Precision Hydration seeking Front End Developer

first_img Related Nutrition and hydration specialist Precision Hydration (PH) is seeking a Front End Developer to help support the company’s growth by ‘improving the end-to-end online experience for athletes, including optimising the unique suite of Sweat Testing software.’Dorset, UK-based PH serviced sales in 50+ countries in 2019 and recently expanded its small team to 9 full-time employees supported by a small group of part-time team members and freelancers.The company currently works with a trusted freelance developer who maintains its back-end architecture and who has made various customisations to its Shopify-based website over the years. PH now needs an experienced developer to get on board to take the lead on optimising every aspect of the online user experience.PH, which is the Official Hydration Partner of the Team Sunweb cycling team, has an experienced management team. Company founder Andy Blow is a specialist in hydration science who has set up a number of businesses in the sports industry (including the Porsche Human Performance Center at Silverstone) and who was previously an elite triathlete. Managing Director Jonny Tye is an engineer by training and won 2 Silver medals at the Canoeing World Championships.Front End Developer job requirementsA strong knowledge of Shopify’s platform and at least one year working on Shopify theme development and customisationA strong knowledge – and at least 2 years working with – HTML, CSS and JavaScript (jQuery and AJAX-based interactions)A keen eye for web design and an attention to detailA strong understanding of responsive web design techniques and experience implementing themSuperb troubleshooting and debugging skillsAbility to thoroughly QA work before submitting for testing / shippingHighly self-directed and task oriented, with a ‘get-shit-done’ attitudeAn ability to work on multiple projects and tasks at the same timeExcellent written/spoken EnglishPassion for building a companyDirect experience with any of the following Shopify features or third-party apps and services will be a plus:Customized checkout experiencesImplementing SEO best practices on Shopify sitesIntegrating third party subscription apps (Recharge, Chargify etc)Shopify ScriptsShopify JS APIs (storefront, AJAX Cart, Sections etc)Setting up Shopify Plus Expansion Stores (for optimal multi-currency UX)Klaviyo (or other ESPs like MailChimp, Campaign Monitor, etc)Shopify Certification (preferred)Other nice-to-haves include:Direct experience with developing mobile apps (ideally iOS)A thorough understanding of cross-browser compatibility issuesWorking with version control systems such as GITExperience of Google Analytics and Excel and being fairly decent with numbers is desirableBeing a keen athlete would also be ideal (to understand the audience) but is not mandatory. The company adds that it will be flexible, allocating have time to train and compete around workloadCompensationSalary: £TBC depending on experienceTravel opportunities and ‘money can’t buy’ sporting experiencesAll the electrolyte drinks and team merch you’ll ever need!LocationIdeally Christchurch, Dorset, but remote working with regular trips to the HQ in Dorset would be considered for the right candidate. To apply, candidates should send a CV and a few lines on why they think they’d be an awesome addition to Team PH. Applications should be sent to Marketing Director Dave at dc[at]precisionhydration.com. Example links to sites, apps and other projects worked on should also be included.www.precisionhydration.comlast_img read more

Florida’s E-filing Portal is up and running

first_imgFlorida’s E-filing Portal is up and running February 15, 2013 Regular News Florida’s E-filing Portal is up and runningApril 1 all attorneys and all clerks will be required to use Florida’s e-filing portal for the filing of civil trial cases. < p> Currently, there are more than 20,100 registered users and an average of almost 43,000 documents per month being filed electronically in the trial courts. April 1 should bring about a spike in both those numbers as attorneys adapt to the electronic world and clerks begin to process electronic filings as quickly as possible. April 1 will be upon us before we know it. To prepare for the deadline, there have been a number of questions already asked that may be helpful as attorneys gear up. Q: What type of computer should I use? A: If you are able to send and receive email with attached documents, and use a fairly new computer — the portal supports Internet Explorer 8 or higher — you probably already know how to navigate your computer to attach a text