Flexiple spent good amount of time understanding our requirements, resulting in accurate recommendations and quick ramp up by quality developers.
Overall Flexiple brought in high-level of transparency with quick turnarounds in the hiring process at a significantly lower cost than any alternate options.
Flexiple has been instrumental in helping us grow at a fast pace. Their vetting process for engineers is top notch and they connected us with quality talent quickly.
Flexiple Developers are reviewed on their experience and complexity of products built. Those who display depth and have worked on end-to-end projects are given an introductory call.
Over a call, the developer’s ability to communicate in an articulate manner is tested. A deeper understanding of the candidate’s technical experience and also motivation to freelance is achieved.
Over one or more F2F interviews, the developer’s involvement and performance in building complex software products are assessed. This sets the platform to delve deeper into technology-specific discussions.
Developers' mental agility and problem-solving abilities are tested through a coding test involving algorithmic as well as skill-specific problems. A mixture of live evaluation and timed coding tests is used.
The live experience of working with developers is verified by reaching out to past clients and/or employers. Inputs on various qualitative factors such as reliability, punctuality, communication and responsiveness are received.
Performance during each engagement is continually assessed. Our developers are expected to maintain Flexiple standards across all engagements with our customers.
User interface (UI) design refers to the aesthetic elements through which people interact with a product, such as buttons, icons, menu bars, typography, colors, and more. User experience (UX) design refers to the experience a user has when interacting with a product. UI/UX designers deal with this area of creating software.
If you’re looking to hire a freelance designer for your company, this guide is going to help you find the perfect fit. We’ve included everything you need to know about hiring a freelance Designer.
We have broken the sections into the following parts:
1. Let's introduce Web Design to you.
2. Why is Web Design widespread?
3. What are the tools used by Web Designers?
4. Writing the job description to hire a Designer
5. Interview Questions for hiring a Designer
- Basic Questions
- Advanced Questions
- Data Structures/Algo Questions
These are some of the commonly used design tools:
Figma is a web-based vector graphics editor and prototyping tool. Mobile apps are also available on Android and iOS. Designers can create and share their work on Figma, and collaborate with others, with ease.
2. InVision Studio
InVision Studio is a prototyping and animation tool. It is used to create vector-based screen designs with ease and at a quick pace. The app has highly intuitive features and it serves as a complete design solution.
One of the most popular web design tools out there, PhotoShop is great for creative web designers. It provides a vast choice of features, color options, gradients, etc. that allow designers to explore and play with their designs.
Balsamiq serves as a wireframing software - designers use it to generate sketches of their design ideas for a website so that the team can have a clear idea before the code for the components is written.
5. Google Fonts
Choosing the right font to capture the attention of the users is an important aspect of web design. Google Fonts is used for this purpose. Google provides a very large collection of fonts on the website and designers can pick out which to use and apply them in the website's styling.
Below are some key points that we at Flexiple have learned through trial and error - a process of filtering through over 15,000 developers.
Now that you have made a quality JD, it can still be tricky to evaluate the skills of your applicants. To help you with that, we have created a pool of questions that a good Developer should be comfortable with.
It is important to note that the ability to answer these questions doesn't imply that you have a top quality candidate. But it definitely is a big step in that direction.
To help you navigate through these questions, we’ve categorized the interview questions in 3 parts:
A. Basic concepts: Includes all basic concepts used across languages but we've focused on their significance in Development. This will give you an understanding of how strong their programming foundation is.
B. Advanced concepts: Includes all concepts that someone with higher expertise should know.
C. DS/Algorithm questions: To test the logical capability of the candidate.