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Artemis UI Developer

What the job is

At Artemis, we are building the future of farm management, and we want the experience of using our platform to be easy, fast, and consistent. HTML/CSS, front-end performance, and UI best practices often come second to functionality in the development world. We believe we can do better. Join a smart, enthusiastic team of developers and work closely with a designer to help build the best Cultivation Management Platform on the market.

What we’re looking for

You are in love with building UIs in modern frameworks like React or Vue. You think in components and have a DOM rendering engine in your head. Writing HTML and CSS comes as second nature to you. You may or may not be a designer, but you have an eye for clean and effective interfaces and can take inspiration from other well designed tools. You have opinions about class naming schemes, what CSS hacks are worthwhile and which are gross, and care about rendering performance. Accessible markup and UI are important to you, and you can strike a balance between making a component perfect and making a component quickly. You feel comfortable building a responsive static website from scratch without a CSS framework like Bootstrap.


  • Implement and refine an Artemis design system with clean and consistent React components and CSS architecture
  • Document our design system, components, and CSS for easier use by development team
  • Work closely with designers and developers to build new features and improve existing ones
  • Refactor components and features for cleaner and DRYer code
  • Experiment and tweak our UI to improve the user experience


  • Fluent in building React or Vue components with conditional logic, passing props, etc.
  • Fluent in clean and accessible HTML (using more than just divs) and CSS (You can flex your flex-box skills)
  • Familiar with best practices in front-end development
  • Familiar with Git/GitHub and modern developer workflows
  • Bonus: Experience building and styling React Native apps


  • Portfolio showing HTML and CSS work
  • Opinions about CSS best practices
  • Up-to-date with the latest best practices in HTML and CSS


Remote friendly (US only) position with opportunity to work in Brooklyn office if desired.

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