Freelance Graphic Designer at Jack Morton Worldwide, Los Angeles

ack Morton is a global Brand Experience Agency.

The Freelance Graphic Designer participates in the design process from idea development through project completion by producing deliverables in line with the strategy and creative.

Key Accountabilities:
Flawless Execution
• Act as the lead designer on multiple programs to produce design solutions that meet the requirements of the project
• Follow client’s brand standards to meet program guidelines
• Receive constructive direction and translate feedback into design deliverables in order to meet creative goals and business needs
• Collaborate with the Creative Director to support the vision of programs and effectively communicate that vision to colleagues and clients through innovative and targeted design
• Working with the Producer, oversee the print production process to ensure design integrity, color accuracy and image quality are met
• Coordinate with Graphics Manager and/or Producer to ensure programs are on schedule, within budget and properly staffed

• 5-7 years graphic design experience
• BFA or BA in Design or relevant degree
• Experience designing graphics and signage for corporate events, environments, or consumer marketing required
• Expert in design software including Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, PowerPoint and Keynote
• Experience or interest in animation, motion graphics and working in After Effects a plus
• Must be able to work independently as well as on a team under tight deadlines
• Must be able to work on multiple programs simultaneously
• Excellent written and oral communication skills as well as presentation skills
• Demonstrated creative competencies: accountability for results, client focus, team effectiveness, developing others, ingenuity, organizational sophistication and communicating ideas.

Jack Morton Worldwide is an Equal Opportunity Employer. EEO/AA.M/F/D/V.

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