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Web Graphic Designer
a2z, Inc.
UMBCworks ID#: 9233476 (access via the Jobs & Internships tab in myUMBC)

At a2z, Inc. there are ample opportunities to demonstrate your capabilities, use leading edge technology, interact with high profile clients and, above all, become a trusted partner working as though this were your very own company. Our staff is young – the average age of our team is under 30, and our culture is unique to this region. Top this off with a flexible schedule and a business casual dress code…and a2z is where you want to be.

a2z’s Web Graphic Designer is an interesting and challenging position with opportunities to learn the technical aspect of managing digital design and visual communication.

a2z, Inc. is located in Columbia, Maryland. Occasional telecommuting is permitted, but candidates should live within a comfortable commuting distance from Columbia, MD and plan to be in the office during scheduled hours.

• Visualizing web site interface design
• Designing interactive web pages
• Web site content management

• Bachelor’s degree with major in digital design, advertising or fine arts
• Experience designing web sites, applications and animations
• Must be proficient in writing web pages in HTML and CSS
• Working knowledge of JS and Flash
• Experience with graphic design software such as PhotoShop and Illustrator
• Good understanding of color theory and design concepts
• Awareness of browser compatibility issues and testing
• Awareness of web usability methodologies (desired but not absolutely required)
• Must be comfortable in a team-oriented work environment
• Excellent oral and written communication skills (English)
• Must be authorized to work in the United States part-time for any employer


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