Call for designer: Youth Emancipation Publication
Monday, 25 June 2012 00:00
FYEG is looking for a designer for its Youth Emancipation Publication
The publication is primarly going to be a website, where visitors get to read and download articles on a series of subtopics. Additionally efforts to secure funding for a printed version are going on.The final outcomes are to be presented at an event taking place at the European Parliament and to be disseminated within FYEG's network and beyond.
The design of the layout of this publication requires:
- Skills and creativity
- Sense for our target group (i.e. young people)
- Capacity to communicate in English (mostly through email, skype)
- Some experience in work with youth organisations is considered as an advantage.
In terms of design, we expect:
- An attention-catching website which raises interest and allows visitors to comfortably read the articles provided. The website should fit to the target's groups tastes, allow for easy implementation of social-network links and allow the editorial board to manage the release shedule of articles without superior IT knowledge.
- A logo for the publication and related campaign to raise awarness.
- Willlingness to work within a Copyleft framework. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyleft )
- Knowledge and skills relating to web content accessibility are considered an advantage.
In turn we can offer:
- Appropriate payment
- Insight into project work with young volunteers in an international editorial board
- Possible future collaboration with FYEG including opportunities to design future publications, campaign materials and gadgets, etc
- If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by the 15th of July, including
- A few lines on your motivation and previous experience
- An estimate of the expected costs
- Whether you're interested and able to follow up work on the website with layout work on the print version.