Sunday, May 13, 2007

Work for National Geographic Online

May 11, 2007 (2 days ago)
National Geographic: XHTML/CSS designer
from Job Listings - Full-time: In-house, On Location
(Washington, DC) You're an expert XHTML/CSS coder; you strive for appropriate, not just dogmatic, separation of style and markup. You're a skilled visual and UI designer, working in Photoshop or code when appropriate.

You'll be developing systems of stylesheets that drive dozens of sections and tens of thousands of graphically rich pages.

It's a bonus if you're skilled at manipulating the DOM; double bonus if you're comfortable with AJAX. Triple-super-secret bonus for XSL.

We work in a close team environment, with regular critiques of each others' work. No primadonnas.

National Geographic perks include a free gym; discounts on lectures, massage and yoga; and working for an organization whose mission is to inspire people to care about the planet. Salary is competitive.

Apply: Please email Jim Webb, Lead Designer, with portfolio and/or URLs at .

Thirteen reasons to choose a typeface
Written by Michael Bierut

Thirteen reasons to choose a typeface Written by Michael BierutDesign Observer posts a piece by Michael Bierut about the different things to consider when choosing a typeface for your design work.

Wednesday, May 02, 2007

Careful with that MySpace photo

You've probably heard about people getting fired or not hired because an employer saw something they didn't like on someone's myspace page. Check this out - this student was DENIED HER DEGREE because of a photo that her college found on her myspace page. This should teach you a valuable lesson: Use facebook instead.