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Inboxlab, Inc. needs Senior Email Developer

Inboxlab is looking to hire a Senior Email Developer to join our growing team.

Based in Denver, Colorado, Inboxlab is an incubator that builds companies revolving around email. Founded in 2017 by serial entrepreneur and angel investor, Nicholas Pardon, Inboxlab seeks to create value in new and existing companies by leveraging our core competencies around data, marketing, branding, and most importantly, the inbox.

Inboxlab presently focuses in two primary verticals: travel and gaming. Our mission-based flagship travel brand, The Discoverer, reaches 1,000,000+ subscribers with its weekly editions and the Inbox Games network currently serves over 3,000,000 game plays per month.

About the role
As a Senior Email Developer, you will be responsible for UI and design integration for all customized emails created and sent across Inboxlab’s network of brands and products. This role reports to the VP, Engineering and requires an individual with excellent HTML/CSS skills, extensive email development experience, great teamwork, communication, attention to detail and most importantly a passion for crafting beautiful and creative experiences in the inbox. If you are interested in pushing the boundaries of what is possible in email and get the chance to innovate in one of the most important, private and intimate digital spaces there is, then we want to meet you!

What you’ll be doing

  • Work closely in teams composed of Product Managers, UX/UI Designers, Front-end Developers, Back-end Developers and QA Analysts.
  • Help craft the overall visual and user experience for email templates across all Inboxlab brands.
  • Integrate the UI and design for all customized emails and ensure compatibility across different browsers and email clients, both desktop and mobile. 
  • Collaborate with design and product management on how to innovate within the inbox and create connections and award winning experiences that matter and people remember.
  • Responsible for keeping up with and advising on email best practices, new technologies, and new possibilities/opportunities.
  • Ensuring that all design is integrated and developed to be both cross-platform compatible, mobile responsive and work/look perfectly in every mail client.
  • Working in a product development process that is primarily agile/scrum.

What you’ll need to bring

  • 5+ years of front-end web development experience working with emails and/or websites.
  • 2+ years working in a product development team/environment, collaborating with Product Managers, UX/UI Designers, Front-end Developers, Back-end Developers and QA Analysts.
  • 2+ years experience working in an agile/scrum development process.
  • Experience with UI application design tools such as Invision, Sketch, Photoshop, etc.
  • Experience working with Git and sharing code repositories.
  • Experience with MJML or other email frameworks a plus.
  • Strong technical background.
  • Strong attention to detail.
  • Passion for crafting and delivering beautiful experiences through the inbox.
  • Ability to create email templates that can be used by non-technical team members.
  • Ability to work both individually and as a member of a team.
  • Organized with strong time management and estimation skills/experience (i.e. ability to give and stick to a timeline/estimate).
  • Ability to work on multiple projects at the same time and help to determine priorities based on time, complexity, availability.
  • Desire to learn new technologies, languages, and frameworks.

To apply send your resume to careers@inboxlab.com.

 

Cornershop Creative needs WordPress Developer

Cornershop Creative (https://cornershopcreative.com) is seeking an awesome, U.S.-based WordPress developer to join our distributed team.

 

The core responsibility for this position will be investigating, troubleshooting, and coding solutions for WordPress-based websites and applications for our non-profit and small business clients. Tasks may include setting up WordPress custom post types, fields and taxonomies; troubleshooting server errors and migrating sites to different hosts; integrating WordPress data with third-party tools like SalesForce and Blackbaud products; and creating scripts to migrate data from other CMSes and data structures to WordPress. Additionally, this position may be responsible for developing and maintaining custom WordPress plugins.

 

Our ideal candidate is a hard-working, curious troubleshooter comfortable working independently with little supervision, but who also thrives working as part of a team that includes developers and non-developers. Since we're a distributed shop, you’ll get to work from home! Cool, right?

