There are several openings on the application development teams at Barefoot Proximity. The roles sort of mix together during the day to day work but we assign work based on expertise, mostly. We keep it interesting and new even if sometimes it seems standard. You'd think that everything in marketing and e-Commerce has been done before. I have found that there is a lot of work in getting it right. We are always inventing better ways to solve the same problems the competition has. It gives us an edge. Front End Developer more info HTML and CSS – they aren’t a necessary evil that a front-end developer has to suffer through. At Barefoot Proximity, they are valued skills on equal footing with all other aspects of application development. As an advertising agency, design is in our DNA. We love our Macs. In fact, the only PC’s in our office are the loaners from our clients. Our attention to detail and passion for design have led us to appreciate that a well-executed visual design c
There are now more people posting about working from home than there are rolls of toilet paper on planet earth. (I just made that statistic up). Here is the top ten reasons why I'm contributing to that number. Nobody will read this You can print this list and use it for toilet paper I sometimes use my gym equipment and want to brag about that My internet stalker wants to see in my office/gym I'm bored I've been working at home for over a year straight and will hopefully never commute again Sharing my space will make you feel better about your own space I like showing off my curved monitor For tax purposes, in case they bring back the home office deduction, this is proof SEO Those reasons are not in any particular order. I just made them up. I hope anyone reading this is safe at home and can work in a nice quiet space like mine.
One of the most popular Visual Studio extensions is Web Essentials. One of my favorite features is the extra stylesheet support WE gives Visual Studio. Making sure that the numbers of colors in a web site doesn't get out of control can be a big deal. Having a consistent color palette makes a real difference in the overall feel of a web application. After you install the extension you should see a new menu in the toolbar called Web Essentials. It will look like this. If you click "Create color palette" you'll add a css file to the Solution Items. This file is named specifically "WE-Palette.css". Do not rename it or move it. If you happen to remove it, but do not delete it then you'll be stuck. The file might still be in the solution folder but hidden from the project. You will have to delete it or Visual Studio won't be able to create it. You'll be stuck in a state of color palette limbo. In this example I created a s