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Branding and Identity Designer

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Looking for a Brand/Identity Designer who can create the visual identity, the branding, for a company and its products. This will be a 3 month contract to start, onsite in SF, 40 hours a week (could go permanent for right person).

Job Description:
- Create everything from logos, to promotional materials, to advertising programs that establish and promote a corporate identity
- Possess innovation and problem solving skills
- Expertise in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign
- Illustration and typography are key areas in which a Brand Identity Designer should excel

We love designers who are eager to deliver across the entire design process, and not just one aspect such as user research or illustration design. We would love for you to be really good in at least one design-focused skill and have 5+ years of hands-on professional experience as a Visual Designer, ideally working across print and digital on both large and small projects. Your colleagues describe you as a self-starter with your eye constantly on solutions and someone who can easily step into the customer's shoes with the enthusiasm to create great experiences. You’ll also need strong facilitation and collaboration abilities, a flexible and friendly approach to working with teams, and the attitude to always strive for the best outcomes.

More about our team....
It's like the United Nations over here - you're joining a team with copy writers, data scientists, content and email marketers, developers, PR, product and program managers. But we've also got a core of very strong designers who push ourselves beyond our comfort zones and aren't afraid to fail, who think customer-first and big picture, and who are excited about building a design-lead culture. You’ll be joining a team that is crazy smart and very direct. We challenge each other constantly to improve our work and ask hard questions. We're dedicated to agile methodology and big believers in 'lean', which means we don’t do documentation for documentation's sake. We also know all too well the importance of validating assumptions about users and use various types of testing to prove ourselves right (or wrong). It’s all about improving our user’s experience—no matter who or where.

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