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As the title already is saying, We’re looking for some freelancers for our network. At the moment we work on various projects with a bigger studio and sometimes we simply don’t have the time for some jobs which can range from complete setups, theme customizations or whole site redesigns, and would love to redirect them to some freelancers from our network, which we can trust.
- Perfect valid XHTML/CSS
- Should be able to deliver projects on time
- Skype (for conversation)
- Perfect English
How to apply:If you want to apply DON’T leave your application on this thread – instead email us via our contact form on our profile page. Don’t worry if we don’t get back to you on the same day, we will for sure take your application into consideration and will get in touch with you as soon as possible.
Of course you should tell us as much as possible about you and your work. Portfolio, Themes you’ve created? Where do you live? How old are you? What is your standard hourly rate? How do you prefer to get paid?
We’re able to pay 30$-40$ / hour, but it completely depends on your experience and your skill set.
Looking forward to your applications
Have a great day
Well…you didn’t noticed UIKit I guess?
I would say it depends. In a “normal” phase I try to work as less as possible, spend time with my kids, family and friends and do some other stuff. In such phases I usually: Work: 10-12 hours Sleep: 6 hours
In “Project” phases it is more like killing me sometimes. Never have enough time for anything, like Work: 16-18 hours Sleep: 4-5 hours
During Work I eat, and each hour I make about 5min rest, watching a video, doing some push ups or whatever.
During Holidays, I work. On weekends, I work. On Christmas and New Year, I work. I actually always work, whereever I am. But if you’re a freelancer you know how it works – you love what you do and that’s why you always do it since it is a real part of your life.
250$ for a Re-Design? Or am I missing something? Put another 0 at the end and you will get to a whole different level in terms of quality…
thank you very much for your reply guys, unfortunately we’re only looking for people who can actually read otherwise it wouldn’t make much sense to work together. No harm intended.
But good Luck for your future
For anybody else who still want to apply – please keep it coming.
we’re looking for a developer who can convert a PSD into a fully working Child Theme for the wpCasa Framework (Theme Framework for Real Estate Agencies for WordPress). Most functionalities are already included in the framework and can be customized by using actions and filters.
This project should be done within the next 3 weeks and the available budget for that job is 1500€.
If you’re interested please send me an e-mail at email@example.com
As Designers we’re usually open-minded. We usually hate any kind of boundaries which limits our creativity. HATING something is the opposition of what we stand for. So if someone says to me he hates Comic Sans I always need to laugh and think that this guy only hates it because it is trendy to hate it. But people who say “well, also Comic Sans has its purpose, there must be a simple reason why it is spreaden so far and I respect this”...those people have my respect in turn.
I just started doing new designs on a 1440px width, which scales down depending on the device it gets viewed on. I’m not sure why but I simply love it – looks much more refreshing to play around with the (usually) unused screen estate on the big screens instead of having the standard 960px all the time.
I don’t need to calm because I’m not angry or anything similar
Well, what you’re actually saying is that coding standards are bullish and you probably even include shortcodes and custom post types directly within your theme instead of putting them into a separate plugin and ship them both together. Basically you don’t even care about your customers, right? Because that’s what you’re saying.
Disabling support for child themes? Basically the greatest “bullish” I’ve ever heard, sorry. A theme has support for child themes by default. There is actually nothing wrong with it. If a theme developer offers so many options he/she needs to find a way to implement them along the default proper way, instead of forcing users into a specific direction. I for myself don’t want to have the mess after an upgrade of the theme to re-implement all the stuff and custom styles over and over again only because the “Top Author” is too selfish and prefers to lock his clients/users into his system instead of offering enough space to let the user do what he/she wants. Funny enough that such themes still gets published under “100% GPL”...