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4 Companies Hiring Web Designers Right Now

On the hunt for a killer web design opportunity? Transitioning your design aesthetic from print to the web with your new HTML and CSS skills? Not sure where to look for your next dream job? We’ve got you covered.

Check out this week’s Skillcrush Classifieds, featuring 4 companies currently hiring for web designers. Whether you’re interested in working in media or real estate, there’s a job that immediately puts your new tech skills to work.

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NBCUniversal

NBCUniversal is a global media company that delivers entertainment, news and information to a worldwide audience. NBCUniversal operates a range of media assets across film, television, home entertainment, news, digital, production, and distribution.

Position: Digital Designer

Location: New York, New York

NBC is currently hiring a Digital Designer for Bravo and Oxygen Media. Armed with a few years of design experience, a passion for and understanding of social and digital media, and a basic knowledge of HTML & CSS, this position will produce a wide variety of page layouts and web assets. In addition to developing creative concepts, this position will also lead web design projects from kickoff to production.

Squarespace

Squarespace

Squarespace makes creating your own beautiful website easier than ever before. Users choose from a variety of customizable templates and extensive features to create a great site, which they can then connect to their favorite social media platforms.

Position: Web Designer

Location: New York, New York

Squarespace is currently hiring a web designer to design and build websites using clean code that doesn’t compromise on design. The perfect candidate is a rare blend of creative and technical, with an eye towards interaction design and a curiosity to understand how the best websites are built. This position requires somewhat serious tech chops: a working knowledge of JavaScript and experience using Git are both major plusses.

CBRE

CBRE

CBRE Group, Inc is the world’s largest commercial real estate services and investment firm. The Company has approximately 37,000 employees (excluding affiliates), and serves real estate owners, investors and occupiers through more than 300 offices (excluding affiliates) worldwide.

Position: Junior Graphic Designer

Location: Newport Beach, CA

CBRE is currently hiring a Junior Designer to support the Asset Services Marketing team. This position includes producing a full range of business development deliverables from proposals to web to traditional medium banners. An eye for detail (for proofing copy), a working knowledge of HTML and familiarity with InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Microsoft Office are requested.

Loverly

Lover.ly

Lover.ly is a specialized search engine for finding bridal ideas, trends, and other wedding-related information. The search and discovery platform connects brides, vendors, and brands online, and provides content, community and commerce to make it easy for brides to discover and transact online.

Position: Digital Designer

Location: New York, New York

This position as a Digital Designer is a fusion of marketing and UX design, working directly with the Senior UX/UI designer. Above and beyond creating traditional marketing assets, you will help design the web and mobile experience of the Lover.ly brand. Experience in UX is important, but more important is an eagerness to learn. Knowledge of typography, Photoshop, Illustrator, and HTML are all pros to set you up for success in this role.

These jobs look exciting, but not sure that you’re qualified? Get the tech skills you need with us here at Skillcrush.

You’ll learn web design, UX, Photoshop, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Ruby, Git and now WordPress too in our Skillcrush Career Blueprints or classes. Our next session will be starting soon so check them out today to start working towards your dream job!

 

 

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