Whilst working on client projects we often find useful bits of information out. Where possible we blog about that information to pass on our knowledge. Below are some of our most recent entries.
Designers - how far should their coding knowledge go?
Ok, I'm going to get this out of the way now. The title of this blog post is deliberately trying to get your attention. So why am I doing this?
What do I want?
Hopefully you're still reading. I'm looking to speak to a designer who can code. I'm not talking heavy Rails development or anything, although bonus if so. Basically I have a project I'm working on that I could do with sharing the work load on. The trouble is I'm the bottleneck in development at the moment and I hate that, so if I could find a really good creative who can help remove that bottleneck then I'd be really, really happy.
The project isn't your usual web development, in fact I can guarantee it's probably something very different from what you are used to, and it will definitely challenge you. As the earlier tweets will have explained the work involves designing and developing games.
If you are remotely interested in what I've said so far, then please get in contact and I'll give you the full details.
Please note, this isn't a job, I'm just looking to work with someone on a project, so please don't spam me.Tweet