Monthly Archives: July 2018

Freelance job–Designing a website for Queens College Student

Tashana is looking to pay a student to help her design her wix website.

Ideal candidate should be proficient in web designing. A graphics artist who can use their expertise to create elegance with the design for the page. It is a basic page that will display Nail Specialty services with the prices, a booking section, about us and contact us.

If you are interested,

email with at least two samples of your work and asking rate/price.

 

Front-End Developer / Web Designer at The Music Zoo

Location: Roslyn, NY (western Nassau County)

 

What You’ll Do: As the Front-End Developer / Web Designer at The Music Zoo, you could expect to take on a number of different roles based on the project at hand. Primarily, you would be writing code for our online store (www.themusiczoo.com) in HTML, CSS, and some JavaScript. You would also use the Shopify Liquid templating language to access product, customer, and inventory data on the front end. You’d occasionally engage in designing some wireframes/prototypes for new parts of the site in your Adobe CC design program of choice. If you’re confident in your design skills, you may even get to work on some promotional material.

The position is full-time, M-F 10am-6pm in Roslyn, NY, which is great for anyone who might be commuting from Nassau County or Queens. Benefits include health insurance, 401k, vacation days, and a sweet discount on cool guitar stuff 🙂

If you think you might fit the requirements below, please send your resume and cover letter (optional) to both joakley@themusiczoo.com and resume@themusiczoo.com. Hope to hear from you soon!

Requirements:

-Self-initiative, in regards to both starting projects and reading up on coding concepts you might not be familiar with (Google and MDN are your friends).

-Proficient in HTML and CSS.

-Comfortable reading code documentation.

-Comfortable with Adobe CC/CS

-Comfortable with JavaScript (or at least learning more of it).

-Experience working on live websites.

-Understand the importance of brand identity on the web.

 

Nice to Have:

-Someone who is a guitarist/musician would have an advantage in understanding our site’s users, branding, and mission.

-Experience with using Shopify Liquid (or similar templating languages).

-Version control with Git and GitHub.

-Experience integrating with JS API’s and libraries.

-NodeJS and npm.

 

WEB DESIGN SCHOLARSHIP $1,000 • Fall & Spring

Scholarship Terms and Conditions:
The Lounge Lizard Web Design Scholarship is only open to students attending school in the United States. Applicant must be a student at an accredited school, or be accepted to begin school at an accredited school within 6 months of application. Applicants can win the contest up to 2 times only. All funds will be dispersed to scholarship recipient within 30 days of being announced as the winner. Scholarship winner is determined solely by our selection committee. All decisions of the selection committee are final. Lounge Lizard is not responsible for technical issues which prevent applications from being submitted or considered.

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Privacy Statement:
We will not sell, share, or distribute the information you submit with your scholarship application to any third parties. The information you submit will be used only for determining the scholarship recipient and deleted after the selection period.

Non-Discrimination Statement:
The winner of the Lounge Lizard Web Design Scholarship will be determined by a selection committee set up by Lounge Lizard. Said selection will in no way be influenced by gender, race, national origin, sexual preference or any criteria other than the meeting of the application requirements and our committee’s evaluation of the web design provided with the application.

Media Release:
For any submissions, you hereby grant to us a worldwide, non-exclusive license to use that material in any media and, specifically, to link to the materials and to make that material available via our website and social media. You warrant that all such materials are original and do not infringe the rights of any third party and that you have the right to grant such license. You also warrant that the material is not obscene, offensive or defamatory to any person or otherwise illegal. Your name may be published alongside your material. If you do not want to grant these rights, please do not submit material. If you submit any video, film, recorded music, text, photographs, graphics or other materials, you hereby warrant and represent that you personally created, wrote and produced such content and all materials contained within such content, or that you have written permission from or are authorized by the owner(s) of those materials for such use.

LGBTQ Comics Festival August 18th & 19th

Flame Con, the world’s largest queer comic con, returns for its fourth year. Featuring a two-day comics, arts and entertainment expo, showcasing creators and special guests from all corners of the LGBTQ fandom. It features thoughtful discussions, exclusive performances, screenings, cosplay and more!

Geeks of all types are invited to attend and celebrate the diversity and creativity of queer geekdom and LGBTQ contributions to pop culture.

Flame Con 2017 brought together the queer fan community on an unprecedented scale. Drawing in over 6,000 attendees and nearly 200 creators to the two-day event, Flame Con continued to remain New York City’s largest queer comic con.

Call for Making Policy Public Designers

CUP is looking for talented designers to partner on the 2019 issues of Making Policy Public. CUP seeks designers, visual artists, and other creative workers with an interest in public policy, who will bring unique visual solutions to the design challenges presented by communicating complex policy issues.

Click here to download the application guidelines and learn more about the program.

Applications from designers are due by Monday, August 20 at 5pm EST.

Here’s something to tweet:

Designers & artists, collaborate with @we_are_CUP on a visual explanation of a complex policy issue! Apply here: makingpolicypublic.net

Communications and Social Media Coordinator (Part-time position)

CERRU is looking for a Communications and Social Media College Assistant. The Communications and Social Media College Assistant will be expected to assist in creating and implementing a communication and marketing strategy. Training will begin in the summer. Must have excellent English writing and editing skills.
Specific responsibilities will include:
–         Creating or overseeing the production of brochures, fliers, etc.
–         Monthly newsletter
–         Creating a social media strategy
–         Updating or overseeing the updates of social media platforms including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
–         Tracking Google & Facebook analytics
–         Maintaining website and Constant Contact account
–         Creating and sending weekly CERRU email
–         Meeting with supervisor on weekly basis to review strategies and progress
–         Additional projects/responsibilities that arise as directed by CERRU staff
Position
–         This will be under an official Queens College CA (college assistant) line
–         The annual salary will be $16,000 and pays around $15/hour
–         This position accrues an hour of annual leave for every 15 hours worked. Individual may use annual leave after first 500 hours been completed
–         This position accrues an hour of sick leave for every 20 hours worked
Direct Report to Yael Rosenstock, Associate Director

CERRU is a diversity education center that provides nonviolent communication tools to bridge social differences and create a more equitable society. We use dialogue and undoing bias techniques to bring people together to discuss their views and listen to one another. Dialogue is a conversation in which people who have various and often conflicting beliefs, values, and perspectives listen mindfully to each other and ask questions to elicit more information rather than focus on making their point. They experience how to include differences, negotiate their social identities, find common ground, move forward with their own personal growth, and work with others to effect positive social change.CERRU is seeking individuals who share our values to further the journey towards equity.

We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

CERRU is committed to continuing our dedication to diversity in our spaces and encourages applications from people of all gender identities, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, ability statuses, ages, socioeconomic statuses, and so forth.

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