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October 09, 2003

jobs at juxt & the wddg

juxt interactive and the wddg are looking for some talented new hands..

1 // Art Director
Juxt Interactive is seeking an Art Director/Flash designer. Candidates should have 5 years of interactive design experience. We are looking for rare individuals that have a gift for original thinking, a broad exposure to design and design styles as well as having a mastery of the tools involved in developing the interactive medium. Candidates must have proficiency with PhotoShop, Freehand or Illustrator, 3d apps, Video editing, Sound design and HTML development tools. Candidate must have extreme proficiency with Flash motion development and actionscripting. He/she must have excellent communication skills and have experience dealing directly with clients in both on going project communications as well as client presentation.

Email with ART DIRECTOR as the subject

2 // Flash Developer/Programmer
Juxt Interactive is seeking a Flash Developer/Programmer. Candidates should have 3 years of interactive development/programming experience. Candidates must have proficiency in HTML development, middle-ware development (asp, jsp, coldfusion, php) and database design and development with SQL. Candidate must have extreme proficiency with Flash Actionscripting in both experience design and Flash Application development. Strong design background is a plus.

Email with FLASH PROGRAMMER as the subject

For both Juxt jobs, note:

We are currently not considering International candidates beyond Canada at this time.

If you wish to be considered for this position please email a list of urls clearly explaining your involvement on each project along with a current resume.

Please no phone calls

3 // The WDDG is looking for a Director game programmer who is experienced with 3D Director development. The work is freelance right now - but may turn into long term. Applicants need to be in NYC for the development period. Contact See: for info on the WDDG.

Posted by moock at October 9, 2003 11:06 PM