Native Instruments has launched a major recruiting initiative that comprises both a comprehensive advertising campaign and a highly functional new online careers section.
“It’s the unique people at NI that shape our products and define what this company is all about”, comments Native Instruments’ CEO Daniel Haver. “This is why we treat recruiting with the very same dedication that we already put into our products”. The goal of this exceptional initiative is to find the very best candidates for the numerous open positions available at the company’s Berlin and Los Angeles offices, covering various departments and disciplines.
Native Instruments Dual Brains. Wanted.
The new NI recruiting campaign uses the slogan ‘Dual Brains. Wanted.’ to convey the dual nature of Native Instruments’ business. It refers to the necessity of both logical and creative skills across all positions – a key factor that enables the company to create and market their highly innovative, integrated digital music products efficiently. “Native Instruments is not only a company, but a mindset, in which creative passion and enthusiasm for music and technology meets with highly professional skills and attitudes”, Daniel Haver explains. Spearheaded by a manifesto video representing the work and design ethic of the company, the campaign also features worldwide print and online advertisements. It was created in cooperation with the leading creative agency M&C Saatchi.
Complementing the campaign, a sophisticated new ‘Career Center’ section on the NI website allows users to easily find the most relevant job opportunities. After three years of continuous major growth and now counting over 300 employees of more than 25 nationalities, Native Instruments is continually looking for talented individuals in various disciplines. There are currently over 30 open positions, with particular focus on product design, software and hardware development, and project management.
More information: Native Instruments / Career Center
, Bert Simons
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on Mar 26, 2008
Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on March 26th, 2008:
- Beamer Arduino – Scott Hansen posts a video of his friend Beamer’s Arduino Sequencer prototype.
- 3 dimensional photo-realistic paper portraits and sculptures by Bert Simons – These are papercraft sculptures made in the same way as the familiar papercraft houses and animals.
- All-Arcade Ableton Live Controller, DIY Hardware by The Prevolt – All arcade hardware, aluminum top panel by FPE, and a nice wood case courtesy of my man Michael Yates. It uses all key commands through a custom driver to handle playback, effects, editing, warping, UI, mouse clicks, scroll messages, and more.
- Advertising Vs Reality – A Product Comparison Project – Food never really looks like it does on the box it came in, does it?
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on Feb 07, 2008
Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on February 6th, 2008:
Matchbox synthesizer by ranjit. There’s a video here.
Digital Inspiration has released Adsense Sandbox 1.0, a Google Adsense Preview Tool.
Adsense Sandbox website screenshot
Type any web page URL (e.g. cnn.com) or keywords (e.g. paris hilton), select a country (optional) and hit Enter to see the latest Google Ads that are contextual and geo-targeted.
The preview will show 20 text ads, related Adlinks and Rich Text Ads (Images and Video) that will appear on your webpages for visitors in various countries.
Very handy if you’d like to see what type of ads will appear on your website. Adsense Sandbox works across all web browsers including IE, Firefox, Opera or Safari.
Check it out here.
From the West Virginia Surf Report:
Each item was purchased, taken home, and photographed immediately. Nothing was tampered with, run over by a car, or anything of the sort. It is an accurate representation in every case. Shiny, neon-orange, liquefied pump-cheese, and all.
KFC Famous Bowl – On the left what you order, on the right what you get
Not exactly WYSIWYG…
Great comparison, check here for more pics.