 

Specifically, the things we’re looking for include:

  • Making WordPress sync data with common (and not so common) third-party REST & SOAP APIs
  • Crafting ingenious scripts to migrate datasets from outside systems, such as other CMSes, into WordPress, even when their character encoding isn’t what you want it to be
  • Doing WordPress theming, including heavy use of things like the template hierarchy, hooks, WP_Query, WordPress core APIs, etc.
  • Receiving potentially vague end-user bug reports, recreating the issues, and diving into the codebase to quickly identify root causes
  • Finding existing libraries, plugins or other internal/external solutions to solve programming challenges, rather than reinventing the wheel
  • Deploying websites onto production hosts via git, rsync (and maybe sometimes sFTP), configuring caching, updating DNS records, and associated launch tasks
  • Quickly and effectively maintaining/troubleshooting/supporting code written by other developers
  • Fluency with command line tools like git, gulp and wp-cli
  • Writing JavaScript (particularly jQuery) and CSS/SASS for cross-browser, responsive design without needing to rely on a framework like Bootstrap
  • Laughing at our stupid jokes (and the occasional good one)
  • Working in a fast-paced environment (we keep pretty busy!) while assigned to several projects at a time
  • Not losing your s#!% when you occasionally get feedback like “can we make the logo bigger?” or “change the padding by 1px” (and then getting asked to change it back), which may happen despite our best efforts
  • Utilizing superb written and oral communication skills to keep in close touch with distributed team members

 

Other stuff we’d love it if you’re good at, but aren’t requirements:

  • Working with and customizing BuddyPress
  • Troubleshooting mySQL performance issues (and writing performant queries)
  • Apache/nginx configuration, tuning and troubleshooting
  • Using Photoshop and understanding challenges in designing for the web
  • Working with non-profit CRM tools such as Salesforce, Salsa, Luminate Online, and Engaging Networks
  • Remembering to un-mute yourself before talking on conference calls
  • Being passionate about progressive causes
  • Performing basic devops/Linux sysadmin tasks like writing bash scripts, configuring web or database servers, and figuring out why “uploads don’t work!”

 

Cornershop Creative is an award-winning online services agency committed to listening carefully to our non-profit and small business clients and helping them achieve their goals. Our designs are beautiful, and our websites are creative and innovative. Learn more about us at https://cornershopcreative.com/.

 

Salary Range: $50,000-$70,000, though we are flexible based on applicant experience

 

To apply, visit https://cornershopcreative.com/apply-developer/ and submit:

  • Your résumé, which should include an indication of which U.S. state you live and work in
  • A brief cover letter, explaining why you’re excited about this opportunity
  • If possible, links to work you’ve been involved with that we should see, such as recent websites or testimonials

 

U.S. Applicants only!

 

Please be sure to include all of these items — to save everyone valuable time we’ll throw out incomplete applications. Thanks for understanding.

 

Cornershop is an equal opportunity employer.

 

While there is no official application deadline for this position, we’re looking to hire as quickly as possible. If you’re interested, please get your application in quickly!

Spatial Networks needs Web Marketing Designer

Our mission at Spatial Networks is to build and sell cutting-edge technology that enables us to acquire and analyze unique data in order to solve our customer’s most difficult problems. This requires combining talented people, effective methodologies, a focused mission and vision.  A creative, collaborative culture means we agree and disagree, complement and critique, teach and learn but most importantly, do.  Spatial Networks provides an energetic, fast-paced and fun environment that allows each team member the opportunity for great career and financial success. 
Summary

This position requires you to work well with others, think creatively yet remain practical, handle criticism with grace, and stand your ground when your ideas are worth fighting for. We take pride in being an industry leader in both design aesthetics and user experience, and every designer we hire must strive to continue in that tradition. While maintaining brand integrity is important, creative freedom and exploration is highly encouraged. Your skills should be polished but don’t have to be perfect. Personal character and commitment to improvement are top priorities in our neck of the woods.

