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Topic # 173316 19-May-2015 13:44
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Myself and some colleagues are looking to startup a vehicle tracking/monitoring system using pre-built hardware, but our own customised back end to provide the 'smarts'. We have built a prototype web UI which sits on top of our backend but it is far from 'polished'.

So we are looking for someone who is proficient in HTML/CSS/JS that can take our skeleton and build a 'pretty' front-end to site on top, since none of us have these skills. 

Anyone interested in this sort of work? We won't have a very big budget but then we are not asking for a full redesign, just a bit of spit-and-polish so to speak :).

Send me a PM if you are interested and I can point you towards the current version of our demo site for reference.


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  Reply # 1307808 19-May-2015 14:56
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Where are you based? Do you want someone local or can the role be filled with someone being in remote?

Those would be helpful for those whom may be interested.

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  Reply # 1307817 19-May-2015 15:11
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Why don't you go to a company that specialised is that sort of thing? There are also many small companies run by one or two people who could help. I pressume you want ongoing support too, which is something they can offer, over someone doing a private one off job.


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  Reply # 1307819 19-May-2015 15:13
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@chiefie: I am based in ChCh but there is no requirement for anyone taking this on to be based here. 

@mattwnz: Happy to take suggestions for a company that would be suitable - looking for recommendations from people who have actually used someone rather than just scanning the white pages and trying my luck. I thought I would try here to see if there were any freelancers interested in the work, before taking a more commercial route.

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