Slate magazine helped pioneer podcasting back in 2005, but in the ten years since, the technology powering on-demand audio has barely changed.
It's about to.
In 2015, Slate launched Panoply, which brings millions of listeners the smartest conversation that podcasting has to offer through 50 shows from the New York Times Magazine, Vulture, Huffington Post, Gretchen Rubin, Tablet, WBUR, and many more.
Panoply is a tightly-knit group of some of the smartest engineers, producers, entrepreneurs, and thinkers. We're looking for a brilliant front-end designer/developer to help us chart the future of podcasting from our offices in Washington, D.C.
Working at Panoply means flexible office hours, casual dress, full benefits, competitive salaries, an office 20 steps from the Metro exit, team happy hours, and working alongside our colleagues at Slate. We have a friendly work environment, but coolness under pressure and comfort with short time horizons are a must.
We need a user-experience-oriented front-end designer/developer who relishes in the design process—from dashed-out whiteboard concepts to full-fidelity design. We want somebody who can debate the finer points of UI/UX, analyze the DOM, prioritize page performance, and implement designs that work for all screens.
You must have a strong visual eye along with expertise in the standard Web stack and be able to communicate clearly with co-workers and clients.
Bonus points if you:
Panoply, launched in 2015, is an innovative, full-service podcast network for media brands, authors, personalities, and premier organizations.
Panoply provides production, audience development, sales, and technology services for its expanding number of partners. We're a fast-moving team aiming to build an industry-leading company led by high-quality content, innovative sales solutions, and industry leading technology.
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