Msnbc.comis looking for an experienced designer to join our talented studio design team in our NY office. Candidates should have experience working on a wide range of projects, ideally with an editorial focus, and be comfortable working independently and as part of a multidisciplinary team.

You’ll collaborate with editors, developers and management to create innovative, scalable design solutions that engage users and differentiate msnbc.com, todayshow.com and our family of brands from the competition.

Responsibilities:

·        Collaborate with team members across departments to design and build projects with short and extended timeframes

·        Clearly communicate creative vision and how it relates to the goals of a project

·        Create intuitive user flows, wireframes, visual interfaces and spot graphics for our proprietary content management system

·        Implement designs via HTML, CSS and/or Javascript with careful attention to web standards

·        Understand the requirements and features that go into developing a scalable product

·        Document, review and test projects; meet agreed upon deadlines

·        Maintain strong interest in new technologies and platforms

·        Pixel-perfect attention to detail

Requirements:

·        BA/BFA or BS, design and/or web development focused.

·        3-6 years experience designing for online, preferably in media

·        Strong design skills including logo development, typography and composition.

·        Successful experience launching Web-based projects

·        Hands-on HTML, CSS or Javascript, as well design programs such as Photoshop and Illustrator.

·        Strong interest in news content

·        Background in broadcast media a plus, but not required.

Please submit a resume and a portfolio (site link or pdf) of recent work with a short explanation of your role and contribution to each project.

To apply for positions on our team, respond by email to msnbcjobs@msnbc.com .  Please include the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line.