Role & Responsibilities
  • Create original designs for marketing materials such as websites, logos, brochures, business cards, and large format trade show banners & pull-ups
  • Design ad units for web and social advertising campaigns
  • Create custom graphics for blog posts, newsletters, and customer success campaigns, adding to library of reusable assets
  • Maintain the look and feel of company branding
  • Apply user-centered design process to create high quality user experiences for mobile and web products
  • Contribute to the company Blog whenever possible
  • Assist in copywriting for marketing materials when needed & copy editing product marketing materials and blog posts
  • Stay up-to-date on the latest design trends, tools, and technologies (e.g. GitHub Pages, Flexbox, etc).
  • Stay in continuous contact with product, marketing, engineering, and integration teams to gather design requirements for time management purposes
  • Work with engineering team on design UI / UX for mobile applications (Android, iOS)

Qualifications
  • 1-3+ years experience in web design, preferably within a startup environment
  • Professional-grade competency with Adobe suite tools (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign)
  • Knowledge of GitHub and version control
  • Solid web language proficiency — HTML, CSS, SASS, javascript
  • Knowledge of CMS systems (preferably static sites)
  • Rock-solid communication skills to make sure everybody is on the same page
Qualities we're looking for
  • Awesome communication skills. You should be a great writer and speaker — you'll be writing content, and talking constantly with new prospects, existing customers, and our own team.
  • A GTD attitude. Identify next actions, communicate intent, and execute. We're a fast-paced team, so a results-driven mentality is critical.
  • Self-starter, self-teacher. Our team is made up of driven, largely self-taught engineers, marketers, and product developers. A constant thirst to build your knowledge base is critical. We would also expect to be learning a lot from you.
  • Ownership thinking. Have the ability to take ownership and make decisions. Passion and self-motivation is key. We don't micromanage, you'll be expected to own and deliver.
  • Desire to build something great and bring technical solutions to people to solve their problems.
  • Bonus: You {love coffee, love software + products, have a good sense of humor}

We offer an opportunity to make daily impacts in support of our aggressive strategic growth plans as well as experience professional and personal growth as an integral part of a high-tempo, unique culture. In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required employment eligibility verification document form upon hire.  Successful candidate will be subject to reference checks, business due diligence verification and drug screening. Spatial Networks also offers an outstanding benefits package including medical, dental, vision, 401(k) and more. For more information please visit www.spatialnetworks.com
Spatial Networks provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to federal law requirements, Spatial Networks complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. Spatial Networks participates in E-Verify. 

Advant Interactive needs Experienced Telecommuting Web Designer!

We are Advant Interactive, a group of design and developer nerds. We’re a small bunch (thus far), but we have plans for world domination - or at the very least, we’d like to be in business a long, long time.



We’re located in Long Beach, just a Kobe 3-pointer from the sand, and a taxi ride from the heart of LA. We need someone who seeks a position on the cutting edge of web development. Don’t live in LA? Not a problem - we’re open to making a telecommute option work for you.



IMPORTANT: Our ideal candidate has a solid background in user-centered design and experience working on a variety of e-commerce products and sites in all different kinds of fields - from selling shoes to selling legal services and everything in-between.



All candidates must work with speed and enjoy sweating over tight deadlines. They must live to design and not be satisfied until they’ve seen a project through.



Who are you? The dude (or dudette) for the role should have a minimum of two years in the world of web design, with a portfolio that’s likely to blow our socks off.



Because we live in the virtual world, it does not matter where you reside, as long as you are available during business hours. Still reading?



Do you have the following requirements?

  • Can WOW us with your designs.
  • Can create user-centered visual layouts and design elements for web and mobile applications.
  • Can confidently explain your design decisions in meetings with the boss and client.
  • Have a strong background in User Interaction and Visual Design.
  • Have the ability to self-motivate and self-adjust when needed.
  • Ability to stay up-to-date with current technology and trends.

And it goes without saying…



You can both talk the talk and walk the walk. You have 20:20 vision when it comes to fine details. You consider missing a deadline one of the seven deadly sins.



