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Web Designer / Developer Intern

Position Summary:

Speck Products is looking for an enthusiastic Graphic Design/Web Development student or recent graduate for a paid, 3-6 month spring internship opportunity. The position would support the Marketing department in all areas of keeping an eCommerce website running smoothly: web assets, email marketing, product setup, merchandising, inventory, testing, and strategy.

We think you're great, but if you're a full-stack developer or an expert at API's - this may not be the position for you.  

Recent Grads and Students that can commit to 40 hours per week are encouraged to apply. This is a paid opportunity.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Programming web assets such as hero banners, landing pages, and product features for both domestic and international regions
  • Creating assets for promotions and campaigns
  • Assist in designing and building marketing emails
  • Assist in creating and modifying video assets for distribution to global resources
  • Setting new products up for display on our eCommerce site
  • Supporting the merchandising of products and sustaining sufficient inventory
  • Website content updates

Position Requirements:


  • Eye for design (enthusiasm for visual presentation)
  • Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop (Adobe Illustrator skills a plus)
  • Familiarity with video/audio editing, especially with Adobe Premiere nice but not required


  • Proficiency in HTML/CSS generated by hand
  • (familiarity with jQuery, responsive design a plus)
  • Familiarity with directory structures (experience in UNIX a plus)
  • Familiarity with Wordpress and Wordpress development nice but not required
  • Familiarity with Google Analytics nice but not required


  • 0 to 2 years of work experience programming HTML/CSS with a knowledge of responsive design
  • A Bachelor's degree in Communications, Graphic Design desired – also open to Art and/or related disciplines.
  • Detail oriented (must sweat the small stuff!)
  • Must care about User Experience and always be thinking in terms of how the user interacts/interprets what is on screen
  • Must be able to take direction and execute based on that direction
  • Must be curious and always ask questions of people and things
  • Must always check your work/QA!
  • Exceptional time management and organizational skills with the ability to shift gears quickly and wear multiple hats.
  • Flexibility, patience and self-initiative required
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Excel


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