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Looking for a New Web Designer

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Job Announcement 

POSITION: Web Designer

STARTING: February, 2011

REMUNERATION: Commensurate with experience 

 

BACKGROUND

Asia Report (AR:http://yazhoudiaocha.com) is a Chinese-English website on current developments in economic, social, cultural rights in Asia published by Asia Catalyst, a capacity-building NGO. HIV Information in Myanmar (HIM: http://him.civiblog.org) is a civiblog run by Burmese activists on HIV/AIDS and related human rights issues in Burma. Editors of AR and HIM are embarking on the merging of the two websites into one platform in three languages (Burmese, Chinese and English) (new name to be determined).

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

The Website Designer will be responsible for creating and developing a new website with the assistance of web editors of HIM and AR. He or she functions as design lead working to provide web design and development services.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

1.        Research design ideas to develop the best creative approach and concepts for style, technique, and production methods; provide outlines for a few possible design ideas and proposals for review by HIM, AR and Asia Catalyst.

2.        Execute chosen design and organize the new interactive online platform; identify a new internet server, if necessary; work closely with web editors of HIM and AR to ensure the quality of design, format, usability, accessibility and organic search engine optimization.

3.        Assist and ensure successful data migration from old websites to the new; incorporate text, graphics, multimedia, and data resources from the old HIM and AR websites into the new site as needed.

4.        Ensure compliance with web standards, and translate strategic initiatives and vision into workable technical solutions.

5.        Responsible for creating linkages with other main websites and social media (FaceBook, Twitter, etc.,) and assist in setting up the e-mail list-serv in three languages.

 

REQUIREMENTS

1.        Must possess digital media design experience, preferably focused on web and multimedia design.

2.        All applicants must have HTML/XHTML and CSS skills. Preference will be given to candidates with additional experience in PHP, Flash/ActionScript, and JavaScript frameworks. Experience creating interactive media for instructional use is a plus. Applications should have experience in different Content Management Systems--preferably including Movable Type (http://www.movabletype.org/).

3.        All applicants must be competent in industry-standard graphics and multimedia applications including Photoshop, ImageReady and Firework.

4.        Must understand web graphics approaches and techniques, including color palettes, file format choices, cross-platform/cross-browser development, accessibility and web standards.

5.    Must have an understanding of the basic approaches to interactive media design including user-centered design, needs assessment, information architecture, developing design studies and bug testing.

6.    Familiarity with digital video/audio applications such as Premiere or Final Cut Pro is a plus.

7.    Familiarity with either Burmese or Chinese language is a plus, but is not required.

8.    Applicants must have good communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to take direction, meet deadlines and participate in the project team process.

 

Please email your resume, design sample, and names and contact information to:

yzdc@asiacatalyst.org

 

Application materials must be submitted by Sunday, January 30, 2011. We will only respond to completed applications and will contact those we are interested in to arrange interviews.

 


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UNAIDS says epidemic now being reversed

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Phnom Penh Post


Thomas Miller

The global AIDS epidemic is now being reversed, according to the 2010 Global Report of UNAIDS released on Tuesday, though challenges remain.


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28 October 2010 (Geneva, Switzerland) - A report issued today by the International AIDS Society, Universal Access: Right Here, Right Now  documents the principal debates around universal access during the XVIII International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2010). The report also takes stock of progress to date and reveals the scale of the future challenge for HIV treatment and prevention at a time when new infections are outstripping those receiving treatment by five to two.

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Roger Pebody  -  AIDSMAP


Scientists, lawyers and advocates have been able to reduce unwarranted prosecutions of HIV exposure and transmission in three European jurisdictions by employing three distinct approaches, Robert James told the 18th International AIDS Conference in Vienna.

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Roger Pebody - AIDSMAP


在维也纳举行的第18届国际艾滋病大会上,Robert James介绍说,有三个来自欧洲国家的科学家、律师和艾滋活动家,他们通过三种截然不同的手段,有效地阻止了一些针对涉嫌传播艾滋病的个案被不必要的提起刑事起诉。

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Key Topics 关键话题

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There were dozens of sessions and over 20,000 people at the 2010 International AIDS Conference, whose theme was "Rights Here, Rights Now". We can't bring it all to you, but here's a roundup of the highlights:

2010年的国际艾滋病大会,共有20,000人参加,召开了多场会议。本次会议的主题是 "我们的权利,就在此时此地"。在此,我们不能将会议的全部呈现给各位,但将为各位呈上本次会议亮点的综述。

 


 

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