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Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 week, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Hello, I need someone who can help me to collect and rename hi-res images from wikipedia. The task is very simple, it should take you about 3 minutes to collect and rename 10 images. Here is the video so you can see what you will need to do. https://www.dropbox.com/s/8wcd6w28rnl3vrc/research.mp4?dl=0 Please apply if you are interested and currently available. You have to have fast internet connection at least 2-5Mbps.
Skills: Research
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $250 - Posted
The developer would have to implement the design of shopping cart, all forms from the website, special checkout page, etc.
Skills: HTML PHP PrestaShop
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: 1 to 3 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
I am a Junior Project Manager. I am looking for a Senior Project Manager who can be available to provide coaching or mentoring services. An ideal candidate would have their PMP certification- though it is not required and access to skype. I am looking for someone who can be available to answer questions and maintain dialogue by email or skype. This should be fairly easy for someone who is experienced. Time required is less 2 hours per week. I would like to have 1 - 2 email or chat sessions per week. Pay depends on experience, depth, and availability.
Skills: Project Management professional
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Priority A: Communicating between client, instructor and venue: bookings and enquiries, synchronizing schedules between instructors and client. You are in charge of mail@chisyoga.com. Priority B: Customer service: resolving issues and complaints, providing Chi with feedback. Reply messages on facebook, interact with audience. Priority C: Planning, scheduling and organizing of appointments, private bookings, and studio class reservations Priority D: Online & Email Marketing
Skills: Customer service Project Scheduling Virtual Assistant
Fixed-Price - Entry Level ($) - Est. Budget: $60 - Posted
I am looking for a writer for the long term who can do 6000 to 7000 word book for men. I can discuss more details after I see your profile Take Care
Skills: Ghostwriting
Hourly - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
We are a website development business with over 600 clients/websites and I am looking for someone who is experienced in clean 'white hat' SEO to work on a continual basis for our promotional sites together with servicing our customers requirements. This is not a one-off project. Many of our clients/sites are requiring some SEO work, so I invite all offers from contractors for services from basic SEO to intense on-site/off-site SEO, SEM, SMM & SMO As we are a website developing business, this is regular weekly work. I want someone who is available to do between 10-25 hrs per week but I have to be mindful of how much we can justify for your hourly rates. Therefore, I suggest that you should submit your experience and the best hourly rate you will accept based on regular weekly work for an unlimited time. Preference will be given to applicants who actually read these job requirements and take the time to draft a response. In previous job postings I have seen many generic responses that are set to reply to multiple job postings. These do not help me at all to decide on who to invite for interview. If you take the, so will I. Thank you
Skills: Off-page Optimization On-Page Optimization Social Media Marketing
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
We are looking for someone to design and develop various software apps and programs for our standard and robotic machines and interface. To design and develop graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for touch screen automated retail terminals and Windows-based POS command and control systems. We need a front and back end software built, but we need the aesthetics and layout built around it, which we have a designer for this. This is for the automated retail and self serve kiosk industry. We will be using this point of sale software on our machines dispensing everything from apparel to electronics. We need a User Interface Designer that can create an easy beautiful flow that is intuitive and well laid out for the end user / customers experience. The layout should be designed so that we can customize the colors, logo placement, advertisement, product selection, categories for customers branded look and color scheme. We need this project started as soon as possible and must be finished within 4-6 weeks. Must have experience in GUI and Interface design, programming and development. Experience in kiosk applications, point of sale apps and robotics. References may be requested prior to hire. We can provide all details and schematics if needed from the developers of the software. An NDA must be signed prior to any work being started. We may also be looking for a long term developer as well. Please contact us with any questions on this project. Job Description: We're looking for a talented Application Developer to create native applications for our business. Your responsibilities: - Review business requirements and perform a technical analysis of requirements - Create development strategies, structure and architecture for our applications - Write clean, modular, robust code to implement the desired requirements - Research current and developing technologies and integrate into applications as necessary - Write documentation or resources for the application if required - Understand and adhere to all customer or client policies and procedures - Q&A Your qualifications: - A work style that is extremely detail oriented - Strong communication skills - A complete Elance profile - References or an established reputation on Elance preferred
Hourly - Expert ($$$) - Est. Time: More than 6 months, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Developer / Sys-Admin Support We are looking for a part-time developer with proven sys-admin experience who is comfortable with Linux, PHP, Laravel and PhoneGap. You will be familiar with the latest techniques and technologies in web development and you will be keen to stay up to date. Overall, you will be our "tech guru" that we rely on in times of need. Responsibilities may include: - Managing, maintaining and troubleshooting DigitalOcean servers - Managing, maintaining and troubleshooting the Laravel Envoyer deployment pipeline - Serving as the main point of contact when server and connectivity issues arise - Interacting with our outsourced development team when required Estimated hours per month vary. Could be as few as 1-2 hours or as high as 15-20, depending on business needs. The ideal candidate is freelancer that is looking to bolster their income while retaining a flexible work schedule. Preference to Eastern Standard Time-based candidates. We have a team of developers in UTC time zone, and since we need to manage our business around the clock we need someone to balance our UTC-based team, which is why preference given to candidates based in EST time zone. More information will be provided to candidates upon request.
