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Interactive Designer Level 1
Junior Interactive Designer- Level 1
The interactive designer – level 1 is an entry level position, who’s role is to create and implement functional and beautiful graphical user experiences for software projects. This position includes researching, designing, documenting, and modifying software. The interactive designer may also shoot and edit video clips for use on the Info-Tech website.
The role breaks down to roughly:
- 45% Graphic Design / User Interface Design
- 10% Ruby on Rails coding
- 10% Video Production
- 5% Print Design
- Redesigning existing and creating new interfaces for software applications
- Creating wireframes for projects
- Creating production quality visual assets and icons
- Building fully responsive user interface designs that conform to best practices
- Creating web interfaces that work in all modern browsers and gracefully degrade in non supported browsers
- Implementing front end designs into code
- Implementing web and style standards for web applications
- Conducting informal user experience testing
- Understanding and implementing brand style guide
- Developing graphics and layouts for print materials
- Creating Vector graphics
- Shooting and recording video performances
- Editing videos with non-linear video tools
- Performing simple compositing of post video resources with existing assets
- Experience with the Adobe suite of products
- Expert skill in bitmap and vector imaging software
- Solid working knowledge of user experience concepts
- Exceptional graphic design skills
- Understanding of browser limitations and quirks
- Understanding of basic web scripting, such as PHP, Ruby on Rails, or Python
- Knowledge of the differences between print and web
- Ability to monitor and adapt to new trends in graphic design
- Confidence to quickly develop concepts
- Aptitude in video production (shooting for video, and video editing)Formal Education & Certification
- College diploma or university degree in the field of graphic design, multimedia design or equivalent work experience.
Knowledge & Experience
- Good design sense or design skills.
- Ability to handle complex projects with multiple deliverables.
- Understanding of client deliverables and effective communication
- Flexible and adaptable to new technologies
- Exceptional technical writing, communication, and presentation skills
- Technically proficient
- Self motivated and self directed
- Keen attention to detail
- Innovative and proven problem solving skills
- Ability to work both independently and in a team-oriented, collaborative environment.
- A proven ability to ship projects
How to get noticed:
- A resume and cover letter is a good start, but we're very interested in seeing real world examples of your work.
- A portfolio or blog site which has any of your work on it.
- Links to presentations you've given
- Your Github, Bit Bucket, Stack Overflow, or Google Code profile with a description of any open source projects you've worked on.
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