Here’s a useful resource when planning how to answer those difficult interview questions.
Kingdom Interiors in Corse Lawn, Gloucester have posted a project for DegreePlus.
HTML5, CSS3, Photoshop, SEO. Contact Jo Evans email: firstname.lastname@example.org
An email has just come through for a job:
I was wondering if your students are able to set up a website for my father’s business. He’s been in the game for over 30 years, but has never really had a decent website. I know students help the community to gain experience and for course work etc, so I was wondering if a media student would be able to help design a website for us.
My father will never get round to asking, so I’m asking on his behalf.
For more information contact Will
We’ve recently been contacted by alumni student Morgan Williams of the University of Gloucestershire, who currently works at gocompare.com.
Gocompare in South Wales are looking to hire a web designer (of which has received very little interest so far). This is an ideal opportunity for students graduating this year!
The job description is attached providing a loose guide of requirements for the role. The ideal candidate would have strong contemporary web design skills and as a bonus the ability to prototype. The successful candidate will work alongside an excellent senior designer who will be able to guide and mentor a graduate.
For more information please contact Morgan Williams.
Ex-graduate Jon Munson (Multimedia Web Design) from Nerv are looking to run some summer internships. They are currently looking for some back-end developers to work on client projects, and gain some experience working alongside their team. If there are any students who may be interested, please contact Jon using the information below.
… that UX designers are commanding high salaries at the moment?
So, all you people taking, or interested in User Interaction / Experience / Interface / Design, you’ll find employers are particularly looking for individuals who can perform (and I quote) the following:
“YOU MUST BE A RUTHLESS DESIGNER ABLE TO POINT OUT A POOR DESIGN AND EXPLAIN HOW YOU CAN MAKE IT BETTER. WE ARE LOOKING FOR A CONFIDENT, NATURAL LEADER”
The current site is http://www.gloslifestyles.co.uk/ They require a CMS so they can easily edit the content, and easy to navigate website for people with disabilities to use. Wordpress might be the ideal platform for this with a custom theme using “doors” as the navigation theme for the site whereby users can click or the doors and be redirected to the relevant page. In terms of Aesthetics they would like to use blues similar to how it is currently and clear writing to make it easy for people to use ie: accessibility and SEO are important.
They can afford to pay: £150 Contact Simon (email@example.com)
Open to all undergraduate students. All fields; art design, computer science, business.
Email your work in a zip file to following people.
7 Layer requires a GUI (graphical user interface) for a new exciting system. The system monitors the quality of a car at every milestone in it lifecycle:
It will need a startup page for the factory manager to log in.
|Are you a creative graphic designer who would like a small commission for your portfolio? Lisa’s Kitchen provides students with healthy home cooked ready meals. Based in Cheltenham at the University of Gloucestershire, we need a new logo to replace this one:|
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
I am a film lecturer on Park Campus and I need to make a 20 minute (or less) trailer about a comedy web series and it requires a web designer to help with promotion. If this gets commissioned – as an idea – then it might lead to work (on the web series). I know I’d certainly push for this.
Are you a keen, talented and dedicated student who might want to work with me to design an interface for this work? I am happy to meet up at Park to explain a little about what I do, this is my staff profile: http://insight-dev.glos.ac.uk/academicschools/dcmp/staffprofiles/Pages/RACHELTILLOTSON.aspx and this is my own website: http://racheltillotson.com/
Although this is unpaid work at the moment, hopefully it’ll be fun and produce a useful item for your portfolio.
Please email me: email@example.com
A company in Worcester are looking to hire 3 or 4 junior entry level graduate developers. The company is looking to recruit fast… So get applying! Starting salary is £16,000 – £18,000.
Junior Developer, C#, .Net, Business Process Management, Worcestershire.
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to join a well established technology company who operate within a niche market sector. Based in Worcestershire, the company offers a range of consultancy and software development services aimed at enhancing business performance across targeted areas of the business. The clients range from small businesses through to global organisations across the public and private sector.
You will be responsible for working alongside these clients, both onsite and remotely, to produce solutions that are not only functional but also practical to the needs of the clients business. The successful applicant will hold a degree (minimum 2.1) in Computer Science or a related topic. You will have programming experience with C# and the .Net framework or Java, either from your academic studies or ideally in a commercial setting. A solid understanding of databases would be useful, specifically experience with SQL Server. Further to these technical skills, a general understanding of business and a genuine interest in BPM and workflow would be advantageous.
Applicants will be expected to have a high level of literacy and numeracy skills due to the nature of the work involved. The role would ideally suit a recent graduate looking to secure their first permanent role or perhaps someone with a small amount of commercial programming experience looking for better career progression.
This is an excellent opportunity for any Level 6 / Graduates looking for jobs. Even if you feel you do not fit the criteria completely, you should consider how you could pitch yourself to adapt your skill-set, demonstrating which areas you excel in and how it relates to the job application. Show an initiative to want to learn new skills!
Email Lee Clarke to find out more about applying for the job and arranging an interview.
Apps. are the big thing right now, wouldn’t you say? But how do you actually design them?
Those taking on any modules related to App Development – you may be interested in the following resources to guide your users in the right direction (as well as your technical abilities!).
Check out these infamous guides to help you along the way.
One for Android:
Explore the digital future of the creative media industries in Wales from 24th to 27th June. This ground-breaking event will bring together the best talent in the public, private, educational and training sectors to explore new ideas, innovation and opportunities across the whole digital spectrum. Kick-start the week with Digital Futures Day.
It is to be held at:
Monday, June 24, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (BST)
Cardiff, United Kingdom
For more details, visit the official event registration page: http://digital-futures-day-epop.eventbrite.com/
You’ll work on responsive web design projects, digital advertising and social media content for some outstanding brands using Adobe Creative Suite. See our previous clients at http://jaywing.com/agency/clients/
Contact David Rubery (UoG grad, 2004) if you’re interested in this role in Newbury (M4 corridor) http://jaywing.com/agency/jobs/junior-digital-designer-newbury/