The image files have already been developed, the files will be transferred to the winning applicant who will then implement them into the source code, then upload the entire app into the app store.
North Shore Apps would like to hire an experienced iOS programmer who can provide quality work, in a short amount of time.
This first job will essentially be an evaluation of your skills, if you impress our company, then we will hire you for additional future projects, if you fail to meet our expectations then you will be paid less and not considered for future projects.
Payment will be delivered on a milestone basis: at certain points in the project you will display your progress and you will be paid. The faster you complete the task, the better you will be paid.
We would like you to reskin the game once for maximum of $200 and a minimum of $100, if we are satisfied with the first reskin job, then we will promptly proceed to deliver you two similar projects, all with the same method and amount of payment. If we are completely satisfied with your work we will then proceed to keep in contact for an ongoing work relationship in which projects such as this will be requested quite frequently. More stability, less freelance work for you.
All graphics will be provided, there are around 300 images that will need to be replaced, a majority being buttons and icons.
To achieve maximum payment, the work must be completed to our expectations in five days or less.
The original game that we will be reskinning together is called "Turtles, huh?"
The top qualities we are seeking in a programmer:
Previous reskinning experience
Fluency in English
Fast, quality worker
Top notch Objective C experience and familiarity with 2D engines
Familiarity with uploading apps into the app store
In order to apply, please respond to the following questions (simply, but precisely):
1) What iOS devices do you have to use for testing?
2) Have you reskinned an app before? if so please provide a link to the best quality one for us to review.
3) What is the best application you have developed, and what role did you have in its development? (Include link to app)
4) Are there any parts of the job that you do not have experience in? If so, which parts?
5) Your opinion on the time frame requested.
If you do not reply answering these 5 questions in your first message you will not even be considered for the position.
A Skype interview will be necessary; so do not apply if you are not willing to hold a skype interview.
Thank you, prospective programmers who answer these questions will be considered for the job, alongside the future, more constant, employment opportunities.
We look forward to working with you.
North Shore Apps