You are creative, empathetic and you’ve got a passion for good design. You love good typography, white space, and full color bleeds.
Your portfolio is spectacular, and you can explain in detail why your design is great. You’re able to work independently, but you understand that the best design happens when you collaborate in a team.
You hate the phrase “Make it pop”, but you know how to do it anyway.
The interactive designer role at Info-Tech is primarily dedicated to the creation and support of interactive web pages.
- Interactive designers at Info-Tech create functional and beautiful graphical user experiences for software projects.
- They create awesome info-graphics that translate complex concepts into easy to consume graphical stories.
- You’ll create wireframes and fully responsive user interfaces for software applications.
- You will research, design, document, and modify software.
- Sometimes you might knock out the occasional print project, or whip up an awesome video to support stuff on the Info-Tech website.
Please note; You must include a portfolio link which contains interactive work in order to be considered for this position.
- Strong Graphic Design and User Interface design skills with a portfolio to show your work
- Familiarity with PHP, Ruby on Rails or Python
- An understanding of either video production or print design is also an asset.
- College diploma or university degree in the field of graphic design, multimedia design or equivalent work experience.
- Expert level skills in the Adobe suite of products
- Good design sense and design skills
- Efficient, organized, and follow through on commitments.
- Intelligent, have great analytical skills, and pay attention to detail.
- Calm under pressure, have a great work ethic, and communicate well
- Push for excellence and do not accept the mundane.
- Urge for a higher standard. Be proactive.
- Be open to new ideas and personal feedback.
- Be willing to try new things. Fail and learn from your failures.
How to Get Noticed
Now that we have your attention, how do you get ours?
- A resume and cover letter is a good start, but we’re very interested in seeing real world examples of your work.
- Include your GitHub, Bit Bucket, Stack Overflow, or Google Code profile with a description of any open source projects you’ve worked on.
- Include links to presentations you’ve given. ?
- You must include a portfolio link which contains interactive work in order to be considered for this position.