What’s a typical day at the Noise office? Well besides designing things, there’s usually some spirited lunch conversations, incessant snacking, internal reviews and critiques, and whatever surprises the day might bring. Our office layout is as open as our communication. We value collaboration, attention to detail and new ideas. To work here, you must be able to multi-task as well as communicate clearly—to both team members and clients. We play often and use our dogs for distraction. Interested?
We are currently looking for a summer intern and are always looking for talented freelancers.
—Dava Guthmiller, Founder/CCO
Do I love how this person thinks? Do they fit in with our culture?
It’s best to like and respect the humans you spend your days with.
We’re always on the hunt for outstanding freelancers to help us accommodate the ebb and flow in our workload.
Freelance needs include:
We are looking to work with folks that demonstrate the following qualities:
If you’re interested in being considered for our approved list of contract freelancers, please email email@example.com with the subject line “Freelance Work.” Please include your resume, portfolio (URL or PDF), and indicate which areas of expertise you’d like to be considered for.
What we’re looking for
Are you ready to take your design skills for a test drive? We welcome diligent, enthusiastic designers with a keen eye for detail and a “can do” attitude. Our internships last 3-6 months. We love it when people are here full-time but know that part-time is necessary for some.
What you’ll be doing
Interns work on everything from concept to production (ok, a lot of production), including tasks such as research, preparing presentations and mock ups, and rolling out existing brand elements for both client and internal projects. We want to be sure interns learn a lot while they’re with us, and when they are really awesome and nail the details, we like to keep them as junior designers.
Read about Sarah Ching’s internship experience on our blog.
We’re currently interviewing for Winter/Spring interns, so please send your resume, portfolio (URL or PDF), and a brief intro sharing why you’d like to work with us to firstname.lastname@example.org. We also accept international interns, as well as work with school programs to provide class credits.