You thought Edenspiekermann was simply a design agency? Wrong! We are building high-end interactive applications and we need help from another top-notch creative developer.
Clearly you’re enthusiastic and passionate. Addicted to coding with the latest techniques. Longing to apply your knowledge to make our concepts work and to combine aesthetics with functionality. Someone who directly knows what is needed to take a project to the next level and sweep clients of their feet. Someone committed. Someone with a hunger for knowledge and learning new stuff.
What else do we need?
You will be involved in front-end and back-end development and prototyping of functionality and proof of concepts required to deliver exceptional work. We hope you share our excitement for some of these technologies: Python, Rest Frameworks, Arduino, Virtual Reality, Machine Learning, Digital Fabrication and WebGL. You’re available to work on-site at our Amsterdam office, for at least 4 days a week.
Free time for experimenting
To stay ahead of competitors and to keep track on current developments we will give you space and time to keep up to date and to explore and experiment with new technologies. That way we’re on top of our game – all the time. Do you have any cool projects online? Show us!
Edenspiekermann is an international digital design agency with offices in Amsterdam, Berlin, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Singapore. Our business is about designing and developing world class brand experiences for well-known international clients. We offer you the opportunity to create award winning projects and we’ll give you time to experiment and to stay ahead as an expert in your field.
About the team
Our studio in Amsterdam consists of a multi-disciplinary team with varying levels of experience, talents and backgrounds. You’ll be working with (UX) designers, developer, writers and creatives. Our ideal candidate thrives in a creative environment has 2 to 3 years of working experience.
We're pretty confident we'll find the right person ourselves, so no recruiters please.