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Photo Editor, Platforms

WIRED is looking for a creative, fun, enthusiastic photography lover with an excellent eye for visuals to join our award-winning photo department. The ideal candidate has approximately five years' experience with photo research and photo editing for either print or online publications and has a plentiful inventory of photographic and art resources. Experience with managing social media is a plus. A photography degree is preferred. This position will report to the Director of Photography.   Responsibilities: -          Develop and refine editorial and visual voice for WIRED Photo vertical on WIRED.com -          Produce 1 to 2 WIRED Photo posts per week: manage pitches, approvals, contracts, and budget -          Point person and traffic control for photo workflow on WIRED.com - Oversee photo research team; provide feedback and guidance on image selection -          Develop and maintain WIRED brand vision -          Photo editing and image sourcing for fast-paced daily news environment -          Oversee photo usage on social media (Snapchat, Instagram, etc.) -          Research new photographer talent - Photoshop and retouching skills a plus -          Deputy to Senior Photo Editor  

Art director

Foreign Policy is seeking a versatile and passionate art director to help define and execute FP's evolving visual brand across all of our platforms. While the position will be primarily focused on producing and commissioning outstanding editorial visuals for ForeignPolicy.com and our 46-year-old print edition, ideal candidates will be eager to create (and ideally have experience with) original assets and identities for FP's events, custom content solutions for clients, and useful, engaging publications for FP Analytics, our research division. This will be a full-time position based in our Washington, D.C., office that reports to FP's chief creative officer.

Sr Designer, Condé Nast

The Innovation Collection at Condé Nast is looking for a senior designer to join our team on the advertising/marketing side (NOT editorial). The Innovation Collection includes GQ, WIRED, Golf, Pitchfork, Ars Technica, and Backchannel. The ideal candidate should have 5+ years of experience in the professional world. Projects include designing marketing, branding, and experiential event collateral, as well as digital, tablet, and in book units. The designer should be able to take ideas from concept to execution, be comfortable with production (print and digital), and collaborate well with a team. This position is in an extremely fast-paced environment where prioritization, communication, and organizational skills are essential. Must have a positive "can do" attitude and be willing to wear a lot of hats.

Print Designer Assistant Level

DESIGNER (Assistant level), TOPIX MEDIA LAB Topix Media Lab is seeking a creative, energetic, hard-working and independent print designer. WHO YOU ARE A print designer with a year or two of experience who is ready to step up to the next level--designing features, infographics and even creating and art directing entire magazines while working closely with the creative director. You're a design- and type-geek who lives and breathes print, a whiz at InDesign and PhotoShop and an independent, easy-going design specialist with a sense of humor and the ability to handle multiple projects at the same time.

Print Designer, assistant level

DESIGNER (Assistant level), TOPIX MEDIA LAB Topix Media Lab is seeking a creative, energetic, hard-working and independent print designer. You are a print designer with a year or two of experience who is ready to step up to the next level--designing features, infographics and even creating and art directing entire magazines while working closely with the creative director. You're a design- and type-geek who lives and breathes print, a whiz at InDesign and PhotoShop and an independent, easy-going design specialist with a sense of humor and the ability to handle multiple projects at the same time.

Motion Graphics Designer, Cosmopolitan Snapchat

Cosmopolitan.com is looking for a lightening fast Motion Graphics Designer to help enrich the visual identity of its channel on Snapchat Discover. This position will report to the Managing Editor of Snapchat Discover, and will work closely with a team of designers and editors to create short-form visual animated graphics that further the storytelling of Cosmopolitan.com's content and elevate the brand aesthetic. The designer will be responsible for working within the site's branding guidelines to ensure all content is consistent, but they will also be expected to bring platform appropriate creativity and personality to each edition. Candidates should have a portfolio that showcases their talents as a motion designer with an excellent skill eye for good design and typography in the social media landscape. Illustration skills are a PLUS! RESPONSIBILITIES - Create short-form motion graphics, animations, illustrations and GIFs ‪- Design/Concept/Animate 2D and 3D motion graphics for topsnaps on a daily basis - Work on projects from concept to production, making sure we meet brand standards and timelines - ‪Continually research and brainstorm creative ideas, styles, and trends in motion design - Collaborate across creative teams and provide ideas in brainstorming meetings - Be on call to design for special weekend events (i.e. major award shows) REQUIREMENTS - 1-2+ years of motion design graphics experience ‪- Background in motion design with exceptional eye for good design and typography - Knowledge of multiple video and motion graphics workflows - Fluency in Adobe CS 6 Production - - Premium software, including After Effects, - Photoshop and Premiere - Strong understanding of color profile management for video - Exceptional organizational and project management skills - Ability to demonstrate sound judgment in dealing with multiple priorities and timelines - Ability to efficiently work both independently and as part of a team environment - Deep understanding for the Cosmo brand and reader and a love of fashion, beauty, food and celebrity content. - Familiarity with Internet humor, memes, pop culture, social trends - Excellent at producing shareable, digital-friendly web and mobile content - Obsessive knowledge of the motion design landscape and keen understanding of the competition - Positive attitude!

Art Director - Martha Stewart Editorial

- Work closely with the Design Director to conceptualize, plan and execute feature and section layouts - Take ideas from concept to final execution - Strong typographic and typesetting skills - Art direct food, still life, beauty and home photo shoots as appropriate - Commission illustration and cultivate relationships with emerging artists - Mentor a young and eager team of designers and interns - Manage in-house digital imaging specialist and color-correction workflow, adhering to magazine's prepress deadlines - Work in tandem with the managing editor to supervise art and layout deadlines - Run the art department in the design director's absence - Work with Design Director on typography and design elements to keep refining the look of Living - Must be an expert problem solver with the ability to work efficiently, quickly, and diplomatically with a creative approach to design - Ability to juggle and meet multiple deadlines is a must Essential Job Functions 65% Conceptualizing and Designing 15% Art Directing 10% Color Correction and Imaging 10% Assisting with production of pages

