At Catapult, we believe in the power of empathy, analysis and creativity to develop strong corporate identities. We believe that good design can increase the users’ ability to use the functions of the interface. In our design process, we seek to balance between technical functionality and visual elements to create a system that is not only aesthetic and recognizable, but also functional, readable and flexible to meet changing user needs.
You are responsible for researching, designing and developing various digital assignments. Underlying technical knowledge is necessary to achieve the designs we strive for. You work with us, a small team of graphic designers and digital developers.
As a fullstack Developer, you will work on designs and interfaces that Catapult designs and develops for its customers. Your role includes design and development of webapplications. You play a key role in our team, bringing technology within reach of users and bringing a vision to life.
You design interfaces that enable users to understand and handle data.
You communicate and document your work and facilitate its implementation to ensure high quality designs.
You bring the visual identity of our customers to life and help to develop it further.
You will continue to educate yourself and contribute to the professional development of our team.
Solid experience in designing complex interfaces
Knowledge of User Centered Design
Mastery of production software and design software
Code experience and knowledge
Experience with PHP – Laravel framework
Punctuality and perfectionism
Appointments, organization and deadlines
Abstract thinking and being able to deal with complexity
Empathy and teamwork
Curiosity and desire to learn
Autonomy and adaptability
The Catapult team currently consists of 4 people, and we have plans to expand this in the coming years. We place openness at the heart of our culture.
We are looking for a talented Full Stack Developer who is able to bring his own vision, ideas and experience to the team. The recruitment takes place in 3 phases: