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Poor Culture

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We are looking for a web designer who will be responsible for designing and creating a great responsive website for us. Primary duties include conceptualizing and implementing creative ideas for our site, as well as creating visual elements that are in line with our clients' branding. You will be working closely with our founder to ensure proper and hassle-free implementation. FYI- our current site is hosted on squarespace.

Requirements:

  • Proficiency in graphic design software including Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and other visual design tools.
  • Proficiency in front-end development web programming languages such as HTML and CSS, JQuery, and JavaScript.
  • Good understanding of content management systems.
  • Good understanding of search engine optimization principles.
  • Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues.
  • Excellent visual design skills.
  • Up-to-date experience with international web protocols, standards, and technologies.
  • Creative and open to new ideas.
  • Adaptable and willing to learn new techniques.
  • Excellent communication skills.

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About Poor Culture

Location:

401 Justison Street, #517, Wilmington, DE 19801, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide free DNA testing for Black people.

Description

Figur8tion is dedicated to offering free at-home DNA testing and genealogy services to Black people-descendants of the American slaves. We will offer curated records and tools that aid the Black community in locating ourselves in the narratives of the past while helping to define and heal our future, starting with DNA.

Genealogy is not one-size-fits-all. Before 1787 Black people we were considered property, and our names were changed to agree with our slave owners. Post-1787, we were considered only 3/5 a person and improperly documented in census records. Searches for accurate Black ancestry takes a lot of money and or an extreme amount of time.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Race & Ethnicity

WHEN

Mon Jan 10, 2022 - Mon Feb 07, 2022

WHERE

This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.

SKILLS

  • Website Programming
  • Web Design
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Web Design / UX
  • Mobile Programming
  • Graphic Design

GOOD FOR

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REQUIREMENTS

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