JOB: Interaction Designer @ Spongecell - Full Time (San Francisco, CA)
26 Nov 2007 - 3:23pm
Spongecell is looking for a full-time visual/interaction designer to
join our design team. You will be helping to evolve our event
promotion platform, Promote, which has been adopted in campaigns for
Oprah Winfrey, Lucky Jeans, Shakira, and Jamiroquai.
We are a well-funded startup, and have an amazing team spread over
offices in NYC, Seattle, and San Francisco. This position will be in
our SF office.
As a member of Spongecell's design team, you will be expected to:
- Iterate on/evolve the visual language of our application and its
- Solve challenging interaction design problems
- Communicate your designs (through some combination of visual
documentation and charm)
- Contribute to an evolving design culture and process at Spongecell
What you'll get:
- Interesting, challenging problems, and smart, top notch people
- A casual, relaxed environment -- we are professional, but don't take
ourselves too seriously: http://spongecell.wordpress.com/ & http://spongetech.wordpress.com
- A salary commensurate with your experience, and equity in our company
- Excellent medical, dental, vision coverage fully paid for by
- Access to a ski cabin in South Lake Tahoe for the winter
REQUIREMENTS - Before you apply, ensure that you:
- Posses interaction design experience.
- Have the visual design skills to produce professional interaction
design concepts and specifications. You need not be a formally trained
graphic designer, but you understand the basics of typography, color
harmony, and compositional balance.
- Understand the benefits and limitations of web-based technologies.
Why might you choose flash over AJAX?
- Have a BA/BS in Interaction Design, Graphic Design, Industrial
Design, Computer-related Design, HCI, Human Factors, or closely-
- Bonus points if you have experience prototyping designs with AJAX.
We would love to speak with you if you:
- Obsess about grid systems and admire the work of Josef Müller-
- Are inspired by the Malcolm Gladwell book, The Tipping Point, and
are naturally curious about identifying mavens, connectors, and
salesmen within social networks
- You know when to dream, and when to get down to the nitty-gritty.