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Lunch, Learn and Interview for Artefact with Dave Miller

 

Artefact is a Seattle based design and innovation firm that uses strategy, human-centered design, and technology to advance meaningful change. Offering a world class team comprised of researchers, strategists, interaction designers, visual designers, industrial designers and software engineers, Artefact concentrates its collective talent on ‘design for technology’ with an emphasis on emerging tech and the social impact space. For more information on Artefact please visit their site here:https://www.artefactgroup.com/

Join Artefact’s Principal Recruiter and Community Ambassador, Dave Miller, for a lunch and learn session with the students, along with 15 minute speed interviews to get portfolio feedback. Get an inside look at what the company is up to and where it’s heading. There is limited space and only 10 selected students will get a chance to sit for the interviews. Interested students can send their resumes, cover letters and portfolio links to Dave miller at davemiller@artefactgroup.com. Artefact is currently recruiting Interns and Apprentices in the UX, ID, Research and Engineering categories along with entry level UX roles for recent or soon to be graduates.

When:
Tuesday, February 7th, 2017
11:45AM – 12:45PM: Presentation, Q+A, Pizza and refreshments
1PM-3:30PM: 15 Minute 1:1 Speed interviews and Portfolio feedback sessions

Where: Studio 603, 66 5th Ave, New York NY, 10011
For more information on Artefact please visit their site here: https://www.artefactgroup.com/

 

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