Urgently Needed: Experienced and Creative UI Designer for New Activism App

| July 20, 2016 | Leave a Comment

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The new FightBackWisely app is urgently in need of a UI Designer and a coder, who can help push the app forward.

The FightBackWisely app is an innovative app that will make it easier, faster, and more rewarding to recruit and organize the critical mass necessary– exponentially many times larger numbers of citizens than ever before– to participate in conventional one to one and social media organizing or direct action (civil disobedience).

The current US party conventions are demonstrating the immense discontent the public has for ‘business as usual’.  The FightBackWisely app can help organize this energy into effective campaigns for change. FightBackWisely is looking for two experienced, creative, and activist-hearted people who can help push the app forward during this time.

Most urgently, FightBackWisely needs a UI Designer who will create and revise design comps for the new app, which will be used in proposals to several progressive funders. For both positions, part time and short term commitments are alright.

Further details are below, and for more information email DavidvGoliath [at] gmail [dot] com


COMPENSATION: First Right of Refusal for decent pay/cofounder role when funded (likely) $50-75/hr, plus minimal pay (negotiable) for the initial comps (3-4 nights or one weekend), estimating a total of 10-14 comps.

LOCATION: Flexible

START DATE: ASAP

TO APPLY: email DavidvGoliath [at] gmail [dot] com, and:

1) Describe your track-record as an activist—volunteer work you’ve done, apps you’ve done relevant to social justice or saving the planet, or do your best to explain why you now want to use your talents in this way.

2) Include one or two samples of consumer apps (web based or native)

3) Attach resume and include phone and city in your signature

4) Put in subject line: UI Designer can start now/SVA

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