There’s a difference between a true software engineer and a namesake software engineer. A namesake engineer has an engineering degree – might know theory matter well but will struggle writing a simple program. True software engineers are different. They might not even have a computer engineering degree. But you’ll find them sitting in computer labs for long, possibly building a command prompt game or learning a new programming language. We’re looking for true software engineers to join our company. For us, your academic performance isn’t a yardstick for selection. It doesn’t matter if you weren’t at the top of your class, if you didn’t score a consistent first-class every semester, or if you had multiple KTs. Your marks don’t define your abilities. Your interest lies in programming clubs, hackathons, following latest technologies, in practical learning. You have a passion for building great software, and the urge to prove your abilities by exceeding expectations. If this sounds like you, then write to us. Tell us why we should hire you. Share with us your ambition, your interests and about a memorable project you worked on.
Do you have “marketeer brain”? Do you discuss the success and failures of popular brands and the reasons for them? Such as, What makes Oreo the world’s most loved Chocolate Cookie? When you think of luxury automobiles, why do names like BMW and Mercedes pop-up in our minds? Why are Urban Indians who want to use premium phones, gravitating to the OnePlus brand? What makes people go ga-ga over the heavily priced Netflix subscription? If questions like these intrigue you and make you dig deeper, you are a student of marketing. But, once you uncover their secrets and think of even better ideas to further their successes, or think about strategies their competition should implement, you, our dear friend, are a rare species with “marketeer brain” and are someone we want to work with. We are a bunch of creative people looking to work with others more creative than us. We don’t care if you know (or don’t know) the basics of SEO, SEM or any other marketing principles somebody can learn from a book. We want to know if you can tell a story that enthralls others and makes strangers believe in you; if you can think of or have tried your hand at (not few, but) many creative ways to promote your friend’s business or your college fest. Your “marketeer brain” is what matters to us. Digital marketing isn’t just fiddling with keywords or spending money on clicks. WhatsApp didn’t spend money on its way to over $16B acquisition, neither did Instagram or Twitter. Yet they are wildly successful because things much deeper, 1) kickass products (that appeal to consumers) and 2) razor-sharp marketing campaigns. We are on a similar quest and if this resonates with you, you ought to give yourself the best chance to explore it live in action. Apply now and tell us your story about an experience or two where you played a key role in spreading the word about something and promoting it to the audience that mattered. Let your marketeer brain do the talking.
Understand the requirements from domain and user needs perspective and work closely with other members of the team to come up with interactive design solutions that leads to intuitive user experience Gather insights from analytics, conduct adequate research and employ a User Centered Design approach. Perform competitive analysis and create reports Deliver clean wireframes with adequate annotations Come up with fresh interactions, visuals and artwork for website/app designs Keep updated with trends and developments in the industry Prepare and present rough drafts to key stakeholders Support and improve our existing portfolio of products. Translate concepts into user flows, wireframes, mockups and prototypes Work collaboratively with developers to create solutions that find a balance between business needs, usability, and development effort
Do you love writing essays or participating in debates? Do you love articulating stories? Put your “writer hat” on, we want to hear from you. We’re looking for a person who’s passionate about writing. We want someone who can use their wit and creativity to craft amazing content; content that resonates with the reader and subtly persuades them to take an action. As part of our team, you’d have to be willing to take interest in the reader’s journey, their pain points, to produce genuine, helpful content; the kind of content that makes an impact and helps us build our brand. It’s great if you have an interest in reading or have impeccable grammar. But that’s not all that it takes. Saying that you’d make a good content writer because you’ve read a lot of books or have good grammar is like saying you can build a chair because you’ve sat in many. Grammar and writing are not the same. And, with the kind of content that we want, we don’t want just any chair— we want a Barcalounger. The kind of chair that pulls people in, and makes them want to stay.
We are looking for a passionate programmer, who will- Develop complex plugins, extensions, applications and Workflows Develop websites, eCommerce stores, CRM systems and custom web solutions Integrate disparate systems using extensive API Programming Participate in the development (and possibly, architecture) of indigenous products/offerings Participate and contribute to community based open source projects Well, we believe true software engineers are different. They might not even have a computer engineering degree. But you will find them sitting in computer labs for long, possibly building a command prompt game or learning a new programming language. Were looking for true software engineers to join our company. For us, your academic performance is not a yardstick for selection. It does not matter if you were not at the top of your class, if you did not score a consistent first-class every semester, or if you had multiple KTs. Your marks do not define your abilities. Your interest lies in programming clubs, hackathons, following latest technologies, in practical learning. You have a passion for building great software, and the urge to prove your abilities by exceeding expectations. If this sounds like you, then write to us. Tell us why we should hire you. Share with us your ambition, your interests and about a memorable project you worked on. Desired Candidate Profile: Passion for programming Sound coding logic and analytical ability to design test scenarios and debug issues Ability to work in a disciplined manner, follow standards, processes & rules Keen interest in research about the latest web technologies and advancements Enthusiasm to learn new technologies and incorporate them in the new offerings/solutions Excellent verbal and written communication skills