YD is looking for a Senior Editor!

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Why be just a spectator when you can be a part of the movement? As we journey from strength to strength as one of the world’s foremost websites covering Innovative, Inspirational Industrial Design, we’re looking to expand the Yanko Design family.

Have an eye for design and a way with words? Come join the YD Team as our new Senior Editor!
We’re looking for a writer/editor who can decode and discuss design. It’s important that you have a background in designing as well as a penchant for writing too! Your words will help guide designers as well as non-designers understand design better, and appreciate it with greater perception. Your writing will help broaden horizons and widen minds!

Responsibilities
  • Our Senior Editor will curate content and compose articles discussing and dissecting design. We love people who can speak freely about what they think is good design, draw parallels between design works, and spot design trends. Your articles will aim to inspire both designers and non-designers to learn about and appreciate relevant, innovative work.
  • The editor will also be required to prepare/edit images pertaining to the article.
  • As a Senior Editor, you may be required to attend national/international design awards, festivals, and exhibitions to represent Yanko Design.
Required Skills/Experience
  • Background in or an interest for Industrial Design, Technology, and Transportation Design.
    (Also being a reader of Yanko Design would go a long way!)
  • At least 2 years of experience in writing (online and/or offline).
  • Proficiency in US English. International applicants are welcome.
  • Photo Editing Skills (Adobe Photoshop and or similar).
  • Knowledge and familiarity with online publishing tools (WordPress) and basic HTML.
  • Familiarity with Social Media Tools.
  • A Desktop or Laptop with the aforementioned software and a stable internet connection.
    (This is a remote position. International applicants are welcome.)
How To Apply

Send in your Resume/CV to resumes@yankodesign.com along with 2 samples of your written work that would be relevant to Yanko Design.

(Have any other questions? Contact us here!)

YD is looking for a Senior Editor!

hiring_4

Why be just a spectator when you can be a part of the movement? As we journey from strength to strength as one of the world’s foremost websites covering Innovative, Inspirational Industrial Design, we’re looking to expand the Yanko Design family.

Have an eye for design and a way with words? Come join the YD Team as our new Senior Editor!
We’re looking for a writer/editor who can decode and discuss design. It’s important that you have a background in designing as well as a penchant for writing too! Your words will help guide designers as well as non-designers understand design better, and appreciate it with greater perception. Your writing will help broaden horizons and widen minds!

Responsibilities
  • Our Senior Editor will curate content and compose articles discussing and dissecting design. We love people who can speak freely about what they think is good design, draw parallels between design works, and spot design trends. Your articles will aim to inspire both designers and non-designers to learn about and appreciate relevant, innovative work.
  • The editor will also be required to prepare/edit images pertaining to the article.
  • As a Senior Editor, you may be required to attend national/international design awards, festivals, and exhibitions to represent Yanko Design.
Required Skills/Experience
  • Background in or an interest for Industrial Design, Technology, and Transportation Design.
    (Also being a reader of Yanko Design would go a long way!)
  • At least 2 years of experience in writing (online and/or offline).
  • Proficiency in US English. International applicants are welcome.
  • Photo Editing Skills (Adobe Photoshop and or similar).
  • Knowledge and familiarity with online publishing tools (WordPress) and basic HTML.
  • Familiarity with Social Media Tools.
  • A Desktop or Laptop with the aforementioned software and a stable internet connection.
    (This is a remote position. International applicants are welcome.)
How To Apply

Send in your Resume/CV to resumes@yankodesign.com along with 2 samples of your written work that would be relevant to Yanko Design.

(Have any other questions? Contact us here!)

This Futuristic Jaguar Ditches Car-keys

Jaguar’s future combines autonomy with a driver-based approach to give you the Jaguar Future-Type. Their vision, much like their contemporaries, is of a future where cars are shared (like MINI’s Vision Next 100)… except in Jaguar’s iteration of the future your key to the car is a personalized steering wheel. Jaguar says that the steering wheel (code-named Sayer after Malcolm Sayer, the designer of the Jag E-Type) will be your lifeline to the car. It stays with you all the time and comes with Artificial Intelligence. When detached from the Jaguar, it allows you to summon a car for yourself. The Jag’s autonomous driving mode ensures it reaches your doorstep safely just before you board the vehicle. Simply dock the Sayer in its place and you can either use it to drive the car, or to access ride-based information or even entertainment while the car drives itself. The Sayer becomes the only part of the car you truly own, whereas the car itself becomes available to everyone who possesses their own Sayer… which in my opinion is a whole lot more secure than a bunch of keys (and easier to find too)!

Designer: Jaguar

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This Futuristic Jaguar Ditches Car-keys

Jaguar’s future combines autonomy with a driver-based approach to give you the Jaguar Future-Type. Their vision, much like their contemporaries, is of a future where cars are shared (like MINI’s Vision Next 100)… except in Jaguar’s iteration of the future your key to the car is a personalized steering wheel. Jaguar says that the steering wheel (code-named Sayer after Malcolm Sayer, the designer of the Jag E-Type) will be your lifeline to the car. It stays with you all the time and comes with Artificial Intelligence. When detached from the Jaguar, it allows you to summon a car for yourself. The Jag’s autonomous driving mode ensures it reaches your doorstep safely just before you board the vehicle. Simply dock the Sayer in its place and you can either use it to drive the car, or to access ride-based information or even entertainment while the car drives itself. The Sayer becomes the only part of the car you truly own, whereas the car itself becomes available to everyone who possesses their own Sayer… which in my opinion is a whole lot more secure than a bunch of keys (and easier to find too)!

Designer: Jaguar

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This Futuristic Jaguar Ditches Car-keys

Jaguar’s future combines autonomy with a driver-based approach to give you the Jaguar Future-Type. Their vision, much like their contemporaries, is of a future where cars are shared (like MINI’s Vision Next 100)… except in Jaguar’s iteration of the future your key to the car is a personalized steering wheel. Jaguar says that the steering wheel (code-named Sayer after Malcolm Sayer, the designer of the Jag E-Type) will be your lifeline to the car. It stays with you all the time and comes with Artificial Intelligence. When detached from the Jaguar, it allows you to summon a car for yourself. The Jag’s autonomous driving mode ensures it reaches your doorstep safely just before you board the vehicle. Simply dock the Sayer in its place and you can either use it to drive the car, or to access ride-based information or even entertainment while the car drives itself. The Sayer becomes the only part of the car you truly own, whereas the car itself becomes available to everyone who possesses their own Sayer… which in my opinion is a whole lot more secure than a bunch of keys (and easier to find too)!

Designer: Jaguar

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