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Logos Bible Software is looking for Software Interaction Design Interns to be part of a professional team of software designers and developers at our headquarters in Bellingham, Washington. Individuals with a passion for designing interfaces that lead to great user experiences, a commitment to quality work, and a desire to learn will excel in our casual but fast-paced environment.
It’s all about designing cutting-edge software that helps our users be awesome. Our software interaction designers take input from users and product managers and turn them into feature specifications for developers to implement (like this). We don’t do boring work. We design award-winning software for PC, Mac, mobile, and the web that makes a positive and meaningful impact in our users’ lives.
The ideal candidate will be working on a degree in human-computer interaction, software design, information architecture, UX design, user experience, IxD, interaction design, industrial/graphic design, or related field. They will demonstrate their ability to solve software interface problems through design. They will be effective communicators, able to specify feature requirements at a high level of detail as well as articulating the principles that inform their designs.
We welcome applications for paid internships year-round. Typically summer interns join us for 12 weeks following their junior year, but we'll consider applications any quarter. We’re more impressed by passion and quality work than where you go to school.
The position is at our offices in Bellingham, Washington, 1.25 hours north of Seattle. Logos is a great place to work, and Bellingham is a great place to live. Our work environment is casual but intense, and we have a history of hiring interns who perform well.
Please visit our blog to learn about our corporate culture and the winner of our latest chili cook off.
Please submit a résumé and/or cover letter, to email@example.com. Summer internship applications should be in by March 1st each year.
If you want to stand out, show off a little. Include a link to your personal web site, or attach some designs that you’re particularly proud of. Show us something you made, and tell us why and how you made it. Make your cover letter all about why you want to work with us, not which classes you took.