Do you live and breath HTML and CSS? Have you started referring to HTML5 as simply HTML? Do you spend your nights wondering whether we’ll ever really know if Madlib forms are really better at conversion? Do you care deeply about making the world a better place?
If you answered "yes" to these, The Texas Tribune needs you. We’re busy making sure that Texans are better informed and more likely to participate in society by covering politics and policy with vigor. Our reporters are writing all the time, and the tech team helps them do their job by building interactive explorers for state data. From one-off maps showing the geospatial impact of a piece of news to our huge undertakings like the recently launched Public Schools Explorer application, we use our technical skills to help fuel the conversation. We’re looking to round out our team of programmers with a web designer who’s comfortable in HTML, CSS, and his or her favorite text editor — You do have a favorite text editor, right?
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To apply, please send us your resume and a cover letter, and point us to samples of your work. Please e-mail your materials, or any questions about the role, to email@example.com.