Interactive Designer Wanted

So, I have decided to take a new job! Thusly would like to find an able and willing body to replace me. Help me out! New Yorkers, If you see an interactive designer, Say something!
Here is what you need to know:

is a 25-year old integrated communications agency – we have the heart of a design company powered by the intelligence of a marketing organization. We develop breakthrough creative solutions including high-impact brand identities, emotive multi-media campaigns, engaging new products and innovative new business concepts for market-leading brands across the entertainment, publishing, consumer products/retail, financial services, technology, energy and non-profit sectors. The company’s client history includes work with such leading brands as: GUESS Watches, ELLE, ELLE Décor, Graco Children’s Products, Citibank, MasterCard, U.S. Trust, Morgan Stanley, Rodale Publishing, MTV Networks, Time Warner, Warner Music, Crunch Fitness, Ben & Jerry’s, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music. Since its founding, Doublespace has produced a portfolio of award-winning work that has been featured in numerous national and international museum collections, books, and publications around the world.

We are looking for a flash designer with the discipline to create well-crafted flash pieces and the wisdom to know when to just crank it out–with panache. We want someone who can brainstorm with the team, set up a
basic plan of action and act on that plan with confidence. This is someone who can adapt when the plan changes unexpectedly and is always looking for an even better solution to the task at hand. Tasks will include creating banners, microsites, and concept pieces while collaborating with our interactive team. The flash designer will work with onsite designers and offsite developers to help Doublespace create strong, usable, beautiful experiences.

-Minimum 2 years Flash design - both timeline and action-script based work
-BFA in design
-Must be a Mac user: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver all required
-Able to work on previously established design direction · Proficient with HTML/basic web design
-Self-sufficient with a continuously evolving design

Also a plus:
-Aftereffects experience
-Javascript and XML

Salary based on experience.

Send a copy of your resumé, online portfolio and sample links to
Jane Kosstrin. Applications without portfolios and samples will
not be considered.

Also very important note: Bagels every Friday! I kid you not.


Jeannie said...

bagel fridays.

Joanna Goddard said...

congrats on the new gig!