Part Time Job
POSITION: Graphic Designer
We're looking for a graphic designer to create vector-based mockups of computer user interfaces for use in a film told entirely through computer screens called ''SEARCH.'' This will include both creating replicas of existing software/websites and designing new fictional interfaces. We want someone versatile with a range of experience, who would be equally comfortable mimicking the look of a 90s Windows XP desktop, and designing a modern news or video chat website. This is a chance to work with many types of design in one project.
Animation experience is a plus but not necessary, since many of the designs will feature moving elements like loading bars and animated notifications, and the graphic artist should be able to handle these moving parts.
No programming is needed as none of the pages need to be functional outside of their context in the film. We only need photoshop/illustrator files and the occasional after effects project.
Software Skills Needed
Adobe CS: Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects
Expected work period
November 14 - December 2nd
3 weeks, with potential to increase after that
$1000/ week, 3 week gig
About the film
SEARCH is about a desperate father who tries to find his missing daughter by hunting for clues on her laptop computer.
Sev Ohanian, producer (FRUITVALE STATION) co-wrote the script with his writing partner Aneesh Chaganty who is directing. Aneesh hails from Google where he's been directing their global commercial campaigns (including spots that have been airing during the 2016 Olympics) for the past two years. SEARCH will be his first feature. He directed an incredible 2 minute Google spot titled SEEDS which actually landed him the Google job.
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