If you’ve gotten this far, you could be just what we’re looking for!



Apply today!

SMTP2GO needs Frontend Designer/UX Developer

At SMTP2GO, we help our clients send millions of emails per month.

We are looking for a front-end designer who can help develop and maintain a high-quality codebase and an unbeatable user experience. If you’re a highly-skilled remote worker and a great communicator, read on:

Soft-skills required:

Experience creating stunning front-end design work for web applications,

Ability to work effectively with an existing design team,

A strong eye for design and be well versed in asset creation and user flows,

Be conscious of contemporary best practices and implementing them,

Have excellent verbal and written communication skills,

Be a great collaborator and team player.

 

Technical skills required:

Sketch / Principle for asset creation,

Zeplin for "truth-management" of assets,

JavaScript / SASS experience a plus.

 

This role is perfect for someone who has a great personality and is keen to expand their knowledge while growing their career in a fantastic environment. You’ll have the freedom to flex your creative muscles! 

You can work from our cool new Christchurch NZ office or remotely using Slack/Asana. To coordinate effectively we would prefer applicants from the Pacific Time Zone (USA), or from New Zealand.

To apply, send a CV and cover letter with a link to your Design Portfolio.

Baremetrics needs Lead Product Designer

Play a major role in the visual design and experience of Baremetrics. We're looking for a designer who's comfortable with both UI and marketing design who's aware of and able to use design to help users comprehend complex business metrics. The core of this job is data visualization and helping businesses make sense of large amounts of data.

The analytics world is uptight, dry and boring. It lacks joy and personality. You're tasked with changing that. We want customers to use Baremetrics and smile. Design for marketing should tell a story and UI design should lead people towards making better business decisions. We want someone who fully understands and embraces that.

You'll be heading up the entire visual identity and experience of Baremetrics from marketing to UI to branding and everything in between.

About Baremetrics

Baremetrics is a business analytics & insights company. We provide the tools and data businesses need to make solid business decisions.

Founded in 2013, we're working hard to help businesses spend less time crunching numbers and looking at spreadsheets and instead give them instant access to metrics and business insights that they need to run their businesses.

We're not some flash-in-the-pan startup...we're five years old, profitable, doing over $1M in revenue and growing. Nearly 1,000 business from all over the world trust us to help them grow their businesses.

We're looking for folks who like to solve problems and build a business and product that people genuinely love to interact with.

Read about working at Baremetrics: https://baremetrics.com/jobs

 

What we need from you

  • Experience designing, managing and shipping real-world products
  • Strong, opinionated design skills
  • Understanding of the role interaction & animation has in a product and the ability to convey that in the design process
  • Experience making visual sense of large amounts of data (i.e. charts and graphs galore)
  • Basic working knowledge of HTML and CSS
  • Self-starter that doesn't require hand-holding

Some nice-to-have's

 

  • Ability to build out your design work
  • Motion/animation experience
  • Icon and illustration skills

Benefits

  • Work from anywhere (we're 100% remote)
  • Minimum vacation policy
  • Competitive salary ($90,000-$130,000)
  • New computer
  • Stock options
  • Flexible work hours
  • Full health, vision and dental insurance
  • Annual company meetups
  • Kindle Paperwhite + Unlimited Books
  • Monthly "remote stipend" that you can use for anything

NewCity needs Senior Designer

NewCity, a digital agency in Blacksburg, Virginia, is looking for a Senior Designer to join our team. You will work daily with our design and development staff, as well as our clients, to bring new ideas to life.

The Company

NewCity is a 23-year-old, 25-person firm, working in a highly collaborative, low-ego environment to create digital experiences for the real world. We ask big questions, dream big dreams, but at the end of the day we build things that work. Our culture is can-do, roll-up-your-sleeves, I’ve got your back and you’ve got mine. We’re constantly learning, experimenting and reinventing NewCity.

