Junior Communications Designer

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The Junior Communications Designer is a role perfect for a budding designer looking to master the art of branding and communications design. You're a designer who not only has a clean visual eye, but also has an keen sense for creating visual systems for a variety of types of information. You are collaborative and inquisitive and able to learn from design needs across UI, UX, and Marketing to help shape and form our exciting internal brand. From iconography, to charts and infographics, pure graphic design (from Bauhaus to Swiss) excites you as much as the modern UIUX that changes day to day across all our devices. Passionate and positive, you are a communicator that is equally excited about how and what the design is saying as much as what it looks like.

This job isn't another PowerPoint and Word template role, it's about learning and communicating within a brave new world of digital product design. The Digital Media Group within our client is building killer digital costumer experiences across the entertainment world, and we need a new team of design ninjas to visually communicate what we can do with no limitations. The rules aren't there for you to break, they're up to you to create!

Responsibilities:
• Work closely with the Communications Designer and ACD in defining and creating a new brand identity that will reach all touchpoints of web, apps, print and social media.
• Assist in defining a visual style and guidlines that filter through documents UI, UX, Content Designers as well as Content and Product Strategists will use day to day in their workflow.
• Creating and sourcing fun, innovative collateral that will be used externally at industry events across the country.

Requirements:
• Portfolio of clean, modern visual design that communicates clear ideas to its audience
• A solid foundation of all the basic software, from the Adobe Creative Suite to Microsoft Office, and a willingness to learn UIUX software (such as Omnigraffle).
• A clear understation of the foundations of print design and an eagerness to learn where the digital design world is moving, from Responsive Web Design to Apps.
• Illustrations skills a bonus, but not required
• Bachelors of Fine Arts in Graphic Design