or PDF document as you file on the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal. Use a personal computer when filing as the portal does not currently accept documents sent from an iPad or an Android device. Q: How do I obtain a user name and password for using the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal? A: Navigate the Internet to www.myflcourtaccess.com. Click on the underlined words, “Register Now,” and follow the prompts. You will receive an email confirming that you have registered, then another email with a link that you must click on. This link will take you to a site where you can activate your account. You must use the same name as you use with The Florida Bar — the portal validates your registration name with your Florida Bar information. Q: I already registered and am getting ready to e-file, but I see a message that says my account is inactive and I should contact “support.” What should I do? A: It may have been a while since you registered. Passwords expire every 90 days and will need to be changed. You will be unable to use the same or previous passwords. Contact [email protected] or call 850-577-4609 to reset your account. Q: How do I send a document through the portal? A: Create case documents on your computer as you normally would. The Florida Courts E-Filing Portal will accept filings in Microsoft Word, or PDF formats. Then login to www.myflcourtaccess.com. Complete the required information and follow the steps to attach your document(s) (it’s like attaching a document to an email), then pay, if required, and submit the filing. Q: I’m having issues filing a large document. Why won’t my document transmit properly? A: Documents are limited to 25 megabytes in size per submission. Q: What should my scanner settings be for my documents? A: Black and White 600×800 DPI-Flat image. Q: Why doesn’t the document type I need appear in the drop-down menu? A: If you do not see the proper document type in the drop-down list provided, contact the clerk’s office in the county where you wish to file and ask their advice. You may also want to ask that the document code be added to the drop-down list. Q: How do I know my document was received? A: You will receive an automated filing confirmation from the clerk’s office and acceptance from the clerk. Watch for information on the “My Filings” site on the portal when you logon. Once the filing is accepted into the local clerk’s system, this becomes the official court record just like the current paper process. The portal provides access to your filings via the My Filings page. As a precaution, make sure you have sent the filing to the correct county to make sure it is timely filed. Q: How do I find out more about how to file a document through the portal? A: There is an e-filer manual found in the Filer Documentation link on the portal. Once logged in, scroll to the bottom of the screen. More information can also be found in Supreme Court orders on e-filing and the portal on the Supreme Court’s website, www.flcourts.org/gen_public/technology/e-filinginfostatus.shtml. The most recent copy of SC 11-399, amended October 18, 2012, is found linked there. Q: What if my questions are not answered in the manual? A: Attorneys and legal assistants can send an email to [email protected] or call (850) 577-4609. Q: I have a law office in which many attorneys will be filing documents. Is there a better way to manage that work? A: There is a Law Firm Administrator function that can be set up for law offices. Contact [email protected] or call 850-577-4609 for assistance. Q: How do I pay for filing a document? A: You will only be charged when submitting documents that initiate a case. Note, there is a charge when using a credit/debit card and a flat $3 charge for using an ACH transfer. The portal accepts MasterCard, Discover, and American Express. Q: What is the difference between e-filing and e-service, to the extent that even though you e-file, in most counties, you also then have to e-serve opposing counsel? A: Currently, the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal does not perform e-service, but it is expected to do so later this year. Thus, an attorney must adhere to the rules to serve each other. The Florida Bar website has a page devoted to what lawyers need to know about e-filing and e-service. It can be found by mousing over the Member Services link on the Bar’s homepage (www.floridabar.org) and then clicking on LOMAS. Scroll down to:“HOT NEWS!! What Florida Lawyers need to know about e-filing and e-service.”Major updates to portal functionality will be noticed on the Myflcourtaccess.com website. Q: I cannot figure