Location: NYC

About Keystone AI: Keystone AI is a leader in integrating artificial intelligence with strategy, economics, and technology consulting to tackle the most pressing challenges of today and tomorrow. At the heart of our mission is a commitment to innovation and breakthrough solutions, and we want to take that directly into our design practice. As we embark on developing a groundbreaking brand identity (currently in progress), we aim to harness AI's transformative power fully and put it at the center of how we think about brand identity and a design system that everyone at Keystone can adhere to and build on.

Position Summary: Keystone AI seeks a Graphic Designer who is not just excited about the future of technology but is ready to define it. Your mandate will be to ensure the Keystone brand is reflected in all the work we do. This role involves close collaboration with both internal and external teams to execute on an identity system that is inherently flexible and extensible through AI. You will also be called on to deliver brand materials on a daily basis to senior members of the team working around the globe with Fortune 500 companies.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Partner with the Keystone AI marketing team and external partners to deliver our new brand identity across Keystone both digitally and physically with the potential for AI integration, ensuring it accurately reflects our values and vision.
  • Design adaptable visual assets that communicate Keystone AI's role as a thought leader in the AI space, ensuring brand consistency across both digital and physical channels.
  • Establish a comprehensive brand governance model that leverages technology to enable Keystone AI's employee base of non-designers to utilize, embody, and execute the brand effectively in their work.
  • Develop a deliverable model to manage inbound requests and briefs.
  • Demonstrate the power and importance of brand and design to the entire Keystone AI organization through compelling presentations, workshops, and collaborations with various teams, ensuring that the brand's design direction is understood, valued, and championed by all.


  • Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design, Visual Communications, or a related field, with a strong interest or background in AI and technology.
  • At least 3+ years of relevant design experience, preferably with expertise in creating AI-enhanced or tech-forward brand identities. Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, Canva and openness to exploring and adopting AI-driven design tools.
  • A portfolio that demonstrates a strategic approach to brand systems, especially in contexts that involve technology and business.
  • Ability to manage complex projects under tight deadlines and efficiently incorporate feedback from a broad range of stakeholders.

What Keystone AI Offers:

  • A unique opportunity to be at the cutting edge of brand design within the AI consulting sector.
  • Exposure to the latest in AI technologies and a chance to be a key player in setting new standards for branding in the tech industry.
  • A culture of innovation, where creativity and forward-thinking are not just encouraged—they're essential.
  • Competitive compensation, comprehensive benefits, and a commitment to your professional development and well-being.


US Salary Range: $60,000 - $90,000, plus an annual discretionary bonus, 401k contribution, and competitive benefits package. Actual compensation within the range will depend upon the level the individual is hired into based on their skills, experience, and qualifications.

At Keystone we believe diversity matters. At every level of our firm, we seek to advance and promote diversity, foster an inclusive culture, and ensure our colleagues have a deep sense of respect and belonging. If you are interested in growing your career with colleagues from varied backgrounds, lifestyles, and cultures, consider Keystone Strategy.

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