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8 ways to be a more organized graphic designer

8 ways to be a more organized graphic designer

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Description: Looking to up your graphic design game? Get organized! When the details are clear, the job is easier and the clients are happier.

Here are 8 tips, all very easy to do, that will wrangle all those loose ends and keep your projects moving forward. Yes, many are what you’d consider Project Manager tools, but they’ll help you be a better graphic designer, art director, creative director, or freelance designer.People will think you’re a real grownup! (Don’t worry, I’m not either.)

Here’s the link to that Design Workflow Chart I mentioned in the video:

8 tips to be a more organized graphic designer

Like I said, these are all tricks I learned the hard way. They help keep all the details in focus and as we all know, graphic design means keeping track of a LOT of details! Being organized in my workflow does not come naturally for me, so these are all things I had to learn in order to compensate for that. I hope it helps you, too!

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Application Developer for innovative research organization at DataCite e.V.

Application Developer for innovative research organization at DataCite e.V.

Are you passionate about data sharing and moving research forward? We are looking for an application developer to join our DataCite team which currently consists of two developers, bringing a mix of skills that complement the existing team capacity. The ideal candidate has experience writing open source software and a basic understanding of scholarly communication infrastructure.

DataCite is based in Hannover, Germany, but the position is suited for remote work from other places in Germany or other countries in Europe. Travel to meet with DataCite members and other partners is expected. The position includes work for projects funded by the European Commission and other funders.

Responsibilities

  • Develop full-stack product features in an open source software environment, including user-facing front-end services
  • Test, deploy and monitor applications, and react to problems.
  • Technical support for DataCite members and third parties, including supporting technical documentation.

Required Qualifications

  • 3+ years of experience with Javascript, Ruby, Java and/or Python.
  • Hands-on experience developing, deploying and maintaining web applications, including system administration, error tracking, and support.
  • Experience with project management and open source software development practices.
  • Excellent communication skills, and the flexibility that is needed for working in a small, distributed team.
  • Strong and demonstrated interest in open science and data sharing.

Desirable Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or related field
  • Experience in frontend development. Interest and/or experience with ReactJS and/or EmberJS.
  • Interest and/or experience in DevOps.
  • Interest to learn and use other languages such as Clojure or Go.

Please send a short email, stating your interest in the position, and CV with your GitHub username to Martin Fenner, DataCite Technical Director, [email protected]. Applications will be considered beginning October 16, 2017.

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Author: DataCite e.V.

Seeking a Grant/Proposal Writer for a new Not-For-Profit Organization

Seeking a Grant/Proposal Writer for a new Not-For-Profit Organization

My client is seeking someone to help in the writing of grants and proposals in an effort to acquire funding for all programming developed. A professional, ideally someone who has worked in the not for profit sector and/or written proposals for music and the arts would be best suited for this role.

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