We’re organized around seven key disciplines: user experience, visual design, content strategy, front-end and back-end development, digital marketing and analytics, project management and business development. Our project teams are made of people from each discipline.

The Job

As a Senior Designer at NewCity, you will

  • inspire clients as you explore how their brand will shine in digital, occasionally developing new brand identities in the process.
  • take ownership of the design process from concept and design to presentation and delivery, working directly with clients and on 2 to 4 project teams at a time.
  • manage and mentor junior designers.
  • play an integral role in moving NewCity's creative approach forward.
  • periodically participate in sales pitches to prospective clients.
  • travel occasionally to work on-site directly with clients, usually not longer than 2-3 days at a time.

This is s full-time position. Preference will be given to applicants available to work at our office in Blacksburg, Virginia. We are open to considering full-time remote for candidates with successful experience as a remote team member and the references to prove it. 

Due to travel requirements for the position, candidates must be located in the continental United States.

We offer competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package.

You

  • You have 5+ years experience creating gorgeous, brand-driven, human-centered design for responsive web and mobile and an online portfolio that reflects your awesomeness.
  • You are proactive by nature and possess strong communication, collaboration, research, problem-solving and presentation skills.
  • You present design ideas clearly and effectively with insightful rationale.
  • You’ve got a solid understanding of how production and programming requirements affect your design. Knowing the opportunities and constraints of CSS, HTML and CMS platforms is fundamental in creating successful design solutions for our clients. Knowing how to collaboratively communicate your vision to developers is key to ensuring the quality of the final product.
  • You have a hunger to learn more and do things better. You're not afraid to break things or shift your assumptions in order to grow and excel, and love sharing what you've learned to help others do the same. We win together.
  • You use Sketch daily and maintain expert muscle-memory of Adobe Creative Suite to wield whenever necessary. Experience in logo design and brand systems, app design, prototyping (Principle, Figma, Framer, etc.) and familiarity with design systems are a big plus.

The Clients

If you review our portfolio, you’ll see a lot of work in higher education. It represents about 70% of our work each year. We love working with colleges and universities. It’s a dynamic, constantly changing space that always presents fresh challenges. The rest of our work is mainly with non-profits and B2B corporations. Roughly half our work each year is with repeat clients.

Our clients say there’s nothing cookie-cutter in our portfolio. They say we capture the unique DNA of their brand. That’s huge for us. You’ll be instrumental in helping us continue to do that.

Equal Opportunity

Equal Employment Opportunity has been, and will continue to be, a fundamental principle of NewCity.  As an equal opportunity employer, employment is based upon personal capabilities, qualifications and performance. NewCity does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability or any other legally protected status.

We’re eager to bring more people onto our team who make us richer with their differences. Our industry has historically seen lower participation from minorities, but it’s something we want to help change.

Matador Network needs Designer for Leading-Edge Travel Media Publisher

MatadorNetwork.com -- the web’s leading independent travel publisher -- seeks a jack-of-all-trades designer in the Los Angeles area to join our industry-leading creative team.

We’re in need of a designer primarily to lead website and mobile-app design, but also someone who can pitch-in on video production (Adobe Premiere and After Effects) as well as tackle logo and branding projects and the odd print need like business cards.

We’re a small creative team of web designers and filmmakers, who develop and maintain Matador’s cutting-edge aesthetic. In short, we create stunningly beautiful web pages, mobile applications, videos, logo treatments and much more. Here at Matador, design is critical to our success and we take our visual composition very seriously. We believe strongly that design is what sets us apart from our many competitors -- we expect you to understand that and bring that understanding to our first conversation.

Presently, this position is remote but we’re in the process of setting up an office space in West Los Angeles. Once we’re housed, we expect all team members to spend 2-3 days a week in the office when we’re not off gallivanting around the world. The designer reports to the Los Angeles-based Creative Director for all creative requirements and to the CTO (and his Vancouver-based development team) on the technical implementation side.

