The Harvard Library Innovation Lab and the Berkman Center for Internet & Society are looking for a web designer to help us build tools to explore the open Internet and define the future of libraries.

Our projects range in scope from fast-moving prototypes to long-term innovations. The best way to get a feel for what we do is by looking at some of our current efforts.

perma-in-frame, a web archiving service that is powered by libraries

h-i-f H2O, a platform for creating, sharing and adapting open course materials

a-i-f Amber, a server side plugin to keep links working on blogs and websites

What you’ll do

  • Work with our multi-disciplinary team to build elegant web tools

  • Contribute to our broad vision for the Internet, libraries, and society

  • Rely on your good design sense and user-centricity

  • Create beautiful graphics and use modern web technologies to share them

  • Have fun while producing meaningful work with fantastic folks

This is a term limited position running through Spring and Summer semesters (January-August 2015).

Find details and apply for the position by searching for 34346BR in the Harvard Recruitment Management System. If you have questions, email us directly at