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A. D.'s List: Front-end

    1. HTML & XHTML
    2. CSS
    3. Javascript
    4. Flash
    5. ActionScript
    6. Color
    7. UI & UE
    8. Tools
    9. Community
    10. Resources (sounds, vector, pic...)
    11. Ajax
      • You have an online portfolio of fully accessible sites hand-coded in standards-compliant XHTML/CSS
      • Your best friend is Firebug and layout tables make you weep
      • Client-side functionality with unobtrusive javascript gets you excited
      • You want to learn even more about pushing the boundaries of the web
      • You have good experience in javascript libraries, for example jQuery, prototype,, Yahoo UI etc.
      • You have a good understanding of user interface design and usability principles
      • You have a good grasp of server-side technologies and an understanding of AJAX
      • You have an almost unhealthy attention to detail and take real pride in the finished product
      • You have previous agency experience
      • You are well organised and self-motivated, with the ability to work to tight deadlines
    • The following skills are required:


      * 2 years+ Web User Interface / design experience
        * A mastery of HTML and CSS with focus on web-standard and cross-browser issues
        * Fluent in Javascript / Jquery / Prototype and other nice js libraries (moo.fx…)
        * Fluent in English and French (other languages are assets)
        * Able to meet deadlines and strong organisational skills


      The following skills are assets:


      * Knowledge of XML technologies (Xslt, Xpath, Xquery…)
        * Knowledge of PHP or other OO programming language
        * Knowledge of Version Control Software (CVS, Subversion…)
        * Experience with WorPress templating
        * Practical knowledge of Flash / AS2 / AS3

    • Front-end and back-end are generalized terms that refer to the initial and the end stages of a process. The front-end is responsible for collecting input in various forms from the user and processing it to conform to a specification the back-end can use. The connection of the front-end to the back-end is a kind of interface.
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