Graphics Designer/Developer, 3 to 5 years, product development – Adipt Software, Bangalore

Posted on August 3, 2006. Filed under: Web Designers |

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Graphics Designer/Developer
Skills : Excellent design skills, HTML, CSS, Flash, Dreamweaver, Photoshop, wireframe
Excellent reference required : Like design for previous product developments, live sites or products
Experience : 3 to 5 years
Location : Bangalore
This is a contract job.
Job code: WEB_DES_JobMilan

About Adipt Software :
Adipt provides wide range of product development services covering Application Architecture and Development, Prototyping,Product Engineering Solutions and others. Adipt has strong technical skill set in Adipt, and our corporate culture has been “customer focus” and “product mindset” so to let our customer achieve best value from Adipt.

Adipt´s IT Services is designed to meet the bandwidth of small scale enterprises to large scale enterprise’s need to utilize technology and expertise to improve their business. Adipt has setup offshore development centers in India, customer service centres in UK, USA.
Adipt has expertise in various domains like CRM, Health Care, Financial services, Telecom sector, Social Networking, and others. We at Adipt use .Net /MS technology like .Net, C#, ASP.Net, VB.Net, IIS, MFC, VC++; and also Java/J2EE, and LAMP technologies.

For more information on Adipt, please visit http://www.Adipt.com

If interested, please send your CV to career@adipt.com, mention job code in subject line.

We at Adipt look forward to team up with innovative geeks out there.

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