One of your favorite TV networks is on the hunt for an experienced Advertising Solutions Designer. They need a seasoned designer with deep experience in creating rich media experiences for various types of ad units. There’s considerable heavy lifting to do here in developing a powerful narrative and visual aesthetic, so only the brilliant need apply.
You’re the da Vinci of Digital. From design to implementation, from web to mobile, you do it all. Concepting and prototyping — that’s all day for you. You know all the major tools (and most of the minor ones) and stay abreast of new technologies and can help you design top-shelf advertising products. In addition to possessing a mastery of web standards like Adobe CS5 and CS6, Flash AS3, HTML5 and XML, you’ve got unparalleled skill at graphic design, typography, and layout for the digital space. Ideally, you have experience working with some cutting-edge rich media ad products such as Mixpo, Medialets, Celtra, and Pictela. You know how to design ad products that grab attention; from banner to page takeovers to seriously sexy interstitials, your work outshines the rest. Some of your best work wouldn’t look out of place hanging in MOMA. Oh, and your Front End Dev chops are just as outstanding.
For all your singular genius, you’re also a veteran team player. You can work with multiple stakeholders across many different functions and come away with a powerful consensus. You’ve got killer strategic vision and know how to present it to others. Your portfolio is current, functional, and killer and you’ve got an Ivy League pedigree in the agency, advertising, or interactive space.
We weren’t joking about the da Vinci thing. Expectations are high here. You’re going to be responsible crafting a variety of ad solutions for multiple sponsors and partners. Of course, you won’t be on your own. You’ll work with the Creative Director, Front-End Developer, and numerous junior designers (who, no doubt, will worship you), but the onus is really on you to provide creative guidance. It’ll be your name attached to everything from rich media advertising to executive presentations, so there will be a lot of eyes on you. The right Gun for this gig has considerable experience in designing for web, mobile, advertising, and rich media. Needless to say, this client will only be impressed by the most outstanding portfolios. Management in many forms is another key skill here, so your resume should show that as a complement to your portfolio.
No mere MacBook jockey will do here. This client needs a seasoned brand builder with the flexibility and vision to create winning visuals for a number of advertising platforms. Style is key, but demonstrating a history of understanding campaign-level strategy and making it shine on the web is equally necessary. You’ll be working with some exceptional marketing minds to create memorable marketing tools. Major Bonus Points for a Master’s in graphic or interactive design
This is company is a name you know and they’re looking for someone to provide the aesthetic elements that will elevate their web properties to that same household-name status. If you’re a veteran visual designer with industry cred and an award-winning portfolio, we want to hear from you ASAP.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.