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Position: Website developer
Organization: Ampersand Communications
Location: remote / prefer west coast Vancouver/Victoria, BC

Looking for a right hand woman to join my small but mighty creative agency as a contract website programmer/developer/designer.

You are dynamic, a self-starter, with dozens of web projects under your belt. You have solid Wordpress, css and Adobe skills and have glowing references from a string of happy customers. But: you are ready to stop having to juggle shifting client expectations and the slippery slopes of sales and marketing. You just want to make freaking awesome websites, and you have a yearning to work on meaningful projects for good people.

Still reading? Hello, there. I'm Andrea Palframan and I've been in communication arts for 3 decades. I work on 12-20 website projects a year and handle all of the client relations, art direction, and most design processes on projects that range from solo-preneur book projects to sites for complex higher education institutions.

I vet all of my projects based on client's theory of change: how is their work going to contribute to making the world a better place? I work with bestselling authors, wilderness immersion therapists, environmental NGOs, conscious dance facilitators: I have a good nose for bullshit and steer clear of 'woo woo', finding instead amazing humans who are pushing the edges of endeavour with courage and humility.

Are you one of those fine humans? If so, get in touch. I am looking for someone who wants to do good, be part of creating beauty, and has serious and ever evolving Wordpress/Creative Suite chops. I need someone who has well-articulated skills who can adapt to the fluid medium that is digital design. You got 'em? Reach me at

Send a resume, but more importantly please send 5-7 work samples, with a note about what you did for the person/project. If you are shortlisted I will want to hop on a call with you and tour the back end to see how you are anticipating change within your website frameworks and how and when you apply custom css vs. using plugins.

Thanks. Hope you're the One.

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Current status: Open/apply now.   Date posted: Feb 11 2020    ID: 56012