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The city is hiring a contract UX designer for its new website

Philadelphia city government is seeking its first User Experience Design Fellow.

Philadelphia City Hall. (Photo via Wikimedia Commons)

Following a tumultuous transition process inside Jim Kenney’s City Hall, the new Office of Open Data and Digital Transformation recently announced the opening of its first User Experience (UX) Design Fellowship.
If you’re a UX professional with three to five years of experience, the city wants to hire you to help with the development of the city’s new website. This four- to six-month position kicks off next month, and is open to both freelancers and companies. The maximum budget for this position is $32,000.
“Help us move from alpha to beta to launch,” the fellowship description reads. “Make meaningful impact in Philadelphia.”
The deadline to apply is June 23 (that’s Thursday, so hurry).

Companies: City of Philadelphia

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