JOB: Senior Web Designer; Chicago, IL; (Permanent)

5 Feb 2009 - 11:42am
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janna fiester

Senior Web Designer

We are looking for an extraordinary full-time Senior Web Designer to join
our team. Specifically, we are looking for a strategic and forward thinking
Senior, who can create user-friendly, and highly conceptual creative.
Responsibilities will include everything from front end design, managing
website projects, developing timelines and working directly with clients.

The ideal candidate will:
* Bachelors or Masters degree with a focus in digital media, web design or
interactive design
* 4 to 5 years experience creating high quality interfaces, mid to
large-scale websites, interactive experiences and interactive story boards
* Have a passion for great design and emerging technologies
* Excellent understanding and knowledge of user experience, web design
principles and methods
* Experience designing web application interfaces a plus
* Understanding of the best practices for web-based information architecture
and interaction design.
* Understanding of usability and how to incorporate user research into
creative concepts
* Proven experience working with teams
* Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously under tight deadlines
* Proven client management, project management and problem-solving skills
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills
* Outstanding portfolio of related work
* No print designers need to apply

Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, expertise a must.
Experience with Flash a plus!

Sandstorm Design is a Chicago-based boutique team of experts in marketing,
design and web site usability. Located in the trendy Ravenswood
Neighborhood, our firm helps companies elevate their brand beyond the
competition through our unique blend of B2B expertise, marketing savvy and
creative execution.

If you are up for the challenge and ready to work with our diverse and high
energy team, please email resume, salary requirements, and sample URLs to
jobs at Local candidates only. No phone calls please.

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