About Floyd

Floyd is changing the way people consume, keep, and enjoy furniture. Our products are built around the idea that well-designed furniture should be accessible, long lasting, and ship to your door (not to mention beautiful!). We create innovative products that challenge the common convention of furniture and the experience of buying it. Floyd is a venture-backed company with over 30+ enthusiastic individuals working to change how the world engages with furniture.

Where You Come In

We are looking for an outstanding graphic designer with a strong sense in the fundamentals of design. This job is for you if you value (and are maybe even a little obsessed with) typography, layout and clean aesthetics. You will create engaging and on-brand graphics for a variety of digital & print media to help execute on Floyd's brand vision. The ideal candidate is someone who can take a concept, an idea, or a solid creative brief – and bring it to life. This role is dynamic, exciting, and essential to our continued success. Most importantly, we are looking for a team player that can work under deadline pressure and help in juggling new tasks & ongoing production work.

 

Your responsibilities will be primarily the following:

  • Preparing production-ready assets for product launches & campaigns
  • Lifecycle email + social (post/story) production design
  • Digital advertisement design & updating
  • Print collateral design & sourcing production
  • Processing & updating assets for the website + LivedIn blog
  • Designing layout-heavy pieces such as instructions & presentation decks
  • Light image manipulation + editing
  • Ensuring brand standard execution across assets
  • Gaining feedback to hone skills & improve design

This Might Describe You

  • 3+ years of graphic design experience with an outstanding portfolio to match
  • A solid base (maybe even obsession) in the design fundamentals of typography & layout
  • Appreciation and bias for clean, aesthetically pleasing design
  • Incredible attention to detail and organization
  • Experience working in design software & technologies such as Adobe Creative Suite and Figma
  • Strong multi-tasking, time management and prioritization abilities
  • Ability to follow a marketing calendar and meet deadlines accordingly
  • Dependable communication skills
  • Ability and willingness to quickly adapt to new technologies
  • Continuous learning to keep skills and industry knowledge fresh and current
  • A plus if knowledgeable in animation, interface & responsive design experiences
  • A plus if you have a passion for home & furniture

Why Join Us

  • Competitive pay 
  • Health, dental, and vision coverage for everyone at the company, including part-time staff
  • 401k with generous employer match
  • Flexible PTO and Paid Parental Leave. We believe work is just one part of living fulfilling lives
  • A mission-driven culture 
  • Flexible Schedule
  • An opportunity to collaborate & gain mentorship from industry-leading designers
  • Every new employee receives a Floyd product of their choice. :)

 

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