Graphic Designer 📍 Wilmington, United States
We’re a full-service, in-house creative agency with a mission of elevating an entire industry through our brand. Recognized by Glassdoor, FORTUNE, Inc., and Entrepreneur magazine as one of the top workplaces in the country, our in-house agency is a young, fast-paced, and innovative brand shop nationally recognized for our work. By infusing our culture of caring, integrity, innovation, optimism, and grit into everything that we do, we’ve built an environment where it’s fun to work, safe to fail, and good to be different.
We are seeking talent that is hands-on, organized and self-motivated to work on print and digital projects. This position would be freelancing for our office 25 minutes outside of Philadelphia. However after interviewing in person, you would have the ability to freelance remotely. We’re a growing organization so we’re looking for both permanent freelance and those looking to grow into a full-time graphic design position.
As the Freelance Graphic Designer, you will be responsible for assisting our Marketing Communications department on a variety of projects. From environmental branding to illustrations to publication design and layout, your work will vary across platforms and styles. You will also work for a community that values unusual ideas and originality.
- Graphic Design degree with minimum 2 years experience.
- Adobe Suite, Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop. After Effects a plus
- Ability to receive constructive feedback and criticism
- Highly organized, detail oriented
- Portfolio that demonstrates illustration skills, has a strong sense of typography, and includes branding.
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Pay to hire someone
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$250-400 (Industry average)
Do you have an estimate of the job or project length?
A few months
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