As a developer at Interactive World, you’ll develop responsive themes & plugins for WordPress. You’ll use SaSS, Bundler and Grunt (past experience with these preferred, but not necessarily required) to automate what you can, so you can focus on writing clean, performant code.
Hand-code clean, semantic, standards-compliant and responsive HTML and CSS3 themes. Evaluate designs, wireframes and other deliverables during the design and user experience phase for potential development issues and flag problems appropriately. Create graceful fallbacks for complex CSS3 styling in old Internet Explorer browsers (back to IE9, and occasionally IE8). Conduct peer review of themes created by other developers. Conduct cross-browser and cross-device testing to ensure consistent display in major supported browsers on Mac, PC, iOS and Android platforms. Clearly communicate the intricacies of complex web development issues, acting as a subject matter expert both internally across departments and externally with clients. Perform site-building activities, including creating and modifying views, contexts and blocks in order to match functionality specified in wireframes and designs. Install, test and debug WordPress plugins. Prototype functionality for internal and client review.