Production Designer / Artist

Job Terms:
$30-$35 an hour
Start date:
Posted By:
Lauren Wagenaar

Job Description:

This is a great opportunity for you to join a digital agency to work on leading eCommerce brands! This Production Designer will focus on updating digital banners, creating templates, designing a few icons and help with site editing. Most of this role will be completed through Photoshop and InDesign to help support different parts of product development.

Please note- this position is a part-time position that can be done fully remote and has a maximum pay of $35 an hour. There is a potential for this to become a 40 hour a week role or have some heavy and light weeks.

Additional tasks:

*Displays a can-do attitude with flexibility and agility during inevitable redesigns, edits and track changes.
*Very comfortable working in Photoshop - GIPH, Layer Comps, Optimizing for Web, using templates
*Comfortable with Indesign - for producing/editing DEKs for review, some print layout(layers, CMYK, slugs, page size, export pdfs)

*Comfortable using/reading EXCEL documents - for assortments
*Understand and execute digital and/or print projects from BRIEF/PASS OFF to release date
*Master and maintain coherent production processes from campaign to campaign
*Own edit and review activity with Program Managers for all digital and print mechanicals
*Follow and adhere to strict print schedules, keeping managers, creative and art directors apprised of production concerns
*Resolve day to day production issues including technical issues, best practices and communication with the Creative, Project Management and VM teams
*Proactively traffic necessary materials and collaborate with Managers, Senior Art Directors and Senior Designers ensuring seamless interface between Creative goals and final mechanicals
*Manages a productive and responsible daily schedule with regard to current and future project milestones and deadlines Communicates and updates managers and stakeholders regarding progress of projects through release
*Regularly uses downtime to organize, proactively seek opportunities and prepare for upcoming projects