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April 04, 2011, 09:34:49 AM

I'm looking for a web designer for a new version of Payment is made of bitcoins, amount is negociable.

The requirements are :
  • Must have good design skills
  • I want you to produce HTML/CSS/JS, not PSD. This announce is for both the design *and* the html coding. I want you to actually code a bit in a specific template language (if, foreach, etc) because I'm lazy. Cheesy
  • Ideally I'd like to have someone who can stay around and continue working on improving the site/adding new features
  • If you already know about mtgox, it'll help Cheesy

The idea is to improve the design on the mtgox website, and to add some features. Some pages will need changes to add new features (such as bank info input on withdraw, or multiple currency support).

You can send your infos/price/portfolio/etc to or comment on this thread (I'll update this post if extra info is available).

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April 04, 2011, 10:55:18 AM

I'm a contractor who needs a bit of extra work at the moment. HTML/CSS/JS are my thing! I'm really good at turning PSD into clean HTML and web related work in general.

I'm not a graphic designer, though, but I have a contact that I can subcontract. Or perhaps you can get someone else to produce a psd.

Coding in any language is cool with me. I'm also happy to do any continuing work you might have.

Please contact if interested.
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