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Digital Humanities Initiative

The CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative (CUNY DHI), launched in Fall 2010, aims to build connections and community among those at CUNY who are applying digital technologies to scholarship and pedagogy in the humanities. All are welcome: faculty, students, and technologists, experienced practitioners and beginning DHers, enthusiasts and skeptics.

We meet regularly on- and offline to explore key topics in the Digital Humanities, and share our work, questions, and concerns. See our blog for more information on upcoming events (it’s also where we present our group’s work to a wider audience). Help edit the CUNY Digital Humanities Resource Guide, our first group project. And, of course, join the conversation on the Forum.

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Fwd: [DHSI] JOB: Digital Scholarship Web Designer

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    From: Joe Bauer <>
    Date: Mon, Sep 11, 2023 at 9:48 AM
    Subject: [DHSI] JOB: Digital Scholarship Web Designer
    To: <>

    Greetings Colleagues!
    At University of Michigan we are looking for a web designer who will will
    work with our Digital Scholarship Studio
    projects that address some of the moment’s pressing societal challenges and
    are implemented with a design methodology that is human centered and based
    on core values like those of consent, collaboration and care, antiracism,
    and accessibility. Is that you? Do you know someone who might be


    Apply here: *Web Designer Intermediate*


    You will join us in a new 3 year term limited, full time position to help
    our team of UI/UX designers, developers, librarians, and research
    consultants, to produce websites and digital content for our faculty and
    researchers. This position works closely with faculty, researchers and
    staff in the humanities, arts, and qualitative social sciences to plan,
    design, and coordinate new websites and digital media. These Digital
    Scholarship projects have global visibility as our faculty and researchers
    share their work within their disciplines and with the public.

    You will work with our Digital Scholarship Studio
    its related services, on projects that address some of the moment’s
    pressing societal challenges and are implemented with a design methodology
    that is human centered and based on core values like those of consent,
    collaboration and care, antiracism, and accessibility.

    You’ll highlight your skills by communicating and working with faculty to
    build innovative web solutions. You’ll come up with design elements and
    collaborate with your teammates to create the best websites to showcase
    research and other work.

    *ABOUT YOU *

    You have experience and abilities in artistic and graphic design. You have
    built websites and have set color palettes, fonts, and design elements.
    You have created digital assets for websites, web applications, and print

    You love to work with others to develop plans and ideas and turn them into
    a new site. You like to listen to what’s important to others to inform
    your work and turn that into a brilliant design while maintaining and
    meeting the digital standards of our team and the university.

    You have a record of success in working with and developing positive
    relationships with diverse people and teams. You enjoy problem solving,
    taking initiative and possess effective communication skills.

    Required Qualifications*

    – Bachelor’s degree in Information Science, Information Technology, User
    Experience, Arts, or 5 years of equivalent work experience.
    – Familiarity with web programming and scripting languages, including
    HTML and CSS
    – Experience with visual design processes like defining color palettes,
    selecting fonts, creating digital visual assets.
    – We work with WordPress, Omeka, and Adobe Creative Suite; You would
    come to us with experience with some sort of web platforms like those or
    – Strong interpersonal skills. Position requires working closely with
    faculty and staff.
    – Strong organizational and time management skills including the ability
    to meet deadlines and coordinate projects.
    – Proven ability to meet deadlines and communicate with your team when
    issues arise.
    – Proven commitment to accessibility, disability justice, and/or DEI.
    – Knowledge/Familiarity of standard web markup languages and best
    practices (HTML/XML/CSS)

    Desired Qualifications*

    – Degree in a UX/UI and/or Arts related field
    – Experience using Figma or other design collaboration software
    – Working experience with XML
    – Experience working with the Omeka and/or WordPress platforms
    – Experience working with faculty and researchers at an institution of
    higher education
    – Interest in and aptitude for learning and applying new technologies.

    *Please Keep Reading…*

    Research shows that while men apply to jobs when they meet an average of
    60% of the criteria, women and other marginalized folks tend to only apply
    when they check every box. So if this job sounds like you, but you don’t
    necessarily meet every single point on the job description, please still
    consider applying.

    Additional Information

    Please Note: This is a three-year term-limited position.

    This position currently offers a hybrid schedule with time spent working
    from the Ann Arbor campus and some time working remotely, based on business
    and College needs. Flexible work agreements are reviewed on a yearly basis.
    To support well-being, LSA prides itself in enabling a culture that allows
    each person to thrive. As an example, we limit non-essential email to
    weekday business hours and sponsor meeting free-days and other events. LSA
    Technology Services wants each of our team members to bring your best self
    to each day and offers additional benefits and programs.

    *More About Us*

    LSA is the largest and one of the oldest of the university’s 19 schools and
    colleges, with more than 100 degree programs in over 75 academic
    departments and programs. Learn more about LSA at
    The college has a large workforce of approximately 1,200 staff, 1,500
    faculty, 1,800 graduate student appointees and research fellows, and an
    additional 2,000 temporary employees.

    As one of the world’s great liberal arts colleges, LSA pushes the
    boundaries of what is understood about the human experience and the natural
    world, and we foster the next generation of rigorous and empathetic
    thinkers, creators, and contributors to the state of Michigan, the nation,
    and the world.

    We seek to recruit and retain a diverse workforce as a reflection of our
    commitment to serve the diverse people of Michigan, fulfill our mission,
    vision, and values, and sustain the excellence of LSA.

    To learn more about the LSA Technology Services organization and services,

    To learn more about diversity, equity, and inclusion in LSA, please visit (

    To learn more about LSA?s Mission, Vision and Values, please visit

    Joe Bauer, Ph.D. (he/him/his)

    Digital Scholarship Research Consultant, LSA Technology Services

    Faculty, Digital Studies Institute (

    College of Literature, Science, and the Arts ( |
    of Michigan (

    LSA Technology Services | G155 Angell Hall | 435 S. State St. | Ann Arbor,
    MI I 48109 | 734.615.0100

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