Senior Photo Director- Rachael Ray Every Day

The Sr Photo Director oversees the commissioning, production, and invoicing of all photography for all sections of Rachael Ray Every Day magazine. This position collaborates with the EIC and Creative Director on the visual voice of the magazines. In addition, the Sr Photo Director * Cultivates new photographers. * Supervises photo department staff. * Concepts story ideas and collaborates with art department * Manages photo shoot estimates, issue budgets and production deadlines. * Oversees and negotiates photo contracts with photographers, their agents and agencies. * Serve as Photo Director on set. Essential Job Functions: 60% Collaborates with creative director to set photo strategy; oversees, plans and produces photo shoots, supervises photo staff. Responsible for photo budget 20% Manages print orders to deadline. 20% Recruits new photography talent

Senior Art Director/Designer

Campbell Ewald is looking for a Senior Art Director/Designer to join their long-form Content Development team. We are looking for multitalented candidates (with a background in art direction and editorial design) that have at least 7 years of experience in publishing or long-form content marketing -- print, video, web, social, mobile and tablets. We are looking for candidates who are passionate about the story being told...in both the print and digital space, and always looking for ways to connect offline-to-online, and vice versa. A client doesn't always know the best way to solve a problem. So we need people who understand how to translate the business problem into strong visual stories told with words, photos, and interactive means. Candidate must be self-motivated, efficient, detail-oriented and have the ability to adapt quickly as project needs change. They must be able to work in a team atmosphere and fast paced environment. In addition, candidates must have experience directing expansive editorial photo shoots, preferably in the areas of fashion and luxury goods. Ideal candidates will have automotive experience. Some light travel may be required. In this position, candidate must be confident in their conceptual and art direction skills and carry the ability to determine the difference between presentation and reality. It is also important that we continue delivering award-winning creative for our clients, so we need a team player who can consistently develop high quality creative across the variety of platforms our content lives: print, video, web, social, mobile and tablets. Above all, we are looking for a creative thinker who is passionate about art direction in an editorial environment and great story telling. We work hard, have fun, and most of all, have the desire to be doing great work. It is the policy of Campbell Ewald, a division of the Interpublic Group, to provide equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment with regard to race, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, veteran status or disability or any other basis prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local law.

Designer, Story Worldwide

Story Worldwide, an award-winning integrated agency, seeks a creative, energetic and talented designer to contribute to the design of Endless Vacation, an award-winning travel magazine with a circulation of 1.9 million, and Ventures, a B2B magazine for the vacation ownership industry. The designer will assist the creative director with the design of each issue, from initial concepts and exploratory design to preparing layouts for print. The designer will also assign illustrations, design infographics, and create simple animations for digital editions.

Graphic Designer, San Diego Zoo Global

The Graphic Designer creates communications and fund-raising collateral for the San Diego Zoo's Development/Membership Department. Designing printed materials, Web and electronic media projects, fund-raising graphics, signage, advertising, and other collateral are essential functions of the job. Applicants must be proficient in Adobe Creative Suites and Mac design programs, hand illustration, and project management. Knowledge of typography, color and other print processes, and layout/production is necessary. A degree in the graphic design field or equivalent specialized training and a minimum of 4 years of work experience in graphic design and illustration are essential. Selected candidate must be able to work and communicate effectively in a team environment. Final candidates must be able to provide a portfolio of their work.

Design Director, Atlanta magazine

Atlanta magazine is looking for a Design Director, who will be responsible for the overall look of the Atlanta magazine brand--focusing on print and, to a lesser extent, on digital and social media. S/he will collaborate with, supervise, and inspire a three-person art staff to create a magazine each month that is visually inviting, provocative, sophisticated, and commercial. The design director will touch, directly or indirectly, every edit page of the magazine, from the tiniest photo credit to a 16-page service package stuffed (engagingly) with dozens of elements. Beyond the monthly main magazine, s/he will also oversee the design of our ancillary edit-produced publications, including our quarterly shelter book, HOME magazine.

Job Responsibilities: 
• Working with the editor-in-chief to conceive and execute compelling and commercial covers 
• Overseeing and implementing any future redesign of the magazine 
• Clearly and promptly communicating assignments to contributing photographers, illustrators, and graphic artists 
• Using a limited budget in creative ways 
• Working closely with different departments to ensure a timely close of each issue 
• Finding ways to tell stories graphically and in unconventional and non-linear ways 
• Leading brainstorming sessions, suggesting heds and deks, and coming up with story ideas 
• Planning, alongside the editor-in-chief and section editors, for future covers and coverage 
• Nurturing and cultivating a deep roster of contributing photographers, illustrators, and graphic artists 
• Directing photo shoots as appropriate

Job Requirements:
• Good humor, curiosity, flexibility, good humor, superior organizational skills, good humor, the courage to break rules and buck trends, and a compulsion to overcommunicate. 
• At least seven years' design experience, preferably in magazines 
• Proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator CS 
• Did we mention good humor?

Director of Communications & Marketing, Publication Editor

Editor of Pinto Horse magazine, four online publications. Responsible for content updates on current website. Will create, layout and design all printed and electronic communication, including event logos, e-mail newsletters, advertisements, promotional material, six printed newsletters and the Pinto Horse magazine. Responsible for photography at all official PtHA events. Advertising sales for magazine and website. Responsible for all social media, facebook, twitter, etc.

Photo Researcher

RD.com (Reader's Digest magazine's website) is looking for a photo researcher to conduct stock photography research for daily web posts and slideshows. Working mainly out of our Westchester office, this person has a background in photo or design and is able to work under tight deadlines. They will work closely with the Digital Designer and Photo Director working closely with the design and edit teams to meet daily posting needs for web slideshows and posts. We are a general interest website, you'd be working on a variety of subjects, health, beauty, science, fun facts, humor, inspirational real stories and even some pop culture. Having a background that includes light photo retouching such as silhouetting and extending images is preferred. You must be able to work in a very fast-paced environment under tight deadlines and on several things at once. You also need to be able to work independently and in close collaboration with our group, good communication skills are a must. Proficiency in Adobe Photoshop and some experience with InDesign helpful. WordPress and photo research experience are preferred.

