UI Developer


Greater London Contract / 6 Months £350 - £400 per annum

My client are one of the largest oil and gas companies in the world and they are in the market for a contract UI developer on a 6 month basis.

Skills required for this role:

  • UI developer to take visual mock-ups and turn them into intuitive, interactive applications.
  • The application we are building right now is a data visualisation piece so data visualisation experience is essential.
  • Working with animation and meaningful interactions is essential.
  • D3 or equivalent physics simulation experience in addition to Angular and other web application frameworks
  • Working in a fast paced Agile team

If you have the above skills please apply for this role.


Job Reference: UIDeveloper

Salary: £350 - £400 per annum

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Job Duration: 6 Months

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