Skills: Entrepreneurship
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
I need to re-write a series of educational texts. I have a good translation from Russian into English, but the text does not catch the reader in English as well as it does in Russian. Here are a couple of paragraphs. I am looking to have them re-written before committing more texts. Also please send me examples of your liberal arts texts. Hi, this is ArtWeekend. Today we will find out how the famous British literary fairy tale emerged. The idea that children needed special books was born not long ago, in the late 17th and early 18th century. As for the children’s literature we know and love, it only appeared in England in the mid-19th century. The very existence of children’s literature is tightly linked to the question — what is childhood? Can we say that childhood is a distinct period of a human life? Even today, if we ask people what childhood is, we’ll get different answers. How do we know when childhood is over? When you can obtain a driver’s license? But some learners receive their IDs when they are 15, and we do not normally call a 15-year-old an adult. When you can provide for yourself? In this case, we will be forced to acknowledge that in the early 19th century childhood was over at the age of three for some people. Starting from that age, children could make cardboard boxes or other simple things and thus help their families. As for five- and six-year-olds, they swept chimneys, did the laundry, worked in coal mines, and made a significant contribution to their families’ budget. For centuries, children were seen as small-size adults. They were dressed as adults, and they were taught as adults in a wealthy family or sent to work as adults if the family was poor. Social distinctions were much more important than age, and they determined children’s lifestyles and interactions with the world. Take another important question: is a child born good or bad? Is a child sinful by nature? If yes, then adults must correct him. Is a child pure and innocent, a stranger to earthly dirt? In this case, adults must see that dirt does not stick to him. That’s why religion was so important in the emergence of children’s literature. Protestants (unlike Roman Catholics), and especially Puritans, thought that the ritual of baptism did not cleanse a baby of original sin, which is why parents had to be strict in order to knock bad habits out of their children. Remember Aunt Polly from Mark Twain’s Adventures of Tom Sawyer? She used to lament her own meekness toward the orphaned boy: “Spare the rod and spile the child, as the Good Book says. I’m a laying up sin and suffering for us both, I know.” The earliest texts that addressed children directly were religious instructions that sought to stop a child from ending up in hell, to rectify his soul before it was too late. Such texts first appear in the 17th century, and they are rather repetitious, like this: “There was a girl who used to lie to her mother; she fell into a fireplace and burned to death.” Or “One boy never heeded his parents’ advice, and then he fell into a river and drowned.” What about obedient children? They were doomed as well — in those pious tales, mortality rate approached 100%. Here’s the beginning of one such story: “You may now hear (my dear Lambs) what other good children have done… May you not read, how dutiful they were to their parents? How diligent at their Books? … How holy they lived; how dearly they were loved, how joyfully they died.” Good children die with a smile on their pretty faces and ascend to heaven; bad children die in torment and descend to hell. This logic dictated that children needed to watch public executions. In the 18th century, there was a popular series of books called The Newgate Calendar, or Malefactors’ Bloody Register, which eventually became a collection of fanciful biographies of criminals. The title page of one of its editions shows a mother who directs her boy’s attention to the gallows seen from the window: he must know how a sinful career ends. Sometimes religious books intended for adults were appropriated by children. In Britain, many people recalled a powerful childhood impression made on them by John Bunyan’s The Pilgrim’s Progress from This World to That Which Is to Come (1678). It is a very pious book, but, being full of extravagant fantasies and miracles, it dazzles children’s imagination. But since the early years of the Victorian era, children’s literature has embarked on a new course. Queen Victoria ascended the throne in 1837 when she was very young and died in 1901. Many historians agree that the momentum of the Victorian age continued until World War I, when that well-ordered world was shattered to pieces.
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: Less than 1 month, 10-30 hrs/week - Posted
Vaaak Sounds is an international company specializing in educational programs and cultural tours and travel. Our small back office headquarters is located in Temecula, California. We are looking for a Mobile Apps programmer proficient in PhoneGap to complete our mobile app. The candidate must have experience in PhoneGap and be able to work both with our U.S. manager and India-based team (remotely via calls). The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 2 years experience in PhoneGap but more is preferred. The work hours are flexible however a commitment of 15 to 20 hours per week during the development phase is ideal. The total development phase is expected to be 3 to 4 weeks.
Skills: Android App Development HTML5 iOS Development iPad App Development iPhone App Development JavaScript Mobile App Development PHP