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Resn
Wellington, New Zealand
http://www.resn.co.nz

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Job description
Resn Wellington is looking for a senior creative Javascript developer. What sets you apart is your ability to make the front end come to life through code driven animations, transitions and little touches of class. You have a keen visual eye and understand the importance of getting it to look amazing. You care as much about the visuals as you do about the code.

You have made and used particle systems, physics engines, audio reactive experiments, and can tell easing functions from each other at 100 meters on a broken screen at night. You have a love affair with Webgl and browser based 3D. You also love quite a bit of CSS 3D transforms on the side, or middle or wherever it takes you.

You are passionate and driven to make the best interactive experiences on the planet.


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How to apply
http://resn.theresumator.com/apply/S4aXZj/JavascriptWebGL-Developer.html


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