Print Designer, assistant level

DESIGNER (Assistant level), TOPIX MEDIA LAB  Topix Media Lab is seeking a creative, energetic, hard-working and independent print designer. WHO YOU ARE A print designer with a  year or two of experience who is ready to step up to the next level--designing features, infographics and even creating and art directing entire magazines while working closely with  the creative director. You're a design- and type-geek who lives and breathes print, a whiz at InDesign and PhotoShop and an independent, easy-going design specialist with a sense of humor and the ability to handle multiple projects at the same time.  

Print Designer, assistant level

DESIGNER (Assistant level), TOPIX MEDIA LAB  Topix Media Lab is seeking a creative, energetic, hard-working and independent print designer. WHO YOU ARE A print designer with a  year or two of experience who is ready to step up to the next level--designing features, infographics and even creating and art directing entire magazines while working closely with  the creative director. You're a design- and type-geek who lives and breathes print, a whiz at InDesign and PhotoShop and an independent, easy-going design specialist with a sense of humor and the ability to handle multiple projects at the same time.  

designer

Designer for Washingtonian Magazine Washingtonian is seeking an imaginative, collaborative, and relentlessly ambitious designer for its creative department. For 50 plus years, the award-winning city magazine for the Washington DC area has been a home for groundbreaking feature writing, essential service journalism, and arresting visual storytelling. We're looking for someone who can help us take the magazine to the next level, designing in a high-caliber team of designers, photo editors, and staff photographers. Official responsibilities include: -working closely with and collaborating with Creative Director designing new solutions for Front of the Book -designing compelling well and department features -collaborating with staff and freelance contributors -manage special projects as needed from concept to execution, including Digital - redesigns, special interest publications, company initiatives, etc. -working with editors on visually-driven story ideas Unofficial responsibilities include: -Contribute to a freewheeling creative environment where staffers are encouraged to cook up ambitious ideas big and small -inspire and contribute to a talented team of designers and editors wanting to collaborate -setting and maintaining high visual standards; and having a lot of fun while doing so Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio to with senior designer in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Email:designjobs@washingtonian.com Contact Name: Jason Lancaster

designer

Designer for Washingtonian Magazine Washingtonian is seeking an imaginative, collaborative, and relentlessly ambitious designer for its creative department. For 50 plus years, the award-winning city magazine for the Washington DC area has been a home for groundbreaking feature writing, essential service journalism, and arresting visual storytelling. We're looking for someone who can help us take the magazine to the next level, designing in a high-caliber team of designers, photo editors, and staff photographers. Official responsibilities include: -working closely with and collaborating with Creative Director designing new solutions for Front of the Book -designing compelling well and department features -collaborating with staff and freelance contributors -manage special projects as needed from concept to execution, including Digital - redesigns, special interest publications, company initiatives, etc. -working with editors on visually-driven story ideas Unofficial responsibilities include: -Contribute to a freewheeling creative environment where staffers are encouraged to cook up ambitious ideas big and small -inspire and contribute to a talented team of designers and editors wanting to collaborate -setting and maintaining high visual standards; and having a lot of fun while doing so Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio to with senior designer in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Email:designjobs@washingtonian.com Contact Name: Jason Lancaster

Art Director, San Antonio Magazine

San Antonio Magazine has an immediate opening for a talented Art Director. We're seeking a design professional with at least 5 years of experience to join the team of this growing, vibrant city magazine. We value team players who are dedicated to creating a superior product every month and working collaboratively in an editorial environment where creative thinking, problem solving and multitasking are essential skills. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Design and layout of monthly issues of 100-plus page publication Preparing files for printer Working collaboratively with editors in development of stories from idea phase to production Managing part-time photo assistant and design interns Cultivating stable of freelance photographers, illustrators and artists Making assignments to contributing artists and assisting at photo shoots as needed Managing monthly budget Overseeing overall look of San Antonio Magazine brand across platforms

Creative Director, Reader's Digest & RD.com


Creative Director, Reader's Digest and RD.com, White Plains, NY 

Trusted Media Brands is seeking a creative leader to direct the visual experience of its flagship brand Reader's Digest across all platforms. Reporting to the Global Chief Content Officer of Reader's Digest, the ideal candidate will have a record of producing digital and print content that is irresistible to users and readers because it is credible, memorable, and makes them feel good. He or she will understand all the ways contemporary readers and users touch, share, and produce content, how to measure that engagement across all platforms, and how to align costs with revenue for differing digital and print business models.

The position requires joint expertise in digital and print because Trusted Media Brands is focused on simultaneously strengthening the loyalty of our print consumers and very rapidly growing our digital audiences. Print design leaders who've picked up strong digital skills and digital design leaders who can draw on high-level past print experience both will be considered for this critical position.


Key Responsibilities

Manage the brand's 7-person cross-platform art and photo team, and partner with the Trusted Media Brands digital and consumer marketing teams, to help ensure the visual and commercial success of our content and products wherever they are found. Key direct reports are the Art Director and Photo Director.

Oversee all digital photography, illustration, and video on RD.com to make it visually as distinctive for web users as Reader's Digest has been for readers since 1922.

Work with the Digital Editorial Director and Photo Director to create a workflow to art 30+ articles a day on-site and across syndication partner sites.

Work with licensing team to drive additional revenue from photography, illustration, and video assets.

Over time, help Reader's Digest build an online eco-system that is many times larger and attracts a fast-growing daily audience.

Take responsibility for the visual quality and consumer response to Reader's Digest, at 3 million-circulation one of the company's most important products.

Oversee the look and feel of its 10 editions a year. Lead issue art meetings, approve assignments and layouts, help create the flow of the book, and manage the issue budget.

Work with the Chief Content Officer and the art team to meet or exceed goals for newsstand sales.

Master the research into what works best for the brand in retail; work with the Art Director and Photo Director to assign cover images; and partner with the consumer marketing team to finalize strong-selling covers.

Freshen the design and architecture of Reader's Digest to inspire subscribers and other buyers to new loyalty. (The magazine underwent a major successful redesign and repositioning in 2014.)

Work with the art staff and the Executive Editor to conceive and propose new design elements, departments, and other changes.

Work with digital product team to apply relevant design changes to the digital portfolio.

Partner with the Trusted Media Brands audience development and product technology teams and UX manager to establish guidelines (both style and technical) for photography, illustration, and other visual digital elements.

