Blueye is a development agency and technology start-up that works with a wide variety of clients, from mobile start-ups to Fortune 500 Brands. Blueye has recently launched the leading social commerce solution for brands to build customer loyalty programs on web, mobile & social.
We are looking for a locally-based, full-time programmer that is a good communicator, works well in team projects as well as individual ones, and is creative and forward-thinking.
Blueye is a group of talented people who work hard and know how to play hard as well. The ideal candidate is a team player, loves start-up culture, and is an has the ambition and talent to learn and try new things.
Work within a development and a design team on client-based projects of varying size and degree. Depending on your experience level, you could be asked to work under a lead developer, or take on primary development yourself.
Work with Project Manager, Designer, and client to develop a strategy for projects, create and follow timelines for projects.
We build some really great stuff and, once in awhile, have to Fix Old Broken Stuff…. Continue reading
After a week of buzz, today Facebook announced its new video feature on Instagram, aptly named “Video on Instagram”. The photo sharing app with 130 million users will now allow the coffee/cat/feet photo sharing contingent to upload 15 second videos with 13 filters to choose from, making it a familiar extension of Instagram’s signature tinting technique. One of the most exciting parts of the “Video on Instagram” announcement was the rollout of “Cinema”, a revolutionary video stabilizing system that takes the shakiness out of videos shot while on the move.
Sound like a tricked out Vine? That’s probably because it is. Vine’s 6 second constraint and looping style may make for more creative and quickly digestible content, but “Video on Instagram” will let users edit their video, make it look fancy with a filter, and erase out any unsteadiness. It remains to be seen how much the introduction of “Video on Instagram” will slow Vine down, but it seems clear that this will be a blow for Twitter’s video sharing service.
6 second Vine’s spurred a lot of great material- let’s have a look back at two of our personal favorites:
What are you excited to see with those extra 9 seconds of Video on Instagram?