Job Description Adobe Experience Manager (AEM/CQ) experience preferred 6+ years of experience with hands-on front-end Web development 5+ years of experience with Web applications and programming languages Experience writing semantic, modular front-end code adhering to the W3C and Web accessibility guidelines, including authoring within enterprise-wide content management systems, Adobe Experience Manager Great proficient with languages / preprocessing tools... HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. HTML5, CSS3, SASS, grunt, HTL, ExtJS, JQuery or NodeJS, AngularJs Mobile first approach experience with responsive web design, griddle, bootstrap Demonstrated UI/UX design principles and best practices implementations. Knowledge of Web based display issues, such as dithering, Web safe color palettes, resolution, file size, and file formats. Creative, resourceful, and innovative with strong attention to detail Adobe Analytics (Omniture) or other enterprise level analytics platform experience preferred. 6 - 12 years Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines and project milestones Excellent communication skills and the ability to clearly and effectively present work Able to work collaboratively as a team player. Able to give and receive feedback in a positive, constructive manner Possess passion for staying up-to-date on best practices in the fields of creative design, usability, human factors, multimedia and interface design. 133635
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Minimum Qualification
5 - 7 years

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