[JOB] Going.com Web/UI Designer - Boston, MA. Full or part time.
26 Feb 2008 - 2:38pm
Please apply directly if you are interested (I'm just the messenger here,
don't know anything about the position!). Info at the bottom of the listing.
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Web/UI Designer (full-time or 20+ hours part-time)Are you a multi-talented
designer looking to have a real impact? Going.com <http://going.com/>, the
site that connects people with cool things going on in their local city and
with like-minded others, is seeking a designer to help us realize the full
vision of helping people enjoy life in their city. We're located right in
downtown Boston with lots of exciting happenings, and have a great motivated
team you'd be joining.
Working with product management to design all aspects of the
Web site and related widgets and apps
User-centric design emphasizing ease of use, simplicity, and fun
Providing strong creative, conceptual and visual skills
Ensuring design consistency across site, e.g. by maintaining style guides
Bachelor's degree, BFA or equivalent with a concentration in visual
communication, digital arts or design
A strong sense of visual style with exceptional design, color, and
3+ years experience in Web design, 2+ with interactive consumer sites,
experience with social networking or Web 2.0 sites a plus
Expert knowledge of Photoshop, familiarity with CSS, knowledge of Flash a
Ability to show strong initiative, meet deadlines, and manage multiple
projects simultaneously and efficiently
Solid work ethic and team player attitude
Experience with usability testing a plus If interested, please send link to
online portfolio showcasing sites you've designed.
Going.com <http://going.com/> is your social life, remixed and served the
way you want it, letting you connect with people before, during, and after
the events you love. Our 700,000-strong community has something in
common —we devour everything from seeing the hottest live bands and
supporting just social causes, to checking out the latest fashion and
art —all in the same week.
Going.com <http://going.com/> provides the right stuff by combining
user-generated events with editors' picks in a way that's simple, easy and
fun. The site answers two simple questions for all of us: "What's
happening?...and Who's going?"