Walker Sands Digital is looking for a versatile, passionate designer for an entry-level position working with our team on a diverse slate of projects, from basic photo editing to creating original infographics from scratch.
• Creating original web design concepts for clients (just Photoshop mockups--no front-end development required, though HTML/CSS abilities are a plus)
• Supporting the entire web design and development process by generating/editing photos and graphics as needed
• Working with public relations account teams on infographics, presentations, etc.
• Understanding (and continuing to develop) the Walker Sands brand, and working on any and all materials (print pieces, trade show stuff) we use to continue marketing our agency
• Being open-minded and versatile enough to problem solve and help out with any and all miscellaneous design-related projects
You need. . .
• An awesome graphic design portfolio, in both printed and online form, that shows your skills with typography, layouts, imagery, etc.
• High-level technical skills in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign (familiarity with other Creative Suite apps like After Effects or Flash is a plus, but not at all required)
• A very keen eye for visual detail
• An understanding of web design--we don't need you to write any code, but please do show that you get the basics, and take an interest in technology and digital/web culture
• An open mind when it comes to taking on a bunch of random projects, and the ability to use ingenuity and/or Google to "figure it out" when you don't immediately understand how to do something¬¬
Experience-wise, a year or two of design work is good to see, but we're also open to meeting with recent grads or other less experienced folks, as long as you have a stellar portfolio and a fun attitude. Walker Sands offers an informal, collaborative atmosphere, and we're looking to hire someone with not only awesome professional skills, but also a personality that fits.
Please send us your resume, your portfolio, (a link to it, preferably) and any additional info/links that you think will help us see your work or get to know you better. Send email with the subject line "I'M A DESIGNER."