Graphic Designer Intern

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Graphic Design August 17, 2018 26FIVE NYC, NY, USA

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26FIVE makes people, ideas, and brands matter. We value individuals who want to contribute to creative discussions, are ready to take control of creative projects, and aren’t afraid to ask questions. We are looking for a Graphic Design Intern with a strong unique portfolio to compliment our group of passionate, creative, inventive digital architects and designers. Looking for go-getters that want a challenge and to continually grow. We are growing – internships can convert to full time positions.

Please provide your resume and a link to your online portfolio for review.
Applications without a link to an online portfolio will be discarded.

REQUIREMENTS

The Graphic Design Intern work side-by-side with a Senior Lead Designer to showcase their design skills by developing solutions for digital products (web, mobile, video, emerging platforms, social media, emailers) and print collateral (business cards, corporate invitations, brochures, sales slicks, etc) across a breadth of marketing campaigns, sales pitches, and events.

Design Interns are expected to take part in the creative process from concept to final deliverables in a fast paced, high-energy environment with short time tables and have the ability to change gears to accommodate client modifications or team alternatives when issues arise.

Qualifications:

• Undergraduate or graduate student majoring in design related concentrations

• Portfolio showcasing branding, printed collateral, digital assets, client work and student work, etc.

• Tool familiarity: Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, PowerPoint

• Web skills a plus: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, WordPress

• Additional skills may include video editing and website/app UX

BENEFITS

Summer Mondays – working remotely from home

Learning and development programs

Flexible time-off, with observed holidays and the week off between Christmas and New Years