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HTML5 Developer
Since 1994, Second Story has conceptualized, designed, and developed interactive media experiences
in diverse formats that enchant, inform, and entertain—pioneering ever more effective ways to inspire
wonder and connect audiences to ideas and information.

We are looking for developers that are experienced in building innovative interactive applications and
experiences using the collections of technologies commonly referred to as HTML5.

The HTML5 developer is an accomplished professional who is passionate and knowledgeable about
the opportunities modern Web UI frameworks provide to build informative, useable, and inspiring

In our process the developer informs the designer’s creative vision, builds prototypes to prove
concepts, creates development plans, and implements the architecture and executes the code to
ultimately translate designs into engaging interactive interfaces. Our ideal candidate is:

    •   An effective communicator that successfully collaborates with designers, producers,
        developers, engineers, fabricators, and contractors.

    •   An experienced Web developer well versed in advanced JavaScript programming,
        building dynamic user interfaces, translating wireframes, designs and motion studies to
        standards compliant HTML and CSS.

    •   A driven innovator with experience using Web technologies on mobile platforms; a tinkerer
        that likes to try different approaches.

    •   A usability advocate working with team members to ensure an inspiring and useable end
        product that is successful for diverse audiences across multiple browsers and platforms.

    •   A practical, pragmatic innovator whose solutions elicit responses that justify the effort
        and expense.

This is a contract position. Please send your resume and your portfolio to

Learn more about the studio and experience the projects at

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Description: The predecessor of the draft HTML5 called Web Applications 1.0. Proposed in 2004 by WHATWG, accepted in 2007 by W3C, and set up a new HTML working group. In the January 22, 2008, the first draft of a formal announcement is expected in September 2010 will be formally recommended to the public. WHATWG specification is that the ongoing work, still have many years of effort.