Manage a continuous ramp-up of image/illustration production so that RD is producing distinctive digital content at speed, tracking its effectiveness according to specific KPIs, and targeting social, SEO, newsletters, syndication, and other critical distribution channels with different types of images, aligning costs with revenue.

Participate in the RD.com roadmap managed by the Trusted Media Brands digital team. Help test new functionalities, tools, communities, and design elements that can trigger deeper engagement online.

In partnership with the UX manager, introduce or modify typography, color palettes, and iconography to reinforce brand guidelines.

Champion and initiate the imaginative repurposing of high-performing, high-quality RD.com content into Reader's Digest print content downstream, according to the brand's innovative digital-first publishing model.

Manage the design of Reader's Digest-branded books and special interest publications that are regularly sourced from digital content.

Work with editorial leaders at Taste of Home, Family Handyman, and other company brands to repurpose and recirculate sharable content across the network in both digital and print and otherwise take advantage of TMB's wider assets.

Qualifications

The ideal candidate has: 

Director-level experience in either print or digital design, and ideally in both 10+ years experience in consumer-facing design 

The ability to identify aspects of the position where you lack needed expertise, and to quickly master them 

Examples of outstanding design achievement on multiple platforms, including magazine print

Exemplary eye for photography, use of typography, and creativity in layout A proven record of creating consumer covers that succeed on the newsstand 

A passion for interactive design as an experience, not just a graphical presentation 

A working knowledge of current digital design aesthetics and expertise in Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest 

Comfort with website KPIs, A/B testing, and data-driven decision-making Fluent with responsive, multi-platform design on all screens. 

A firm understanding of HTML and Word Press. 

Ability to communicate with developers and technology managers in their language. 

Strong executive, analytical, problem solving, and communication skills 

Strong content instincts and the ability to communicate them 

Experience overseeing effective systems of content creation 

A gift for recruiting, managing, and inspiring a visual team 

A passion for connecting with a general-interest audience, and helping users connect with each other to make their lives better

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Multimedia Photo Creator, Men's Health

Men's Health, the world's largest men's magazine, is looking for an enthusiastic, inspired, collaborative, and well-organized multimedia image creator, with the ability to photograph products and portraits to join our team in the New York office! The creator is a hybrid of sorts, gifted and inquisitive about visual approaches to storytelling and with a willingness to learn on the job as we explore new approaches. They will primarily work on FOB sections for the print publication, but will also contribute creative support to online and social initiatives. 

The main responsibilities include:
Conceptualizing and pitching photo treatments for print, web, and social platforms with the director of photography, creative director, art directors and editors.
Executing all aspects of photo shoot production: researching, pitching and assigning photographers, casting and hiring talent, hiring and managing stylists and prop designers, securing locations and permits, selecting wardrobe, scouting locations, generating estimates and staying on budget
Photographing products and portraits, on occasion in the office studio.
Researching superior and brand appropriate images for print and offering creative input on web and social initiatives.

The ideal candidate will possess:
5 (+) years of photo editing experience in an editorial magazine setting, and have demonstrated shoot production experience, excellent contacts with photographers, agents, stock houses, model and stylist agencies, etc.
Experience with photographing still life in a studio setting and portraits.
Strong problem-solving skills, resourcefulness, and meticulous attention to detail, with a commitment to high quality work
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills, with the ability to juggle multiple projects across platforms, meet deadlines and communicate throughout the process
Enthusiasm for incredible images, a can-do attitude, and ability to work both independently and as a part of a team.

Graphic Designer - Bloomingdale's

Bloomingdales has an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated, passionate Print Graphic Designer to join our in-house creative team. We are looking for a candidate with strong conceptual skills and exceptional talent in graphic design. The Print Graphic Designer is responsible for creating on-brand print executions for Men's, Home, Kids, Registry and Outlet departments and reports to the Associate Creative Director. Essential Functions: • Design contemporary & exciting print creative for all of the above departments; • Support, ACD, SAD & AD in developing concepts, designs & moodboards; • Develop campaign branding, print catalogs, promotional editorial, newspaper & magazine ads and various promotional print materials; • Comfortable taking projects from brief to execution in a fast paced environment; • Creation of formats and comprehensive layouts, mood boards, manipulation of references for presentation purposes, preparation of production ready files; • Implementing efficient workflows, processes & design specs for production; • Engage with internal & external clients, creative, photographers and pre-production; teams in color management and retouching; • Research and maintain creative reference libraries for print design, typography, photography, fashion, home, food and culture trends; • Act as a department ambassador for each FOB.

Graphic Designer

We are looking for a talented graphic designer who is capable of bringing a brand-focused perspective to the visual world of Urbanspace from original concepts for brand initiatives, customer experience design, environmental / signage, logo development, website type and layout direction, marketing and brand collateral, events, corporate documents and more. You will be part of building and evolving the Urbanspace brand across multiple platforms, including: digital, print, photo, video. Urbanspace cultivates experiences and creates marketplaces. Our community is made up of creative and inspiring entrepreneurs and curious and vibrant customers - we strive to bring them compelling, unique experiences and design is an integral part of this. We are a fast growing and innovative team based in downtown NYC not far from Union Square. … MORE

Multimedia Photo Creator

Men's Health, the world's largest men's magazine, is looking for an enthusiastic, inspired, collaborative, and well-organized multimedia image creator, with the ability to photograph products and portraits to join our team in the New York office! The creator is a hybrid of sorts, gifted and inquisitive about visual approaches to storytelling and with a willingness to learn on the job as we explore new approaches. They will primarily will work on FOB sections for the print publication, but will also contribute creative support to online and social initiatives. The main responsibilities include:

Art Director, Dallas Observer

Dallas Observer has an immediate opening for an experienced editorial art director for both its online and in-print publications. The art director is responsible for all multimedia efforts, primarily overseeing photography which includes slide shows, as well as videography and illustration. He/she must be able to conceptualize and produce modern, sophisticated, and vibrant design for online presentations, covers, features, and special sections. This individual must be an exceptionally creative designer who has experience commissioning high-quality videography, photography and illustration, negotiating fees, clearing rights and managing a budget. The art director will balance strong leadership with strong collaboration in order to thrive in a team environment.

