Pink Elephant Marketing is seeking a web-savvy professional to create interactive and dynamic sites for our clients. (Bonus points if you’ve got experience with apps and mobile.)
This will be a contract position, with real potential to become full-time for the right individual.
- Wire framing
- PHP programming
- HTML5 and CSS3
- SQL & Database design
- CMS (Joomla, Drupal, WordPress, etc)
- Testing and debugging
- Latest APIs, plugins & technologies
- Modern web standards & best practices
- Cross-browser/platform compatibility & solutions
- At least 3-5 yrs experience
- Strong attention to detail
- The skills to be efficient yet thorough
- The ability to build sites that match creative PSDs
If this describes you, email us with some work samples at email@example.com, or send us a link to your site.
You might want to think twice about nabbing that iPhone that was conveniently left behind by its owner. Because you might become the focus of a news article that outs you as the thieving scoundrel that you are.
Like the woman in Britain was brought in for questioning after having her photograph taken by a stolen iPhone. The owner supposedly had this app installed, which takes a picture of anyone trying to unsuccessfully unlock the phone. THEN it emails the photo and location info back to the owner.
One of the cooler security/tracking apps found on the market, it even locks all your data so that your personal info remains personal.
If you can find a better app than this, I’d love to know about it. Because honestly, this is nothing short of brilliant in my opinion.
Send your findings to:
Director of Business Development
I had the chance to watch the new 007 film Skyfall recently. And I must say, as a big fan of the franchise, I really enjoyed it (as I do all the Bond films).
No, this won’t be a movie review. (Though you can always throw me an email and we can definitely gush about it.) What I wanna talk about is product placement.
Here’s a rundown of the brands that surround Mr. Bond…
- Adele Great voice for a great theme song. And a great opportunity for one to cash in on the other.
- Heineken I’m certainly impressed with what this brand brought to the table. Not only within the film itself, but also with the Bond-esque commercial they released before the debut. While I’m sure the beer company spent a handsome amount for the association, I’m relieved that they didn’t get rid of Bond’s trademark martini.
- Volkswagen Did the company purposely place those poor Beetles to get strategically crushed by the backhoe tractor, or were they a sort of “benefactor” of the scene?
- Sony As Bond’s technological supplier of choice, Sony appeared as the phone & laptop of the leading man. And if it’s good enough for Daniel Craig, it’s good enough for you.
I doubt you had a craving for a Heiney after watching the movie. I doubt you rushed out to buy the Sony Xperia. I doubt you had an unnatural urge to trample over a VW.
But I’d like to give credit to the companies that take advantage of (or get taken advantage of, depending on how you see it) in blockbusters to showcase their brand.
It’s not for everyone, but I say if you have the money to do so, then why not?!
Case in point, I’m blogging about it right now, now so it must have had some impact…
Feel free to lemme know what you think:
Director of Business Development