Organic: Senior Designer

 

Ever wanted to do exciting work from just about anywhere with a smart, passionate team? That’s us. Organic is primarily a remote working agency that comes together for purposeful, in-person gatherings—think project milestones, client meetings, and team building events. We call it “Work Where You Work Best.” Right now we have some limitations regarding the state your permanent residence can be located (it's a tax thing), so let’s talk about what works for you.

The Role

As a Senior Designer, you bring design executions to life across all platforms, products and touchpoints as part of an ensemble team.

You are an aesthetic athlete, immersed in the expression of type, color, imagery and motion as an interplay for experiences and communications. You are a collaborator who brings a passion to your work and has a willingness to experiment and learn.

You understand that Design is problem solving, and work hard to understand the context where your work will appear, the audience it is meant to serve and the business problem it is meant to solve.

About You

You develop and execute design work across all media channels. You create short-form animations, motion graphics and .Gifs. You help develop rapid prototypes and generate interaction and communication ideas that strive for new, better and more innovative solutions. 

You understand, adapt and evolve client brand systems and style guides, as well as manage workflow efficiently taking responsibility for timing and delivery. You generate multiple possible expressions or approaches to any client problem, utilizing collaboration with Technology, Media and Production teams to ensure high quality executions.

You clearly present and articulate work during internal reviews and understand and utilize platform and channel best practices.

You’ll Need

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • 3+ years' experience in a design role
  • Demonstrated expertise with cutting-edge, innovative, and culturally savvy design
  • Must have a strong portfolio of produced work
  • Execution excellence across channels
  • Ability to handle more than one assignment at a time
  • Clear & articulate team communication & relationship building
  • Proactively tracks trends in business and marketplace relevant to client business
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Expert command of Figma, Sketch and Adobe Creative Suite
  • Command of both product and communication design imperatives, trends and best practices
  • Proactive, resourceful, solution and deadline oriented
  • Experience with projects with complex UX / workflow
  • Ability to use create basic prototype using WYSIWYG tools or code

 

About Organic

Organic is a digital agency focused on designing resilient brands at the intersection of culture, commerce and behaviors. We pursue and embrace diversity, actively pursue equity, and cultivate an inclusive environment.

 

Details

  • Est. 1994
  • Part of Omnicom Precision Marketing Group
  • Generous benefits and perks
  • Offices in New York, San Francisco, Detroit

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