Crossborders: Junior Designer/Developer

Posted by | April 21, 2011 | Web Professional Jobs Blog

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Location: New York, NY

URL: www.crossborders.tv

Entry-Level
Web Designer/Developer:
Crossborders is looking for an entry-level web designer to
work in our Manhattan office.
The position is open to recent graduates or candidates with
less than two years working experience. 
It is ideal for someone who is looking to develop their skills while
working in an exciting company that has the soul of a startup (but the clients
of an established shop).
Applicants must be comfortable using the full Adobe suite to
design for web, print and interactive. 
Our ideal candidate also has the skill set to develop front end
templates from designs, believes in web standards, and is aware of the latest
web technology trends.
We’re a growing group, and we like to include everyone
during the lifecycle of our projects. You should be comfortable contributing
your thoughts and ideas with the team from discovery through development.  Your portfolio should reflect your
proficiency as both a designer and front-end developer.  At Crossborders, you’ll work on
projects ranging from marketing websites, microsites, online community
networks, mobile applications, and widgets.
THE REQUIREMENTS:
Should be fluent with:
Photoshop (or Fireworks)
Illustrator
InDesign
After Effects and Flash are bonuses
 
Ability to code with:
CSS 2.1
HTML 4
Javascript libraries (JQuery, Mootools, etc)
PHP knowledge is a bonus (especially the Expression Engine
framework)
We also have some flash needs occasionally, so some
knowledge of Actionscript is great too.
You should be comfortable working with or without direction
and be able to work on multiple projects at once.

To apply: Email a resume, link to your online portfolio, and a quick blurb about why you are the right person for the job to: nickgodfrey@crossborders.tv

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