UX/UI Resident

You will be collaborating, promoting and refining the vision of experience design and strategy with creative designers, strategy and technical teams. As experiences across touch points are changing and becoming more connected, you are helping to lead this movement.

Who you are:

A recent graduate with a passion for creativity and brand strategy, who is excited to explore the different paths that digital advertising has to offer.

A Successful Intern at VaynerMedia:

  • Must be able to commute to Hudson Yards, NYC office.
  • Strong reading, writing, and grammar.
  • Can demonstrate and apply knowledge of wireframes 
  • Has a hunger to learn and be mentored by a professional.
  • Loves all things digital and understands relevant social media platforms.
  • Works well in a fast-paced environment.
  • Commitment of at least 35 hours per week.

What you will do:

  • Work closely with our User Experience Team to:
    • Assist with tasks as needed.
    • Learn to work within a collaborative unit
    • Ensure we’re using both words and images to tell a complete story.
    • Organize and execute client audits
    • Learn to respond quickly and effectively to client feedback.
    • Perform successfully under tight timelines. 

We’re looking for someone who:

  • Is enrolled in design school or a recent grad.
  • Has a hunger to learn and be mentored by professionals.
  • Loves all things digital and understands relevant social media platforms.
  • Maintains an active presence online.
  • Enjoys working in teams and can follow direction.
  • Works well in a fast-paced environment.
  • Has formal design education OR equivalent experience working professionally.
  • Wants or has some experience with information and icon design/ branding.
  • Must have a start-up mentality, which means flexibility and collaboration are key. 

How will you stand out?

Bonus Skills & Software Knowledge

  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Sketch or other wireframe software
  • Additional animation or design software
  • Knowledge and passion of User Experience and Web Design

 

Please submit a digital portfolio with resume submissions.

This is a 16 week program

Due to overwhelming response in the past, we will only be able to respond to candidates being considered.



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