Website Developer for Interior Design Firm

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Addicted To Retail
 Virtual
Posted: April 20 2016
Company Location: New York, NY
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required)

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Description

Addicted To Retail (ATR) is a creative retail design, visual merchandising and in-store marketing consultancy based in New York City.

Online, ATR is the curator of innovative store interiors, retail architecture, brand experience design concepts, premium product presentation executions, compelling window displays and elevated trade-show/exhibition installations.

Offline, ATR operates as a store design, visual merchandising and retail marketing consultancy. ATR provides client-partners ideation, store design & planning, retail marketing strategy for elevated online and offline activations, retail experience curation, pop-up shops, brand design, visual merchandising, and experimental marketing programs with the intention to create experiences that engage consumers, visitors and occupants in a lasting subconscious conversation.

Responsibilities

- Coordinate with teams to utilize technology to improve communication
- Contribute in improving functionality and profitability for computer systems

Requirements

- Understand how computers and software can increase efficiency
- Possess skills in analyzing, formulating, trouble-shooting, and synthesizing
- Must be a curernt student
- Have proficient knowledge in PHP, HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, SOAP, XML
- Have an understanding of PHP & MySQL
- Ability to effectively communicate ideas to team members with varying levels of technical expertise.

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