Our analytics platform helps digital storytellers at some of the web's best sites, such as Arstechnica, The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker, TechCrunch, The Intercept, and many more.
We are now expanding our reach into the area of petabyte-scale data analysis in order to deliver insights to our customers about how news and information flows online.
What is the frontend team?
Our frontend team owns the core experience of Parse.ly’s customer-facing SaaS products -- most importantly, the real-time analytics dashboard. In the spirit of Edward Tufte, we do whatever it takes to deliver awesome data visualizations to customers in an easy-to-understand format.
(Also, to get a sense of our design, see screenshots 12345)
What you'll do
- Come up with novel interface designs and data visualizations.
- Write code in Python that power our Django-based HTTP API.
- Analyze data at massive scale.
- Brainstorm new product ideas and directions with team and customers.
- Analyze customer usage data to improve shipped features.
What you should have
- Ideally 4+ years experience in technology.
- A preference for self-sufficient productivity.
- An ability to work well with others.
- A highly organized and disciplined approach to self-improvement.
- Deep experience with HTML and cross-browser development.
- Respect for the awesome power of CSS.
- Interest in responsive design and how to deliver unified user experiences across multiple environments, e.g. desktop web, mobile web, native mobile, browser plugins.
- A portfolio of user interfaces and/or experiences in whose delivery you played a major part.
It’s a major bonus if you have any of these things
- Real Python/Django programming experience.
- A portfolio of real D3.js visualizations.
- Opinions about webapp design with Angular, React, Vue, or similar.
- Some open source code and/or contributions.
- Some experience with Xcode, iOS apps, Objective-C, and/or Swift.
- Some experience with Android Studio, Android apps, Java, and/or Kotlin.