#120950

Visual / Graphic Designer

Location:
New York, NY
Job Terms:
Temporary
Salary:
Up to 46.20/hr. DOE
posted by:
Ryan Stipes
Date:
07/25/2017

Job Description:

 

Up-to-date portfolio of relevant work ( Minimum 3+ examples of digital illustrative work ) 

Position Overview 

The Sales Mastery Creative department is in charge of the overall look and feel of Sales Mastery. This includes every aspect of visual direction, primarily UX and UI design, illustration and photo treatment.

As a member of the Sales Mastery team, you will be critical to helping our Sales teams succeed. You will work as part of your team to deliver world-class product training in a creative and exciting way. You will work closely with the other creatives to develop the ongoing visual language and graphic production of the Sales Mastery brand. 

 

Top 3 Daily Responsibilities: 

Collaborate with the Creative Lead and graphic designers to create interface updates, character designs, illustrations, iconography, and photographic manipulation. 

Quickly learn, understand and adapt to the Google material design guidelines 

Comfortably apply design best practice alongside demonstrating advanced skill in illustration and character design 

 

Overall Responsibilities 

Communicate openly and frequently with Instructional Designers, Curriculum Managers and the Creative team. 

Provide ongoing graphic support and advice across teams wherever necessary 

Work within the LMS structure & communicate confidently with developers. 

Work seamlessly with international team, with full availability for video conferencing and ability to adapt to time zone restraints 

 

Required Skills 

BA / BFA in Visual Design or related field (Illustration, Animation, Visual Arts, etc), or equivalent practical experience. 

3 years working experience in the creative field, eg. company branding, studio, freelance etc.

Expert ability in Adobe Illustrator & Adobe Photoshop, or equivalent 

Some experience with video/animation editing software 

Ability to show personal illustrative style, creative process, and character/mascot design 

 

Nice to Have: 

Extensive digital illustrative experience, with particular ability to adapt to an existing style 

Extensive user experience work, eg. websites, games, apps