out how to use the portal. Can I just send my document to the clerk by email? A: Civil court documents must be e-filed through the Florida Courts E-Filing Portal by April 1, 2013. The clerk is not authorized to accept court documents by email. A document must be sent through the portal. Sending a document by email to [email protected] does not get it filed or edited. Many clerks have a standard response directing attorneys on how to best file their pleading in that county. Even the statewide help desk supporting portal users is getting emailed documents accompanied by a note, such as, “Please file my document,” or, better yet, several attorneys have emailed documents with the directive: “Please correct the filing I just sent by replacing it with this document.” The portal help desk personnel cannot file for an attorney, much less alter a document meant for the court. If you need assistance, contact the clerk in the county where you wish to file, or contact portal assistance at [email protected] or (850) 577-4609. This is the tip of the iceberg when it comes to questions that attorneys are bound to have. Volume through the portal will not be an issue; it is a pass-through site for the most part. As with any new way of doing business, it will take time and patience to learn and get used to the new way of filing case documents. Court procedural rules affected by e-filing, e-service, and related functions were discussed in two Supreme Court opinions issued on October 18, 2012, in case no. SC11-399 and case no. SC10-2101. The latter deals with Rule of Judicial Administration 2.516 on electronic service and its related rules, and the former deals with Rule of Judicial Administration 2.525 on e-filing and its related rules. (This report was compiled by the Florida Court Clerks & Comptrollers and edited by the Bar News.)last_img read more

NBA Top 3/ Bottom 3 logos

first_img Share on other sites SportsLogos.Net All Activity Sports Logos Sports Logo News Page 1 of 4   29 Share this post NBA Top 3/ Bottom 3 logos Next NBA Top 3/ Bottom 3 logos 447 Share on other sites 5,155 posts You Get Nothing! You Lose! Good Day Sir! Location:DETROIT 227 Link to post Link to post 3 Go To Topic Listing 0 Posted August 30, 2013 Share this post kevsim1 Share this post Share this post Anthony. 447 1,585 Share on other sites 786 SportsLogos.Net jch Share this post 745 193 Members Location:Dallas, TX Followers 1 Location:in phone Members Posted August 30, 2013 Resolutely analogue Favourite Logos:Cardinals’ StLUtah Jazz noteHartford Whalers Share this post Prev Share on other sites 0 That Blazers monstrosity is easily one of, if not the worst logos in the Big Four. Whut.Yup. There is not one redeeming quality about that POS. The font is ugly, the parallelogram shape looks awkward, and that…thing in the middle is downright laughable. It’s supposed to represent 5 vs 5 players, right? That could apply to any basketball team. Heck, any hockey team! It looks odd and it’s impossible to tell what is represents (and when you do find out, it only looks worse).-BigBubba Location:North of Ogdenville 4,356 Share on other sites Sign in to follow this   Share this post 0 Location:Charlotte, NC Link to post 391 posts 1,585 Location:Waterloo, Ontario Link to post Link to post Discogod 415 99 1 Posted August 30, 2013 Posted August 30, 2013 Posted August 30, 2013 0 Sign in to follow this   Posted August 30, 2013 There’s so many bad logos that it’s going to be tough picking just a bottom 3…Top:1: 2: (loses points for the unnecessary grey outline)3: (If not for the Copperplate, this would be top)Worst:28: (No amount of recolouring will ever make this look good)29: (It was mediocre in blue & copper, in red & blue it’s downright awful)30: (How could it be anything else?) 5,655 posts Share this post 1,690 posts Share on other sites Share this post 45,948 posts 8 21,575 Board Man + Young Trece 1,690 posts shaydre1019 Link to post Location:Tampa, FL Members Link to post Posted August 30, 2013 Members tigerslionspistonshabs Share this post BigBubba (edited) We the North! Link to post Share on other sites Chromatic tigerslionspistonshabs 29 2 Posted August 30, 2013 415 415 2 shaydre1019 919 124 posts 745 Resolutely analogue 0 Members Prev Conrad. Sports Logos 5,926 posts 1Warriors2 Bulls3.Jazz28. Lakers29. Rockets30. Kings Share on other sites sportstar1212 Recommended Posts Link to post 2,458 17 Moderators 2,157 2,335 posts Posted August 30, 2013 1. Spurs2. Pacers3. Blazers===========28. Lakers29. Bobcats30. Thunder Location:Toxic City Posted August 30, 2013 Lights Out 4,356 786 2,157 Share this post 1,547 posts 0 Best:1.2. 3. Honorable Mention:Worst:28. 