum Catherijneconvent.
What does it take?
- At least 3 years’ experience as front and developer, experience at an agency is much appreciated.
- Up-to-date with the latest of technological developments — Sass, BEM, ES6, Babel and Webpack/Gulp/Grunt hold no secrets for you. Experience with React, Vue or Angular would make us even more happy.
- A feel for design. You understand that the devil is in the details. Fonts, sizes, margins, padding, colours: small differences can make or break a design.
- Located in the Netherlands, and fluent in English and preferably Dutch (or willing to learn if you’re not a native speaker).
- You’ve graduated from college or university (or you can show you're at a comparable level of expertise).
What do you get?
- Cool projects for well-known national and international brands with talented Fabriquers.
- Progress. We dare to promise that we will make you grow as a person and a developer.
- Freedom to try out and play with the latest technologies.
- Every question is different. So is every process. Scrum, Lean Startup, Design sprints — with us you will learn how it’s done or how you can improve your skills.
- Two weeks of research time each year. Not connected to any projects and totally free to fill in to your heart's desire.
- You’re never too cool for school. Go back to the classroom at our own Fabrique University. Or take the opportunity to get external training and visit conferences that will help you improve, like DjangoCon, Smashingconf and React Amsterdam.
- And naturally: a good salary, 24 days of annual leave, a good pension fund, a MacBook with all the tools, et cetera.