Mightybytes is Hiring: Mid-Level Designer

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Mightybytes is hiring a mid-level web designer to round out our 3-person design team. We’re looking for someone with the creative chops to solve design problems on projects that require big-picture thinking, but who also has a strong grounding in the tools for required for creating everyday design deliverables. You’d fit in with the team here if you’re a little bit obsessed with design rules and best practices, but you’re also interested in pushing the envelope, so you’re not afraid to break them.

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Mightybytes is Hiring a Digital Project Manager

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Mightybytes is hiring

Come hang with the team at Mightybytes! We are seeking a contract-to-full-time project manager to build and nourish relationships on digital projects large and small. Become an integral part of a creative, smart and technically savvy team with a varied client base and core commitment to social good.

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Five Sustainable Web Design Trends For 2015

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The folks over at The Next Web (TNW) just published their annual roundup of web design trends we can expect to see this coming year. Of the ten trends they published, at least four of them could be considered sustainable web design practices. In putting our own list together, I have included these and one other tactic we would like to see used more frequently on websites and in web applications in 2015.

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Seven Causes Mightybytes Supported This Year

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We want to give an enormous thank you to our clients, friends and supporters for helping Mightybytes fulfill its mission of using business as a force for good in the world. Every year we dedicate a portion of our proceeds to support organizations making the world a better place. In addition to our work for Climate Ride and its beneficiaries like B Lab, Active Transportation Alliance, Climate Cycle, Alliance for the Great Lakes, and others, our team voted on seven worthwhile causes to support this year.

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Five Reasons Designers Should Transition to Sketch from Fireworks

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Fireworks to Sketch

Design pros searching for a more web-friendly product than what Adobe offers have turned to Sketch, a Mac-based app that has been around since 2008 but recently gained popularity with web designers. I started using Sketch about four months ago and have completed several projects with it. I am now a convert to this amazing program. Here’s why.

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Shared Libraries – Why Sharing Code is a Practice in Benevolence and Sustainability

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Shared libraries offer quick access to solutions for common development problems. Incorporating shared libraries vetted by the developer community makes your entire codebase easier for other developers to understand and, ultimately, more sustainable. Why do the developers at Mightybyes use shared libraries whenever we can?

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2014 Holiday Donation Drive – Children’s Home + Aid

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Children’s Home + Aid’s Metropolitan Chicago Region serves thousands of children through programs including foster care, residential treatment, youth services and early childhood education.

Help make the holiday season brighter for these children in need by donating items from the list of suggestions below. Give the gift of hope! Mightybytes will accept items at our office from December 1st through 12th.

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