Looking for an entry-level web design job in Silicon Valley? TrialPay, the alternative online payment platform, is adding a junior web designer to its team in Palo Alto, CA. Click through to learn more and apply:
About the Opportunity:
We are looking for a Junior Web Designer to join our design team. The design team plays a pivotal role in TrialPay’s success by providing our premier partners with customized designs that incorporate best practices in converting traffic through our unique payment and promotions platform. You will work on:
- High-quality web designs (banners, e-mails, landing pages, microsites, RFPs, etc.) for our thousands of advertisers
- Printed collateral for marketing and recruiting
- Custom user flows and integrations for strategic partners
- Concepts and presentations for sales and business development
- Other projects as requested
Intangibly, we will rely on your knowledge of best practices of design aesthetics to optimize conversion rates. You will also have the opportunity to work directly with online web brands to extend adoption of our products across multiple touch-points.
We are fast-paced company, so you need to be organized and able to act independently. You should feel comfortable switching quickly between different projects, while maintaining an attention to detail. Technical expertise you bring to the role should include:
- Extremely strong Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and InDesign skills (Illustrator is a plus)
- Thorough knowledge of the best practices and standards in HTML and CSS
- Keen design sense and the ability to design compelling graphics while meeting aggressive deadlines
- Ability to adhere to corporate identity standards while continuing to enhance our design aesthetic.
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