User Interface Designer (Digital Interactive Experiences)

We’re looking for someone who would like to do a mid-career switch to multimedia, web or interaction design. You will be involved in all visual aspects of the company’s projects and branding, and will be expected to create visuals and/or work with freelancers, provide direction and consistency for branding, and bring our projects to the next level with strong design. We assess candidates based on their range and experience, but also attitude, stretch potential, and openness to learning. If you are comfortable working independently in a small team and enjoy creating artwork for various projects, we’d love to hear from you!

Read full job description at MyCareersFuture.

Freelance Web Developers (Project Basis)

Tusitala is looking for freelance web developers, ideally from Singapore. We hope to build a network of 4-5 reliable web developers willing to work with the team at Tusitala on various web-based projects on a project basis. Our projects are developed using immersive technologies and the developer gets to develop something with a passion for building experiences, not just static interfaces working with creatives such as writers and illustrators, and usually take three to five months. We are looking for someone who won’t settle for rollovers and a few fadeIn/fadeOuts.



We are always on the look out for capable, committed and creative interns in the following areas:

  • Editorial, research and arts management
  • Design, illustration or animation
  • Web development

Full- or -part-time internship positions are available on a rolling basis, usually capped at 1 person for each of the three areas above. We prefer for interns to commit to at least 3 months with us, and for a maximum of 6.

Drop us a message at hr@tusitalabooks.com with a short message about what you are interested in, and attach your CV and portfolio.



Tusitala is a digital storytelling studio that reimagines the future of reading where tech meets art. We publish eBooks, produce and transmedia stories, and introduce storytellers to different technologies. We use our expertise in technology, UI, UX and design to transcend the traditional boundaries of print and digital.

Tusitala started in 2010 and is based in Singapore. It means “teller of tales” in Samoan. It was the nickname given to author Robert Louis Stevenson by the locals of Samoa, where he spent the last years of his life telling stories. Our work embodies the essence of a storyteller: using different mediums and techniques to deliver a powerful message to audiences.

Our logo is a kitsune, an enchanted nine-tailed fox that casts spells of illusion and designs rich worlds that the others see, feel and perceive as real. Inspired by its intelligence, mischievousness, and shape-shifting abilities, Tusitala’s values are knowledge, creative rebellion, and versatility.

With a transmedia mindset, you don’t have to choose between print and digital.


We’re happiest when we’re working on projects that allow us to be creative and experimental. And, we think, our best work is yet to be done.

Curious about what we’ve worked on?

When creating for digital, technology should augment – not distract from – content.



Local stories, global reach. Ebooks are a great way to get your stories published and distributed across the world.

Check out our ebook publishing packages to kickstart your digital publishing journey!

eBook Packages


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Revenue Model *Revenue sharing *Revenue sharing *Revenue sharing
File Required ^Up to 200-page PDF ^Up to 200-page PDF ^Up to 300-page PDF
Distribution Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Apple Books, Google Play Books, & E-Sentral Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Apple Books, Google Play Books, & E-Sentral Amazon Kindle, Kobo, Apple Books, Google Play Books, & E-Sentral
eBook Cover 1 Cover design proposed Up to 2 Cover designs proposed
Website 1 Website design proposed featuring author & book 1 Website design proposed featuring author, book and blog
Showcase Listed on Tusitala's website Listed on Tusitala's website Listed on Tusitala's website
Marketing via Tusitala Blog
Marketing via Twitter
Marketing via Facebook/Instagram
* Royalties go to ebook stores, and the balance revenue is shared between you and us 30%, 70%. ^ PDF file to be in the printed book’s size and/or no larger than A4 size.

Technology has changed the conversation between the story and the audience


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