Designer, New York Magazine

New York magazine seeks a Designer to join its print art department. The designer will work primarily on The Strategist section, which focuses on food, home, shopping, and urban living. This is a great opportunity for a motivated, hard-working designer to work at an ASME award-winning magazine with some of the best creative and editorial minds in the business. The candidate will work closely with the art director and must be able to work in a highly collaborative environment, alongside other designers, photo editors, and editors under very tight deadlines. Time management skills and the ability to juggle multiple projects and deadlines are essential. As part of the art team, the designer will work on other sections as well as other print or digital editorial projects as needed.

Digital Art Director

Digital Art Director Mother Jones, which recently won the Magazine of the Year award from the American Society of Magazine Editors, is looking for a digital art director to push the visual story-telling envelope, improve our UX, and discover new ways to connect with our readers. You: Live and breathe great design and have a strong foundation in typography, photography, illustration, and usability. And you love journalism, and know that right now is an incredible moment to bring the two together for a big impact. You relish both big-picture brainstorming and hands-on design work. You're a nimble, even-tempered multitasker who enjoys the magic of conjuring great work from a limited budget and staff. You want design that is smart but not prissy, groundbreaking but approachable, eye-opening, not head-scratching. Us: A reader-supported, nonprofit news organization that publishes a torrent of original reporting each day on our site, in addition to our gorgeous bimonthly print magazine. You will work closely with a talented art, photo and production team and reporters and editors committed to innovation. With a great team and an Ozzie-winning redesign in place, we look forward to innovating on the reader experience, including the design of marquee stories and engagement projects. You'll work on everything from fast-turnaround photo illustrations to longer-term premier projects (such as the massive private prison expose we published last year, or our Russia scandal vertical) and a new initiative to incorporate documentary filmmaking and animation into the newsroom workflow. We're particularly interested in candidates with UX as well as design chops--and, of course, you'll bring your expertise to the print product too, helping to ensure that powerful, in-depth reporting shines across all our channels. We're looking for someone who'll light our imaginations on fire, but who relishes teamwork in a breaking news environment where the art and design staff are not walled off from the journalists; who is eager to be a part of an organization that is designed for the future, not the past. This position is based in our San Francisco office; remote is not an option.

Assistant Art Director

Los Angeles Magazine is seeking a talented, energetic and inspired Assistant Art Director to join its creative team. This person will be part of a 4 person art department and report directly to the Design Director. This person will work closely with both art and edit teams to produce a wide range of editorial content from food to fashion. The Assistant Art Director will design front and back of book sections of the magazine as well as occasional features. Successful candidates will possess a high level of design sophistication, a keen eye for photography, illustration, and have exceptional typography skills. The Assistant Art Directors primary responsibility will be designing for the Los Angeles magazine but he/she will also contribute to other in-house ancillary titles as well. Will help provide design needs for digital and social platforms, as needed.

DIGITAL+PRINT MARKETING SR. DESIGNER

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DIGITAL+PRINT MARKETING SR. DESIGNER

We are seeking a designer to join the advertising/marketing team (NOT editorial) who can seamlessly transition between print and digital. The ideal candidate is responsible for ideating concepts and creating designs in a collaborative marketing environment. He/she must possess a sophisticated design and typographic aesthetic, keen understanding of digital, print, and experiential design. A plus: an interest in topics relating to the men's space. This design team supports Wired, GQ, Pitchfork, and Golf brands of Condé Nast. RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Manage and participate in ideation, creation and delivery of: - Co-branded ads (print, mobile and digital) - High-impact custom ad units (digital) - Branding design for events and conferences (including the overall look and feel) - Assist in production on video/photoshoots - Design sales materials and Keynote presentations - Advertorials (print & tablet) - Illustration and infographic creation

Children Magazine Art Director

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Designer

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Performance Objectives 
Short-term: 
• Become familiar with OSU brand guidelines 
• Establish style guidelines 
• Understand what makes University Marketing at Ohio State special while also understanding what differentiates our magazine from our competitors 
Long-term: 
• Solidify the appropriate outside resources 
• Establish partnerships with the production/print stakeholders 
• Increase the engagement of young alumni 
• Broaden audience appeal 
• Increase positive readership feedback 
• Improve advertising strategy to tighten standards and better integrate with content

Experience Requirements 
The ideal candidate will have proven layout experience, be equally comfortable directing and doing, and be both inspired and inspiring to others. He/she will thoroughly understand the nuances of printing, be comfortable managing others and partnering with both internal and external teams, and be an effective communicator of vision. 

Closing Statement 
The Ohio State University is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation or gender identity, national origin, disability status, or protected veteran status. 

How to Apply 

Please visit: http://osujoblinks.com/nvnb You may also visit http://www.advancement.osu.edu/ to find out more about University Advancement.

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Working at ESPN is unlike anything else. That's because we're always finding new ways to interact with fans - however and wherever they connect with sports. When you have the latest technology, game-changing ideas and world-class talent on your team, every day is extraordinary.

Description
Are you passionate about telling great stories in the digital space? Are you self-motivated and a natural problem-solver? The editorial design group at ESPN.com is looking for an entrepreneurial Senior Designer to join our growing team up in sunny Bristol Connecticut. This position reports to the Digital Art Director. The ideal candidate will work alongside editors and other content partners to execute innovative and ambitious storytelling experiences from start to finish. 

Responsibilities
Pitch, prototype and develop innovative storytelling features for both timely news stories and longer term projects.
Develop advanced handwritten front-end code that follows web standards.
Establish and maintain relationships with editors and other content partners.
Follow established ESPN style guides.

Basic Qualifications
Qualified candidates must have 4+ years of experience working within the field of web design, and possess the following characteristics:
Must have an advanced knowledge in typography, design hierarchy, data visualization and layout.
Ability to work under tight deadlines.
Demonstrated ability to convert Photoshop/Illustrator designs to pixel-perfect HTML/CSS
Advanced knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite - Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign
Intimate knowledge of Mac and general PC knowledge.
Preferred Qualifications
Working within a full responsive website.
Data Visualization experience.
Assigned illustrations
Experience working within the news industry

Required Education
High School Diploma

Preferred Education
Bachelor's Degree

How to Apply


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Art Director, Editorial Design to join Dujour Media's Creative team

Job Description:
This position will report to the Creative Director and will work very closely with the editors/photo department on the daily production of the quarterly luxury print magazine and digital platform as needed. Duties include art direction for FOB features including infographic and design elements; Managing outside resources, including vendors, illustrators and designers 
This is a freelance position to start immediately through mid-March with the opportunity of full time thereafter.

