Visual Designer – Mid Level, Santa Monica

The mid level visual designer is responsible for creating layouts for web, mobile products and email campaigns. This role collaborates closely with Product Managers, UX Architects, Marketing Managers and UI Engineers to ensure delivery of products that are intuitive and engaging. The mid level visual designer is expected to work within as well as maintain established style guides. Essential… (read full post)

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Mid-level Graphic Designer / Packaging at Educational Insights, Gardena

As a Graphic Designer for Educational Insights you will be an integral part of the Creative Team, working closely with the Design Manager, to design product packaging, marketing materials and digital media campaigns. The Graphic Designer will create compelling design solutions for web landing pages and marketing materials; update and maintain style guides; create eBlasts, product logos, mock- ups… (read full post)

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Jr. to Mid-Level Designer, Culver City

We are looking for a designer to join our award-winning, growing interactive studio in Culver City, CA. Sisu (www.sisumedia.com) is a small, focused group of talented individuals. We deliver effective, intelligent design and technology solutions for webtop and mobile. Our clients range from the Fortune 100 to start-ups, and from media and entertainment industries to emerging technology. The… (read full post)

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Print Graphic Designer, Foothill Ranch

Contemporary fashion label needs a Graphic Designer to work on everything Print: Collateral, POS/POP, retail store front/window designs, corporate related projects- you name it. Seeking someone with a mature, clean design aesthetic. Fashion and Retail is preferred but NOT mandatory. Ideal candidate is Highly proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, can work concept to production, and has a… (read full post)

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