OT: finding help

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   The little web design company I work with is getting pretty busy and
we could use some basic help.

We've been posting on various job sites and have no shortage of
responses, as well as those that email us cold looking for work.

I get sent resumes and samples from time to time and it's the samples
that cause trouble. People with "expert" and "advanced" skills are
writing html with font tags, mixed case html tags, primitive stylesheets
and other assorted junk html. Now, I'm not looking for great work, but
I'd like to see something that is maintainable and reasonably clean!

So, how do you find basic help? This is not rocket science!


Re: OT: finding help

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What did you expect? I'd expect the vast majority of professionals to be
fairly clueless, a cursory glance at professionally designed web sites
confirms that.

If you don't want that then you will have to list what you do want on
job sites and on your company's "Jobs" page.


Re: OT: finding help

On Mon, 27 Dec 2004 16:56:42 GMT, Jeff Thies

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I don't always cruise job sites since I don't own a copy of
DreamWeaver or know how to make Flash files [usually knocks me out of
any consideration thoughts on lacking those two 'skills'].


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