Requirements: 
- At least 5-8 years as a Designer/Art Director
- Master of current digital design tools such as Adobe CS
- Creative & tasteful problem solving for relationships between image and type
- Good judgement as to what works to drive audience and engagement  
- Proven management skills 
- Can work in a fast-paced environment 
- Familiarity with pop culture, fashion, trends


Send inquiries including samples of work to:
anthony.rotunno@dujour.com
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DuJour is the award-winning luxury lifestyle brand that covers celebrities, travel, food and wine, fashion, beauty, fitness, design, business and technology. Our stories run the gamut: An issue might feature an investigative piece on a socialite's murder in Aspen, alongside a gorgeous travel spread about an exclusive private island. The magazine, which launched in 2012, is distributed via print and digital platforms to an audience of more than 3 million affluent men and women.
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BloodHorse LLC, the leading provider of information and news for the Thoroughbred industry has an opening for its Production Director in its Lexington, Kentucky office. The Creative Services Director supervises the production of multiple cross-platform products, which entails active involvement through all phases of pre-production, planning, production, schedule, execution and distribution in a cost-effective and time sensitive manner. The Director is responsible for defining strategy and developing, executing, and managing comprehensive production plan for various print and digital products. Responsibilities include communicating with customers, management, internal departments, and vendors to coordinate overall publishing effort in accordance with corporate goals. The Director plays an integral role in improving efficiencies within publishing cycle and leads and directs a forward-thinking team including both print and online graphic artists and production professionals. Duties Include: • Directs general operations of production team, including establishing operating and strategic priorities and serving as liaison with editors, sales representatives and publisher. • Responsible for daily production operations including book markups, quality control, timeline management and digital advertising placement. • Develops and maintains production schedules for magazines in both print and tablet format, brochures, and online promotional campaigns. • Responsible for obtaining quotes and bids for all publications/projects and manages all manufacturing vendor relationships. • Prepares and manages $2,000,000 budget. • Approves all manufacturing invoices. • Responsible for 10+ titles schedules, budgets, quality, communication and delivery. • Provide leadership and direction to marketing associates to guide the creation of promotional materials, and ensure congruence with objectives. • Track, project and report statistics of advertising and editorial values. • Structure, hire, train and supervise production team. Knowledge and Skill requirements ▪ Prior experience in print magazine publishing. ▪ Significant experience managing multiple titles, outside developers, internal/external resources. ▪ Proficiency in Excel, Word, Adobe Indesign, Photoshop and Illustrator and all file formats generated by these applications. ▪ Knowledge of XML data use within templated InDesign documents ▪ Strong background in Acrobat and all versions of PDF's and their uses. ▪ Must know all facets and pitfalls of digital file transfers including email, FTP, CD, DVD, etc. ▪ Must be familiar with standard project accounting procedures. ▪ Understanding of postal requirements for periodicals. ▪ Must know Mac OS and be comfortable in a Windows environment. ▪ Must have a thorough understanding of font management software as well as all types of fonts and font problems. ▪ Knowledge of ad serving systems and processes a plus. ▪ Able to handle multiple projects simultaneously in a deadline-driven environment ▪ Must have excellent trouble shooting skills, strong organizational skills and be able to learn new technologies on the fly. Working Conditions • Normal office environment. • Some after hours work is required to meet deadlines. • Will be required to perform other duties as requested, directed or assigned.

Art Director, Digital & Print

• Contribute to creative strategy with Chief Creative Officer and Head of Content • Execute creative strategy in collaboration with content and cross-functional teams • Oversee and implement the cross-platform photo strategy for magazine and all digital channels • Work with designers, illustrators, and photographers to conceive and execute layouts in print • Create and maintain evolving style guide for brand photography and images • Oversee production and quality of final digital artwork for digital initiatives • Collaborate with product and development team to achieve accurate, platform-specific versions of designed layouts • Ensure accurate and efficient production and evolution of content templates • Partner with marketing and merchant teams to design on brand, digital experiences for digital with an eye to performance and ease of use • Assist in generation of ideas to optimize the brand's customer digital experience • Innovate to improve integration of commerce and engagement online • Work with digital creative partners to evolve web style guide and standards • Manage and mentor team members • Provide timely, productive and motivational feedback to designers and team members

Digital Media Designer

Salon Media (publisher of Salon.com) is hiring a full-time digital media designer to work in our NYC office. We are a fast-paced, high-volume editorial environment and we want a talented professional who is pro-active, efficient, and proficient. The ideal candidate will be skilled in Photoshop, Illustrator, and interactive graphics and data visualizations using javascript and HTML5. The designer will be responsible for creating interactive content from the bottom up, building interactivity for final use upon the site. This interactive content will include infographics and animated branding elements as well as modeled and rendered text treatments and graphics for our video team. The designer will also be responsible for generating artistic and eye-catching static images to be used as featured images for stories on the site, all while being faithful to Salon's voice and brand. Please include a link to a diverse portfolio of dynamic work in Photoshop, Illustrator, and interactive media. Excellent interpersonal and communication skills are a must.

