A designer with exceptional design aesthetic, who understands how to develop dynamic, creative design work, with the ability to work independently. Will be a member of the Radius Design Team, and will report to the VP, Design Director. This role will be charged with developing and executing on digital/print design best practices, and will serve as a core team member in the development of compelling visual identity illustrating the brand story across all mediums. This candidate must have the ability to understand design principles, current technology, and software while also having a firm understanding of working in an iterative agile environment.



  • Understanding of the digital space, including experience with UX/UI Design, Information Architecture, mobile applications, iPad/Tablet PC development, and standard web requirements
  • Ability to design logos, infographics, and UI layouts based on creative direction.
  • Execute all visual design stages from concept to final hand-off to development or production.
  • Ability to properly size files to correct resolution per spec requirements, ensuring optimization, build consistency, and usability.
  • Exceptional design sense, with a firm understanding of color theory, typography, and visual identity, creating images that convey brand story.
  • Proficiency in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Sketch, or other visual design tools as well as fundamental understanding of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
  • Understanding of brand consistency and is able to aid in the creation and maintenance of comprehensive style guides
  • Attendance at status and start-up meetings for all assigned projects.
  • Establish and promote design guidelines, best practices and standards.
  • Working knowledge of hardware and server structure, ensuring backup of all projects and agency workflow.
  • Presentation skills, and being comfortable discussing work in a group setting are required.



Ideal candidate with have at least 1 year work experience, and must be proficient with visual design software such as the Adobe Creative Suite (Specifically Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign) and Sketch. Knowledge of Invision, and Omnigraffle are a plus, but not required. Fundamental understanding of HTML, CSS, and Javascript, and how each influence Ux/UI design. Ability to solve problems creatively and effectively, while maintaining up-to-date on the latest design trends, techniques, and technologies. Be able to take direction, and work autonomously are imperative. Team player with the ability to understand deliverables while setting expectations with internal stakeholders. Must possess good design aesthetic, with portfolio demonstrating exceptional design skills. Bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience is required.

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