[Job] Design Intern | Pittsburgh, PA | Inmedius | Part Time

15 May 2009 - 9:40am
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Jack L. Moffett

Inmedius is looking for an intern to work on a variety of Interaction
Design and Graphic Design projects. Tasks will range from visualizing
user interfaces for desktop and web applications to creation of
documents and diagrams for presentations and design documentation. All
work will be directed by a professional Interaction Designer. The
intern will gain experience with design processes and techniques as
applied to software development in the context of business and industry.

Formal Design training is necessary. The intern is expected to be
creative and have high standards of craft. They should have good
communication skills and the ability to work well in a group. Previous
experience doing similar work will be a significant plus, but is not

The intern should be comfortable working on the Macintosh platform.
They must also have a basic understanding of the Windows OS. As some
work will likely be implemented in HTML and JavaScript, an
understanding of capabilities and limitations is expected. Experience
working directly in HTML is required. Experience with other web
technologies is beneficial, but not necessary.

The intern must be fluent in the following applications:
Illustrator or Freehand

The intern will be expected to spend at least three days a week at the
Inmedius offices.

Status: Intern, 30 hours per week
Wage: $300 per week
Start Date: May 2009
End Date: August 14

Please send a resume and a URL to your on-line portfolio to Jack
Moffett, Senior Interaction Designer, jmoffett at inmedius.com

About Inmedius
Headquartered in Pittsburgh, PA, with offices in Canada, the United
Kingdom, Germany, Australia and India, Inmedius is a global leader in
delivering innovative, performance-oriented applications and services
that capture, create, manage and deploy information assets. Inmedius
provides S1000D, DITA and Content Management lifecycle solutions for
publishing, aerospace, defense, government, manufacturing, legal, and
financial organizations worldwide. www.inmedius.com

Jack L. Moffett
Senior Interaction Designer
412.459.0310 x219

The public is more familiar with
bad design than good design.
It is, in effect, conditioned
to prefer bad design, because
that is what it lives with.
The new becomes threatening,
the old reassuring.

- Paul Rand

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