Assistant Photo Editor

We (Topix Media Lab) are on the hunt for an associate photo editor-- Job includes stock research and management of other photo resources, light retouching (silhouetting, darkening/lightening behind text, extending images) credits and budget management etc we are a small publishing company based in the financial district. We create special issue newsstand-only magazines for a wide variety of clients such as Disney, Marvel, Dreamworks, Nickelodeon, Newsweek, Investigation Discovery, CBS, and on and on--take a look at our online store to get an idea of the kind of products we create: http://onnewsstandsnow.com Cool, right? We are looking to fill this position ASAP. We need someone who is independent and able to juggle multiple projects in a very fast-paced (but super fun) environment. We are a true "lab" in that we create every magazine in-house with an amazingly talented team of writers, editors, designers and photo editors This position includes full health benefits and paid vacation

Designer, Editorial Design, GoodHousekeeping.com/HouseBeautiful.com

Hearst Digital Media is seeking a Designer, Editorial to join the Creative team working on the visual design for GoodHousekeeping.com, and Housebeautiful.com and their social media channels. Job Description This position will report in to the Creative Director of HDM and will work closely with the editors of GoodHousekeeping.com, and Housebeautiful.com to create visual design that furthers the story telling on each site, and brand standards. In the position you will work in a high paced environment and in close partnership with photo editors, and the project manager and other designers to create best in class designs. Responsibilities: - Create info-graphics, and design elements for digital features - Work closely with five visual designers, to meet daily design needs - Work on projects from concept to postproduction making sure we meet brand standards and timelines - Study the marketplace, assessing where GoodHousekeeping.com, and Housebeautiful.com work stands against competitors' and ensure that we are ahead of the curve - Great at creative problem solving - Familiarity with pop culture, fashion, and trends - Drive constant improvement in HDM's quality, capabilities, and creative innovation Requirements: - At least 5 years experience as a digital designer - Experience working with Production Designers - Excellent at producing of shareable, digital-friendly content, and mobile - Excellent at using typography and type design - Master of current digital design tools such as Adobe CS - Experience in creating gifs and motion graphics a plus

Art Director, Editorial Design, Digital

Hearst Digital Media is seeking an Art Director, Editorial Design to join the Creative team overseeing the visual design team that supports all of our 18 sites, including Elle.com, MarieClaire.com, CountryLiving.com, Esquire.com, GoodHousekeeping.com, and harpersbazaar.com. Job Description This position will report in to the Creative Director of HDM and will work closely with the editors on all of the HDM brands to create visual design that furthers the story telling on each site. You will work in close partnership with the Photo, Product, and UX teams. Responsibilities: - Responsible for the visual identity for all of the HDM sites - Create direction for digital features including infographics, design elements - All work created with an eye to audience - Use available analytics to understand content performance - Oversee a team of approximately 8 visual designers - Manage and direct process, capabilities, tools and goals for the creative team across all brands - Study the marketplace, assessing where HDM work stands against competitors' and ensure that we are ahead of the curve - Ability to work under tight deadlines and multiple projects simultaneously - Drive constant improvement in HDM's quality and capabilities - Experience in creating gifs and directing motion graphics designers - Managing outside resources, including vendors, illustrators and designers Requirements: - At least 8 years as a Designer / Art Director - Proven creative leadership skills; Design/Art management background - Excellent at producing shareable, digital-friendly content - Good judgment as to what works to drive audience and engagement in digital media - Familiarity with pop culture, fashion, trends - Master of current digital design tools such as Adobe CS as well as developing design technologies and workflows - Must be a bridge-builder, working with teams that have uniquely different experiences together to build great digital products

Photo Editor, Miami

Ink Publishing Corporation - Miami, FL 33134 American Airlines, the world's largest airline, has a new exciting opportunity for a talented photo editor, working on American Way, Celebrated Living and Nexos. This would be a full-time position working on-site in our Coral Gables, Miami office. These magazines have an incredible reach; being read by up to 16 million passengers a month. At Ink we aim to produce magazines with a difference, so it's vital that the candidate is a creative self-starter, confident in multitasking all parts of the job, both in print and digital. They must be organized and happy to work as part of a small team. The ideal candidate must be passionate about all aspects of photo editing and be able to champion one of the world's biggest brands. We are a global company and communicating and working positively with the head office in London is a vital part of the role. The Role - The Photo Director's responsibilities will include idea collaboration, planning, and executing the magazine's photography. You will be responsible for directing, producing, and procuring all images in the magazine including front-of-book sections, features, and covers. You must adhere to the deadlines and budget set for the title and ensure that the work is of the highest standard. You should have an understanding of the brand and work to its style.

Director of Photography / Los Angeles Magazine

Los Angeles magazine is seeking an experienced, creative, and collaborative Photography Director in our Los Angeles office. The Photo Director's responsibilities will include idea collaboration, planning, and executing the magazine's photography. We are looking for a highly collaborative individual who enjoys new challenges and the art of magazine making. You will pitch and produce top-quality photo shoots, including fashion and photo-journalism, as well as oversee the research of stock photography. You will work in conjunction with editors and art directors to make a visually exciting editorial product. You will hire photographers to help bring a fresh eye to the diverse content and pages of Los Angeles magazine. You will set up and produce all photo shoots-- which include booking studios, photographers, models, and stylists--as well as keep on budget and maintain the monthly Art budget. The ideal candidate is: • An expert in presenting people, lifestyle, food, and fashion images that tell the rich visual story of L.A. • Strong with conceptual photography, has a creative spirit and "Can Do" attitude. You will need to have the ability to match the right photographer with assignment to reflect the tone and content of the story • Highly organized and has a flexible, open approach to work and collaboration • Communicative, with a clear approach to keeping editors and art directors updated on the status of photos • Connected to professional photographers in L.A. but also keeping an eye out for new talent • An explorer of LA. Whether it's a hot new restaurant, a concert at the Hollywood Bowl, or an art show at LACMA you should be invested in diving into L.A.'s culture • A brand builder: The monthly magazine is just one part of the Los Angeles brand. You have a desire to make great photographic content not just for the magazine, but you will work closely with the digital team to create the digital visual look and feel of our brand • Well-versed in digital interactive design • Experienced in working with production and pre-press to ensure color correction and great looking final images • Has an up-to-date knowledge of photo and image best usage practices for social media platforms such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook • Detail-oriented in relation to getting all pertinent information for captions and credits

Art Assistant / Afar Magazine SF

AFAR Media is seeking an eager and enthusiastic art assistant to support the three tiers of the art department; design, photo and digital, with the majority of their projects and responsibilities supporting design and about a quarter spent supporting digital and photo. Art/Design -Responsible for concepting, researching, designing front of book (FOB) and back of book magazine pages, and seeing them through completion -Responsible for preparing files for pre-press -Responsible for keeping the magazine issue planning layouts and art space up-to-date and tidy. -Assist Art Director and Creative Director with any daily responsibilities and tasks as assigned Digital - Support design for all web projects - Assist in creating interactive prototypes in InVision - Create animated gifs Photo -Contribute to content for all digital needs : Assist with Instagram (posting, managing imagery, creating original content, concepting/producing videos), producing short and long form videos for online, researching and sourcing imagery for various digital needs - Hone their visual understanding of what makes a good photograph for the AFAR brand -Assist with photo shoot production: oversee merchandise and propping