29. 30. 8,818 posts Posted August 30, 2013 All Activity 99 5,926 posts Share on other sites I agree, except for,should be #3 instead of the Hawksand should be on the bottom in place of the Bobcats. Sports Logo News Link to post I’m surprised the thunder isn’t last on everyone’s lists. and i’m surprised the bulls keep appearing at number 1. Share on other sites 26,359 posts Posted August 30, 2013 Posted August 30, 2013 Members 2,458 Members Link to post 8,272 posts 786 Edited August 30, 2013 by DustDevil61 That Blazers monstrosity is easily one of, if not the worst logos in the Big Four.As a design, I like it. As a professional sports team logo, it’s fairly awful (I’d probably rank it 25 or 26). Unfortunately, I think it’s considered “untouchable” due to its history… Posted August 30, 2013 Location:Birmingham, UK Posted August 30, 2013center_img Share on other sites 919 Location:in phone Top Three:Fix the beak and those weird puncture marks and the Hawks jump to #2…the NBA doesn’t have a whole lot of good looks. The Hornets would probably be #1.Bottom Three:That Blazers monstrosity is easily one of, if not the worst logos in the Big Four. 786 Link to post Members 5,786 posts Share this post 1,027 1 Favourite Logos:*Devil Rays alternate cap logo, 1998*Red Sox cap logo*Chargers primary logo*Lake Elsinore Storm cap logo DustDevil61 17 Members Share this post Link to post Evil G tigerslionspistonshabs 415 4,836 posts 3 17 227 1,585 Location:DETROIT 1,585 0 Pacers, Celtics and Spurs get honorable mentions definitely. Members 21,575 193 Link to post 1,027 415 Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers Share this post Next Lights Out 216 posts BestBottom 3I’m sorry, but as bad as some of the other logos are, you can’t get any worse than “Wordmark in front of basketball” no matter how classic it might be. Posted August 30, 2013 That Blazers monstrosity is easily one of, if not the worst logos in the Big Four.Whut. 0 IceCap 1. 2. 3. ————————————————————————————————28. 29. 30. BigBubba Primaries onlyTOP1. 2. 3. BOTTOM 31. I’ve always hated this thing. Looks like a horse having whiplash. The M and cowboy hat was so much better.2. Terrible.3. Pretty much the other 24 logos are middle of the pack. None that are great but aren’t terrible. Chromatic Share this post Location:Birmingham, UK Members Share on other sites Location:Houston, Texas IT’S KNIGHT TIME! Posted August 30, 2013 Link to post Share this post Share this post Discogod Share on other sites 745 Share on other sites Link to post 0 sportstar1212 4 4 kevsim1 1. 2. 3. 28. 29. 30. Discogod 21,575 1. Nuggets2. Heat3. MinnesotaPosthumous: New Orleans Hornets ————————–1. Utah (primarily because of the awful colors)2. Orlando3. Portland The Six Evil G Share on other sites Location:The largest cornfield in the world, Iowa. 0 The One & Only 1,027 29 919 Link to post chrysleraspen08 Favourite Logos:Detroit Lions, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Blackhawks, Detroit Red Wings, Pittsburgh Penguins, Florida Panthers, Chicago Bulls, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Tigers Link to post Followers 1 Share this post 2,458 NBA Top 3/ Bottom 3 logos Members 227 This topic is now closed to further replies. Members 0 0 Members 193 0 Page 1 of 4   Share on other sites 1,585 8 Posted August 30, 2013 99 I WAS BORN IN LE WRONG GENERATION XDXD Members Posted August 30, 2013 1,585 Anthony. 0 TopBottom: tigerslionspistonshabs Link to post Link to post Members The Six Conrad. BigBubba Share on other sites Members 4,356 786 Moderators 415 Location:Hollywood, CA Discogod Share on other sites DustDevil61 447 By tigerslionspistonshabs, August 30, 2013 in Sports Logo News 0 the user formerly known as NJTank 0 the user formerly known as NJTank -DASH Share on other sites 8 Share this post chrysleraspen08 2,242 posts 0 Share on other sites -DASH IceCap 1- Golden State2- New Orleans3- Minnesota 28- Brooklyn29- Washington30- Charlotte 3,375 posts 1.2.3.________________________________________________________________28.29.30.The NBA probably has the weakest logos in the Big 4. 0 0 1. 2. 3.*======================28. 29. 30.Though I would put Cleveland and Sacramento for “Honorable Mentions” while Utah (recolor with no place in the Jazz’s current identity) and the Lakers (a logo in desperate need of cleaning up) get “Dishonorable mentions.”*Though I’ll admit, the Celtics’ logo needs some cleaning up..primarily making the right eye level with the left and shifting the hat’s angle just enough to make it visible. 786 Share this post 8,818 posts 0 Forums Home BigBubba jch Forums Home Posted August 30, 2013 2,157 Memberslast_img read more