Part-Time Web Designer AppFirst
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED For over two years, AppFirst has been working to provide state-of-the-art application performance management technology to its clients. Described as an ?up and comer? by leading developers in the industry, we?re now looking to expand our team with the addition of a new part-time web designer.
What you?ll be doing:
Collaborating with Marketing and Engineering to create successful visual experiences that explain the AppFirst product offering and aid in the acquisition of new customers.
Evangelize the company?s values and goals through compelling design and visualization.
Utilize best practices and teamwork to craft a more user-friendly and engaging website.
Working with existing UI team to develop a UI experience that matches up with our product and our company?s values.
What we?re looking for:
3-5 years of professional web design experience
Available part-time, at least 10 hours per week
Strong communication skills with technical and non-technical people alike
Ability to translate technical processes into rich visual experiences
Experience with A/B testing of landing pages
Experience working in rapid iterations
-Freelance positions available.
||6 W 14th St., Suite 4E |
New York, NY 10011
THIS JOB HAS EXPIRED
AppFirst is a next generation application and infrastructure performance management solution that reduces problem resolution time by up to 85.
5 - 20M RaisedInvestors: First Round Capital
, FirstMark Capital
, Javelin Venture Partners
, Safeguard Scientifics All Jobs: at AppFirst
|Headquarters:||6 W 14th St., Suite 4E|
New York, NY 10011
|Company Profile:||AppFirst's patented technology provides enterprises with continuous and complete visibility into all the applications and supporting resources in their IT ecosystem, regardless of the infrastructure. This enables organizations to achieve IT as a Service, continuously footprint applications to ensure performance and cost optimization, and proactively resolve issues.|
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