The Interactive Designer will design stand-alone interactive editorial projects, expand our existing design system and design new PBS NewsHour digital products. They will translate those designs to HTML/CSS/SCSS.
- Design smart, engaging web experiences.
- Prepare wireframes and concepts.
- Propose digital presentations for editorial projects.
- Create charts, maps and other daily news presentations.
- Collaborate with the broadcast graphics and editorial teams.
- Maintain, propose and update features on existing site.
- Translate your design in HTML/CSS/SCSS.
- Work with designers and engineers to implement and deploy sites.
- Perform related special projects or other duties as assigned.
- Expert knowledge of responsive web design standards
- Solid understanding of WordPress theme and plugin architecture.
- Expert with HTML/CSS/SCSS
- Experience with version control systems such as Git.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
- Ability to work effectively, both independently and in a team environment.
- Excellent organizational, project planning, presentation and time management skills with careful attention to detail needed.
- An interest in journalism and public media.
- Preferred experience with:
- NodeJS or similar technologies.
- Human interface guidelines and best practices on iOS and Android.
- College degree in computer programming or related field.
- Minimum 2 years’ experience as a web designer.
- Or equivalent combination of education and experience.
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