ideas are cheap. always be passionate about your ideas and communicate those ideas in the things you make - charles eames #psfk
Made by Many
UPDATE: This position has been filled
We’re looking for a junior to mid-weight designer, a creative geek type obsessed with the coming web and fiendish about making new things. This could be your first job or you could have a bit of experience behind you – either way, your attitude is more important than your work history.
We want someone brave, bold, talented and ready to roll with the punches. We’re *not* interested in people who want to design banner ads and out-of-the-box microsites. If you want to punch the clock and fade into the background, this job isn’t for you.
We’re looking for a designer who’s excited to be involved at any and every stage of the project, from workshops and idea creation to prototyping and high-fidelity designs. Designing at Made by Many means thinking, talking, collaborating and learning. Whilst some of your time will be spent behind a computer using Photoshop and Illustrator, a lot of it will be spent with pen and paper in hand, visualising your ideas and the services we make.
Is anyone visiting times.co.uk?* Never mind that, is anyone still buying the newspaper? Media Week reports today that in August The Times newspaper circulation fell by 1.7%, going below 500,000 for the first time and confounding News International executives’ expectations that by putting thetimes.co.uk behind a paywall they would protect print circulation.
The Times management view seems to fly in the face of common sense. Different channels promote each other and, whatever the reason for the circulation fall (The Guardian fell too, by 1.85%), making times.co.uk subscription-only won’t have helped print sales.
It’s hard to call the paywall a failure when charging for something that others give away free resembles nothing so much as suicide. So how close to death is thetimes.co.uk?
I was hunting on the web the other day for a comprehensive list of UK brands on Twitter, as part of some research. Some UK brands are included in Fluent Simplicity’s Social Brand Index, an extremely comprehensive list of brands on Twitter, but it is more US-focussed, with just a few UK brands.
Super-exciting news today as the Telegraph’s new fashion and beauty channel has gone live. One of the most beautiful sites I think we’ve ever worked on, it’s the result of a close collaboration between the Telegraph’s Digital Futures team, the fashion and beauty editorial team and Made by Many.
Two of the most exciting opportunities this project presented were to create an environment where premium brands and advertisers felt at home, and to include a new proposition: I•SPIED, the best fashion and beauty products as chosen by the Telegraph’s expertsTwo of the most exciting opportunities this project presented were to create an environment where premium brands and advertisers felt at home, and to include a new proposition: I•SPIED, the best fashion and beauty products as chosen by the Telegraph’s experts