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JOB: Eyebeam designer and developer for website redesign

Eyebeam is looking for a designer and developer to support our website redesign. Please see what we are looking for below:


As Eyebeam embarks on its digital-first initiative, having shed our physical space and working mostly remotely, we seek innovative designers and developers who know about Eyebeam’s voice, audience, history, and ethics-driven values to work with us towards creating this new digital home.


Specifically, we are looking for a designer, a developer, or a studio that does design, development, or both.


Design Specifications

  • Visual design expert to help us craft our user experience, including:

    • Knowledge of or willingness to learn accessible design.

    • Has a portfolio demonstrating a clear ability to meet design specifications.

    • Has experience working directly with developers and some working knowledge of how design translates to code

    • Ability to provide a design document/guide with measurements that translate to HTML/CSS

    • Deliver a mobile-first design, pixel-perfect to mobile, tablet, and desktop/laptop, with a full design document specifying sizing for all elements on all devices.

    • Generally, the more specific your design proposal can be, the better.

Development Specifications

We currently use Svelte.js for our front-end, drawing data from Sanity CMS. Familiarity with front-end frameworks similar to either Svelte.js or React.js and use an advanced CSS library like SCSS or Tailwind for styling.

  • A website developer/expert who is familiar or very comfortable working with our current stack:

    • Sanity Pro CMS.

    • Svelte.js/SCSS front-end.

    • Experience working with visual design specifications,

    • Comfortable communicating with non-design/technical staff.

    • Comfortable communicating with developers/technical staff.

If any or both of these opportunities sound interesting to you, please email your detailed proposal and portfolio to me at or  Nat Lemus at