Requirements:

  • 1+ years of experience designing for websites and mobile applications. We will consider new grads who possess a strong student portfolio. We value skills over experience.
  • Instantly understand and interpret the Matador design aesthetic.
  • Crazy good communication skills and responsiveness: Successful Matadorians promptly respond to emails, attend all regular in-person and virtual meetings and can clearly convey their ideas, thoughts and beliefs through email and web conference.
  • Know and love the full product set in the Adobe Creative Cloud (formerly Creative Suite), including but not limited to PhotoShop, Lightbox, InDesign, After Effects, Premiere and Illustrator.
  • Reside in the Los Angeles area and be available to spend 2-3 days/week in a TBD West Los Angeles office space.
  • You don’t have to know the code behind web design, but you do have to ensure that the development team successfully implements your wireframes and executes your overall creative concept.

This is a full-time, independent contractor position with huge opportunity for skills and career growth. Hourly pay or monthly salary depends on experience. Will consider new college graduates.

Please send email with resume, three references and portfolio to jobs@matadornetwork.com. Please put “DESIGNER” in the subject line.

Float needs Product Designer

We're looking to hire our first dedicated Product Designer to deliver simple, thoughtful, features and functionality for our customers.

To achieve this you’ll:

  • Gather the right information: Conduct user interviews, surveys and analyze internal data to inform and validate product ideas.
  • Draft user flows and visual designs: Using tools like Sketch and InVision, you’ll define solutions for internal and customer review.
  • Lead projects from start to finish: You’ll project manage features from concept through to launch, managing team sprints, work prioritization and grooming backlogs.
  • Participate in product strategy discussions: You’ll collaborate with our team to define the product roadmaps.
  • Provide launch support: You’ll work closely with our Customer Success team to educate and deliver assets to support new features.

This is a 100% remote role. You’ll report directly to our CEO, who is based in Melbourne, Australia.


About You

You're a great communicator, a talented writer, naturally curious and confident. You have experience working with modern, web-based, desktop-first applications. SaaS & mobile B2B experience a bonus.

You have demonstratable experience with:

  • Conducting user interviews, surveys and various forms of data collection.
  • Developing briefs and functional specifications to communicate proposed features.
  • Designing users flows and prototyping solutions in tools such as Sketch and InVision.
  • Delivering end-to-end features and improvements for applications.
  • Managing scope through sprint-based, iterative development.

You're not a programmer, but you do have a high-level understanding of web-based technologies, their constraints and opportunities.


About Us

We're the leading resource scheduling application for agencies, studios and firms. Since 2012, we've been helping teams in more than 150 countries keep track of who’s working on what and when including NASA, Vice, Buzzfeed and RGA.

We’re profitable and 100% funded by our customers. Our team of twelve includes members in Australia, New York, Dallas, Cleveland, Portugal and Ukraine. We encourage people of different backgrounds, perspectives and locations to enhance our team and deliver their best work.

www.float.com

Creative Market needs Product Designer

Help independent creators around the world turn passion into opportunity. Millions of customers use Creative Market and Creative Market Pro to bring their creative projects to life with ready-to-use design content from independent creators.


The Role: As a Product Designer, you will work closely with a cross-functional team to test and iterate on existing and new product features. You’ll be responsible for being the voice of the user and leading all aspects of design across the entire life-cycle of your product team’s projects. Oh, and if you're looking to share animated gifs, good coffee, and nerdy jokes with a group designers who are passionate about listening to customers to create great design work for them, then you've come to the right job listing.


Current Openings: We have 4 open positions. Please indicate if you have a preference for working on Creative Market or Creative Market Pro, and if you have a preference for working on a cross-functional product foundation team or product growth team.


Remote Friendly: We prefer candidates to be in San Francisco, CA to work with the team in the office, but we're open to remote candidates in the following U.S. states: California, Washington, Colorado, Texas, New York, and North Carolina. All candidates must work well in a distributed team.


Sound exciting? We’d love for you to apply.