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Media College eNews

5 Aug

The Washington Post is looking for a news designer to join its digital design team. From conceiving blog experiences to designing Campaign 2012 pages, this person will work closely with senior designers and editors to create advanced storytelling on www.washingtonpost.com. Experience with information architecture and user experience is required. The successful candidate will also be a strong visual designer and should be proficient in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

The Washington Post digital design team is a highly collaborative, studio-like group of specialists that encourages idea exploration through rapid prototyping and experimentation. Their mission is to design highest-quality online and mobile news experiences that increase audience and generate conversation. The Web designer must have a high professional standard and appreciation for the visibility and impact of The Post. Journalism experience is required; a degree in design and/or journalism is preferred. The work is challenging and rewarding, and success is measured by the millions of people served each day.

If interested, please contact Sarah Sampsel at sampsels@washpost.com, David Griffin at griffind@washpost.com or Shirley Carswell at carswells@washpost.com. Deadline is Aug. 27.



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