Editorial Content Writer

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InVision is the leading product design and development platform for teams building world-class digital products. It’s every company’s imperative to continuously innovate and improve on their customer experience: InVision’s platform, education, and community enable creative collaboration across teams and geographies for improved speed-to-market and powerful business results.


This is a perfect opportunity for someone who wants to build a first-class writing portfolio while developing and owning a beat in the intersection of digital product design and business. The ideal candidate will be full of story ideas, see reporting as a long game, and be resourceful and in sourcing subject matter experts.

What you’ll do:

Research, report, and write 3-7 articles a week to be published on InVision’s properties.
Drive traffic to InVision’s editorial properties.
Raise the brand’s editorial profile.

What you’ll bring:

First-hand experience writing and reporting stories for the web under varying deadlines (hours, days, months) and using varying forms (short, long, journalistic, promotional)
Experience with digital product design and how digital products are built.
A strong understanding of product team challenges and how to scope out the best solutions.
A data-obsessed mind to iterate and improve.
The ability to explain highly technical, complex concepts succinctly and in a way that resonates with all product-related audiences.
3-5 years in web editor or writer roles
Experience writing about digital design or for the tech community
Solid understanding of digital storytelling
Demonstrated ability of analytical and critical thinking skills
Portfolio of work that includes development of content for data visualization and graphics
Journalism training or experience
Experience with InVision products

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Status: Open Job type: Full Time Salary: Negotiable Publish date: 07 Apr 2021 Expire in: 2 weeks

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