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After working as a freelance web designer for some years, Jim is now working on web development at The Brighthouse in Amsterdam. This means a lot of front-end stuff, but also database management (H2 mostly, fun!) and project management.
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In Web design, as one of the seemingly few markets that is actually growing, job opening postings are common. They're not all equally convincing, though. In fact, most of them are unpleasant, uninviting and sometimes bordering on hostile. Some, however, are great, and give you an honest and pleasant sense of what it's like to work at the studio in question, and, in the best cases, what makes a good designer.
By looking at some good and some bad lists of job requirements, I'll explore some of their strengths and weaknesses and try to pinpoint what makes the best lists inviting and honest introductions. Read more...