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Wanted: Photo Editor to Go Hollywood

Ready to go west, young photo editor? Here’s your chance (and you don’t even have to leave New York). Bonnie Fuller‘s pop culture news hub Hollywood Life is looking for a photo editor to join its entertainment-obsessed team in NYC. The position includes star-studded photo research and collaborating with red carpet-ready editors, along with resizing and retouching photos in preparation for online use. The ideal candidate is a Photoshop whiz with experience using media sites, photo agencies, and stock photography. Be ready to dazzle with your creativity and multitasking skills. Our interview advice? Bone up on box office stats and starlet scandals. Click to apply for this Hollywood Life photo editor job or view the latest Mediabistro design jobs.

The Hollywood sign was erected in 1923 as an ad for the Hollywoodland housing development. The above publicity photo for the subdivision’s groundbreaking appears in Leo Braudy‘s 2011 book The Hollywood Sign.

Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Infographics (But Were Afraid to Ask)

daniel zeeviReady to respond to requests of “Show me the data!” with more than a sad little bar graph? The Mediabistro mothership is now recruiting would-be data visualizers for an online course in infographics that can “engage an audience in your brand, cause, or mission.” Guided by digital communications pro Amanda McCormick, whose resume includes projects with New York City Ballet, Bitly, and Bertlesmann, students will get up to speed with online tools (we’re looking at you Many Eyes) and develop a robust spec for a data visualization. The infographical fun starts January 20. Learn more here.

Wanted: Designer Who May Already Have Won Ten Million Dollars!

While we can’t guarantee it will make you any more likely to receive an early morning visit from the Prize Patrol (and in all likelihood employees are ineligible for company sweepstakes), we hereby alert you to the fact that Publishers Clearing House, they of the plentiful pay-by-installment magazine subscriptions and cash prize promises, is looking for an interactive web designer to join its Port Washington, New York office. The winning candidates’ responsibilities will include planning, designing, executing, maintaining mobile and web-based material, emails, and interactive experiences (many of them probably depicting giant piles of cash!). And don’t forget to ask in advance to be paid by direct desposit rather than in giant novelty checks.

Learn more about and apply for this Interactive Web Designer, Publishers Clearing House job or view all the current mediabistro.com design/art/photo jobs.

In Which We Seek Your Design News

If we’ve heard it once, we’ve heard it a thousand times: “I could tell you this Big Design News, but then I’d have to kill you.” Now you can give us the scoop and skip the messy task of plotting murder, thanks to our handy “Anonymous Tips” box nestled in the menu bar at right, below the search box. Simply type in your news—design happenings, movements of the Revolving Door, scandalous revelations, a designer’s hidden talent, or any newsy, design-y morsel—and click “Send.” And for those not inclined to clandestine tipping, we’re still just an e-mail away.

Illustration for Fun and Profit

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Take your drawings from the page to publication with the help of Mediabistro’s short course on publishing your illustrations and cartoons. Writer and illustrator Jessica Olien will guide you through the markets for your illustrated work, from approaching online and print publications with ideas to preparing a picture book dummy for submission to an agent or editor (Olien’s own picture book, Shark Detective, attacks next fall from HarperCollins/Balzer+Bray). By Christmas, you’ll have brainstormed ideas for illustrated work and come up with a list of places to submit.You’ll also have a list of resources to turn to whenever you come up with new ideas. The online learning fun starts tomorrow night, so sharpen your Prismacolors and register now.

Learn Infographics and Party Like a Chart Star

daniel zeeviReady to respond to requests of “Show me the data!” with more than a sad little bar graph? The Mediabistro mothership is now recruiting would-be data visualizers for an online course in infographics that can “engage an audience in your brand, cause, or mission.” Guided by tech-meets-branding whiz Amanda McCormick, whose resume includes work with organizations such as New York City Ballet, Bitly, and SocialFlow, students will get up to speed with online tools (we’re looking at you Many Eyes) and develop a robust spec for a data visualization. The infographical fun starts Tuesday, January 20. Learn more here.

Cooper Hewitt Seeks Nominations for 2015 National Design Awards

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The soon-to-reopen Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum has opened the floodgates, seeking nominations for the 16th annual National Design Awards, honoring excellence, innovation, and lasting achievement in American design. For just a short while, until Monday, December 8, you can hoist up your nominee picks in ten categories: Lifetime Achievement, Design Mind, Corporate & Institutional Achievement, Architecture Design, Communication Design, Fashion Design, Interaction Design, Interior Design, Landscape Architecture, and Product Design. Nominate away!

Wanted: Designer to Pick Up the Pace (University)

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Put your design skills to scholarly uses at Pace University, which is looking to add a junior-level graphic design/communications specialist to the communications team responsible for all of the university’s marketing materials: think banners, fliers, brochures, invitations, fact sheets, ads, and presentations. Among the required school supplies: Photoshop and InDesign prowess, an understanding of visual storytelling, and strong writing, grammar, and proofreading skills.

Learn more about and apply for this graphic design/communications specialist, Pace University job or view all the current mediabistro.com design/art/photo jobs.

UnBeige Holiday Gift Guide: Call for Ideas

present.gifWhat do you get the designer or design buff who has everything? No, really, what do you get them? We’re asking because we’ve decided to assemble the first ever UnBeige Holiday Gift Guide, a round-up of design-minded gift ideas—or just plain nifty things. So what are you giving or hoping to get this Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and/or Voodoo Day? Let us know by e-mailing your ideas to unbeige AT mediabistro.com with “gift guide” in the subject line. You’ve got until December 5, at which point we’ll be making our list, checking it twice—oh, you get the picture.

Put the ‘Fun’ in ‘HTML Fundamentals’

Admit it. Your seven-year-old nephew could out-HTML tag you any day and you think that a Cascading Style Sheet is something with a thread count. That’s where the Mediabistro mothership comes in. They’ve asked us to tell you about the upcoming online course in HTML Basics that kicks off just in time for you to brag at Thanksgiving that you’re “getting into coding.” Over two fun-filled sessions, web designer (and illustrator) Laura Galbraith will guide you through a variety of web page production techniques, from column-based layouts and search engine optimization to a glimpse toward a future of semantic markup and advanced CSS styles. The online learning fun begins November 24. Preview the syllabus and register here.

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