We’re looking for an awesome UX/UI Designer Intern to work with our talented and fun In-House Agency. Individual reports to Associate Creative Director UX/UI. Role is open to remote.

This exciting opportunity is for a 20-32 hours per week, paid internship working either remotely or at our headquarters in Costa Mesa, CA. 

We are one of INC’s top 500 fastest growing companies and it’s an incredible time to be a part of our awesomeness. A-list celeb ✓ , Superbowl TV spot ✓ , Twitter battles ✓ Award-winning creative ✓


  • Hands-on design experience with our brands. 
  • Inside view of how an agency operates.
  • Valuable feedback from all levels of the team. 
  • Creative work to add to your portfolio. 
  • Coaching and mentoring. 
  • Collaborative environment.
  •  Exposure to cross-functional departments.


  • Join a talented squad in an exciting and evolving industry - we can offer you a fast-paced and driven working environment with challenging work. 
  • You will get to slay each day in a position that perfectly suits your skills at a company that rewards passion, creativity, and innovation. 


  • Self-motivated and enthusiastic with a positive attitude.
  • Highly team-oriented and thrive in a fast-paced, dynamic environment.
  • Eager to learn, grow, and have fun with us.


  • Pursuing or a recent graduate of a BA Degree in Web Design, UX/UI Design, or similar. 
  • Portfolio.
  • Knowledge of principles and process of UX/UI design. 
  • Strong visual and user interface design skills specific to websites and mobile apps.
  • Understanding of responsive web design. 
  • The ability to work in Sketch, Figma, and InVision. Illustrator and Photoshop is a plus. 
  • Ability to take constructive feedback with agility and a can-do attitude. 
  • Self-starter.


  • Yes, t-shirts and jeans! We want you to be comfortable, casual attire is A-OK…especially our awesome, company designed tees!
  • Nom. Nom. Nom. Free take home family meals, prepared by our executive chef.
  • And…there’s more!


  • Ownership: We are all owners; be the outcome and get the job done.
  • Action Biased: Be brilliant, proactive, and act with urgency.
  • Embrace the Adventure: Be agile, adaptive, and thrive on change.
  • Invent and Simplify: Never accept good enough.

We are committed to equal employment opportunities regardless of race, color, genetic information, creed, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, lawful alien status, national origin, age, marital status, or protected veteran status. We support an inclusive workplace where associates excel based on personal merit, qualification, experience, ability, and job performance.

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