Archive for October 27th, 2009

Babbage Clocktower

Babbage Clocktower

Join us today at 2pm at Piermont Landing for a VERY unusual Designing Worlds show!

We will be in New Babbage to inspect some of the fascinating new engineering works deep beneath this most steampunk of cities and – as the people of Babbage say – What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

For we won’t be deterred by the fact that there are all sorts of strange legends and rumours about the oldest parts of the city … nor will we be put off by the fact fact that this is, actually, our closest show to Halloween.

New Babbage

New Babbage

No, we will be having a nice, calm, peaceful show.


Well, at all events, it will be a show unlike any other Designing Worlds, that we can promise you!

And, to mark this special Halloween edition, we have a special Viewing Party. We won’t be gathering in the studio today, but at a beautiful location in New Babbage – at Piermont Landing in Wheatstone Waterways, where Miss Breezy Carter will be hosting the unique viewing party.

And, of course, as usual, there are gifts for everyone who attends the show!

The show starts at 2pm SLT, but you should be at our viewing party by 1.30pm to make sure of getting a seat.  Or you can watch on the Treet live stream.


Photographs by Mr PJ Trenton

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Magazine display

Magazine display

Prim Perfect is looking for a Graphic Designer to join an amazing team!

This is a rare opportunity to work with one of the most highly regarded and fastest growing media groups within Second Life. Prim Perfect Publications consists of three distinct productions: Prim Perfect magazine (Second Life’s premier home and gardens magazine), Designing Worlds (the Treet TV show for design and designers in virtual worlds), and The Primgraph (Second Life vintage and steampunk magazine).

We wish to hire an energetic, enthusiastic, and proactive individual who can be part of the team responsible for designing and laying out Prim Perfect to create new editions of this stunning magazine, which is scheduled to appear every six weeks.

The successful candidate will have attitude, aptitude, and appetite. A proven ability to meet deadlines is essential.

You will be a creative person with a flair for magazine design. You will have the flexibility to work with different writers and photographers, and the organisation skills to work to a set schedule.

You will work both independently and with the various production and editorial teams, so good communication skills are a must.

Job responsibilities include: laying out the magazine using an high-end DTP package*; assigning photographers to stories; taking the odd photograph yourself when needed; assigning different level of advertising space throughout the magazine and integrating it within the layout.

* we would strongly prefer the successful candidate to use Adobe InDesign.

Knowledge of DTP and Photoshop are essentials, as is experience in RL print and/or online rich content design. A passion for virtual world design would be an advantage.

Applicants should have at least six months experience in Second Life. Applicants should have real life experience of the design process and key issues affecting designers.

Payment will be on a profit share basis.

Applicants should apply in writing to primperfect@gmail.com, giving:
Avatar Name:
Rezz Date:
Employment experience in Second Life:
Any real life experience you believe may be relevant:
Why you believe you are a suitable candidate for this position:
The names and contact details of two SL references:

CLOSING DATE: November 7th. Successful applicants will be asked to complete a design task and to attend an interview.

For more information about Prime Perfect Publications see:

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