Front-end developer at Practice

Posted on: 04/21/2021

Location: (REMOTE)

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We're adding a Front-end Developer to our team. We are a small, very experienced product group, executing on a mission to use modern software practices to improve the lives of millions of people. You have - enough experience to have made many mistakes - a practical product-focused mindset - an evidenced appreciation for interactive design - impressive technical ease and facility - our web stack is next.js / vercel / firebase In your first 6 months at Practice, you will - lead a handful of major roadmap initiatives - analyze and report on metrics related to user workflows - organize and execute usability tests for user workflows - identify and improve our weakest CX from an interactive design perspective - assist in the architecture our front-end testing world Other important details: - We have a very international team, but we actively seek to increase our diversity. We particularly welcome applications from women, and from black and minority ethnic candidates. - We work remotely. You can be located anywhere. - You will have a lot of leash. Great collaborators can largely set their own hours and get things done their own way. We want you to own part of the platform. - As an early employee with a team of repeat founders, you will have a front-row seat to watch how it can be done. Our team is outstanding, and over the next few years you will have the opportunity to level yourself up multiple times. - Design and usability are strategically important to us. You'll be working closely with a designer. We hope you have an opinion. - We're intensely product-focused. We hope that what we make is beautiful, but we're not building software for the sake of beautiful software. We're building a system that will improve the lives of millions of people. Please email your application to [careers@practice.do](mailto:careers@practice.do). To float to the top of the list, please include brief answers to the following questions: 1. What's the worst mistake you've made in your career? 2. Tell us about the piece of interactive programming you've done that you're most proud of.