Crunchy Frog are looking for a good web developer who loves impro, and would enjoy a chance to relaunch and redesign The Crunchy Frog Collective website. It would be a great opportunity for someone who wants to be a part of this great movement into the public eye.
The Crunchy Frog website is the best place to go for nationwide coverage of the UK impro scene. It's a great resource and there's loads of information on there. As impro in the UK is burgeoning, the chaps who run it want to make it even more valuable for improvisers and for the general public.
There will be some money available but - as it's not a money-making site, it's mostly done for love. If you're passionate about impro and you're a web-developer, why not combine those two things?
Currently the site uses a mix of open source Cutenews, Yabb and WebCalendar. Ideally CFC want all that transferred onto one (possibly Wordpress) system, but they are open to ideas.
If you are interested (baring in mind it'd be really cool) either contact us here at London Improv, or go directly to Dylan Emery.
London Improv - LondonImprov@gmail.com
Dylan Emery - firstname.lastname@example.org