Web Design (UI/UX/Interaction) (Want to work on a brand new product and contribute to every aspect

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Come join a fun team building an amazing product that everyone loves.

• Amazing opportunity to learn a lot in few months than in an entire year at college.
• Learn from founders who have worked at amazing companies (Amazon.com, Salesforce) and gone through startup acquisitions themselves.
• Learn how a startup is launched from ground 0
• Learn product management and basics of html/css/jquery if you wish!
• Get references for next job and an opportunity to be a regular team member based on performance!


• Design layouts as the product and user base grows
• 95% of our users read the content and 5% create it. (Similar to Wikipedia) Make content beautiful and desirable to read
• Design twitter cards, facebook pages and do magic with images on other social media properties
• Contribute to internal style guides
• Work closely with founders and users to make design decisions


• Eye for good design
• Ability to quickly iterate and convey ideas
• Expertise with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop  or similar tools.
• 1 Year experience in an in-house or agency design role 
• Photo editing, typography, UI/UX.
• Creative thinking! Show us how you can be creative
• Quick iterations and ability to communicate creativity with simple prototypes


Required - Adobe Photoshop, User Interface Design, User Experience, Mockups, Wireframes
Preferred - Human Computer Interaction

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