Hi, nice to meet you!

We're Creative Fabrica. A fast scaling start-up from Amsterdam.

Our mission is to change the way people consume digital assets. We believe that the way current marketplaces sell designs is ok, but not great. We will change that.

Creative Fabrica is a combination of love for art and a passion for handmade crafts and fonts. We believe that each font and craft is a little piece of art. Likewise, we believe that art should be made available to everyone.

About the platform

Creative Fabrica was launched in the summer of 2016 with the mission to change how digital designs are purchased and used. Since our launch we have been through tremendous growth.

We have scaled to 20 million+ monthly page views, viewing over 1.5 million listed products from 5000+ active designers.

Our focus is to have designers on board that offer exceptional high-quality content and make their products searchable in unique ways. This allows our customers to speed up their workflow, allowing them to focus on what they love most: Creating.

We are growing. Fast. You will help us grow even faster.

At Creative Fabrica we look for and work with individuals who are passionate about what they do, not just as a job, but as a craft.
Our product is challenging and that makes it fun! We have TB of digital assets, we implemented our own video on demand solution, we process high volumes of new products being added every day, lots of transactions, api integrations, monitoring, etc.

We believe our technology will make or break the company, and this is why we are hiring only exceptional talent.

Job description

At Creative Fabrica we are developing the e-commerce platform of the future.
On top of that, we built and maintain a social networktools for creators to manage their digital assets, CF Fans - an all-in-one platform for creators to manage their followers, CF Classes - online classes from experienced designers and crafters, and many more!

As a Front-end Engineer, you will build and maintain our CF Fans React app and help us migrate our main site to React. You will be responsible with keeping a healthy balance between speed of delivery and quality, to support the product's roadmap.

Responsibilities

  • Designing, developing, and testing UI for web and mobile applications
  • Build reusable code and libraries for future use
  • Accurately translate user and business needs into functional frontend code
  • Collaborate with the senior developers, co-workers and your EM to improve processes and make sure you deliver quality code every time
  • Participating in daily stand ups with the team and in sprint planning every two weeks, and delivering on the sprint

The kind of person we are looking for

Essential: 

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent in Computer Science
  • 3+ years experience with React
  • Experience with JavaScript, HTML5, and CSS3
  • Enthusiastic about SEO, responsive design, performance tuning, usability & accessibility.
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Familiarity using Scrum/Agile development methodologies

Nice to have

  • Experience with Next.js and TypeScript
  • Experience with building a high traffic product is a plus (something that was built for many views either B2B or B2C for either marketplaces/ecommerce platforms or travel platforms)

Aptitudes:

  • Natural problem solver with a positive attitude, solutions focused.
  • A knack for new technologies and methods where you can apply them to new ideas and concrete solutions.
  • Aptitude for growth and willingness to get better, to be able to keep adapting to new situations and always deliver the highest quality results.
 

 

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You can apply by clicking the "Apply now" button.

Creative Fabrica is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

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