affix are delighted to continue scaling the 99designs Connection group with opportunities for a Mid Level Software Engineer to contribute to an area that’s truly disrupting the status quo.
This would be a great opportunity for someone who has experience in either front end or back end development and already knows their way around Golang, TypeScript and GraphQL, or perhaps even for a .NET or Java web developer who would like a little taste of something new. Read on, my friends…
99designs is the world’s global creative platform that makes it easy for clients and designers to work together to create designs they love. Its mission is to champion creativity to create opportunities for people around the world. Founded in 2008, 99designs has grown from a small, online forum into a worldwide community of talented designers that is now the go-to solution for businesses, agencies, and individuals.
Why join now? You’d be joining a high calibre and mature product tech business that’s small enough for you to have real impact.
Working in the Connection group your attention will be drawn to the moment both sides of their creator and client market meet, seeking to understand and solve such challenges as equitable work distribution, work recommendations & matching, scaling our product offerings and the marketplace dynamics that underpin the 99designs platform.
Working in the Partners & Products squad you will work in a team that is focused on building capabilities that enable productization of design services for use across 99d, their community, Vistaprint and a growing list of high profile partners that leverage 99designs services.
The techy bits
Every team is fullstack and looks after an end-to-end, vertical slice of the 99designs product. This means that you own part of the front-end, back-end, storage, and operations – the goal is for teams to be in control of delivering a great end-user experience.
A little bit about you
As 99d continues to scale, they are committed to building an inclusive and diverse team that reflects the communities in which they operate. They want people to feel like they belong and can bring their whole selves to work. Their aim is to continue to foster a collaborative environment with a keen focus on innovation, growth and ownership. Below are just some of the things they do to support our people:
Just a little bit curious?! Let’s have a chat to see if this can be your happy (work) place.