Digital Media Designer

Trusted Media Brands is seeking a Digital Media Designer to join our White Plains, NY editorial and digital teams to work on rd.com. You'll be responsible for photo research, designing slideshow templates and style guides, simple motion (video slideshows, gifs, etc) and maintaining photo/design credits on rd.com. This is a photo and design position that lies within the digital and editorial teams. - Point person for all visuals for rd.com and social media channels - Working under the Site Director, Photo Director and Creative Director for the Reader's Digest brand - Photo research of royalty free images that need a photo or design treatment to make them unique to rd.com - Experiment with new, fresh visuals and amazing design elements to keep rd.com relevant - Work efficiently to art multiple story posts everyday - Help concept and art direct what can be photographed in house - Oversee freelance photo researcher(s) - Manage workflow alongside Site Director to ensure multiple slideshows and visual posts go up everyday - Update and follow digital style guide to ensure consistent experiences over rd.com

Designer, American Airlines Magazines, Miami

American Airlines, the world's largest airline, has a new exciting opportunity for a talented designer, working on American Way and Celebrated Living, run out of Ink's Miami office. These magazines have an incredible reach; being read by up to 16 million passengers a month. At Ink we aim to produce magazines with a difference, so it's vital that the candidate is a creative self-starter, confident in working on projects from the ground up. They must be organized and happy to work as part of a small team. The ideal candidate must be passionate about all aspects of magazine design and be able to champion one of the world's biggest brands. We are a global company and communicating and working positively with the head office in London is a vital part of the role. 

The Role 
- Day to day design of the magazines, assisting with photo shoots and commissioning artwork
- Working with Editors and the Art Director in the planning and production of the titles 
- Preparing files for print 
- Image researching 
- Adhering to the deadlines and budget set for the title 
- Ensuring that the work is of the highest standard 
- Commissioning illustrations and photography 
- Understanding the brand and working to style

Designer: This Old House magazine

This Old House magazine is looking for a designer to work in our Stamford, Connecticut office.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Designing front-of-book departments and stories for This Old House magazine, working with the marketing department to create native advertising and other projects, designing for our website and other digital platforms, and creating brand identity materials.

This is not an entry-level job, but is perfect for someone who wants to work in a multi-platform situation with a wide variety of design projects. We're a small company, so everyone truly does everything. There's lots of room to grow and lots of work to be done. This Old House is located on the waterfront in Stamford, Connecticut. It's an easy drive from Westchester and Southwest Connecticut, and there are many express trains leaving Manhattan from Grand Central and Harlem 125th Street. If you have more questions about the job (or the commute), you can send queries to bob.newman@thisoldhouse.com.

Senior Designer, Variety

Variety seeks a passionate and talented full-time Senior Designer to collaborate with the creative team on its weekly magazine. The position must hit the ground running, ready to work primarily on designing front and back of book sections, features, assign illustration and collaborate with editors. We seek energy and intelligence in the candidate's work, which is key to our book and lends itself well to our editorial team's in-depth news and analytical approach. Attention to detail and working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite is required. Qualifications: • Works well both independently and collaboratively • A positive attitude and a strong work ethic • Develop original design concepts and deliver polished visual designs • Highly organized and able to prioritize • At least 2 years of experience in consumer publishing • Able to thrive in a fast-paced and highly creative environment • Agility in collaborating closely with art, photo and editorial staffs Job Responsibilities: • Designing front and back of the book pages • Designing features • Assigning illustration • Working with editors on content generation • Continued evolution of design and brand

Scientific Illustrator

Science's Digital Media Design group is currently seeking an enthusiastic, hard-working, scientific illustrator to join its creative team. The ideal candidate will not only have strong illustration and design sensibilities, but will also excel in assembling and telling visual stories utilizing complex scientific data. This is a full-time position reporting directly to the Graphics Managing Editor. Major duties and responsibilities: • Create scientific visualizations and illustrations in tight deadlines for online scientific journals (Science Translational Medicine, Science Signaling, Science Immunology, and Science Robotics). • Research and create digital and print visualizations, illustrations and information graphics for the Perspectives and News sections of Science magazine. • Participate in the planning and design of interactive graphics. • Collaborate with Producers to promote our work on the website and social networks.

Photo Director

The Village Voice is looking for a Photography Director who is a strong leader and is excited at the prospect of building a team and exploring new platforms. We are looking for a highly collaborative individual who enjoys new challenges. You will: Build and manage a team of photo editors for multiple platforms Pitch and produce top-quality photo shoots, including fashion and photo-journalism Oversee the budget for research and original photography Work in conjunction with the edit and art teams to make a great editorial product Hire photographers to help bring a fresh voice to the ever-evolving brand

Senior Art Director at Avon NA

The Senior Art Director will be part of the team that produces the creative for the North American brochure, as well as the Avon Living magalog and future projects 
This position reports to the ACD and works in collaboration with the Marketing group to bring creative briefs from concept to reality. 

This position requires strong typography and layout skills, the ability to see big picture strategy and apply it to even the small details, and to make decisions quickly and thoughtfully.

He/She must have the ability and experience to concept, organize and direct a photoshoot from start to finish.  A background in lifestyle and home is a plus. This position also requires someone who embraces collaboration, and is passionate about home, fashion, beauty, and style.

Senior Art Director at Avon NA

The Senior Art Director will be part of the team that produces the creative for the North American brochure, as well as the Avon Living magalog and future projects 
This position reports to the ACD and works in collaboration with the Marketing group to bring creative briefs from concept to reality. 

This position requires strong typography and layout skills, the ability to see big picture strategy and apply it to even the small details, and to make decisions quickly and thoughtfully.

He/She must have the ability and experience to concept, organize and direct a photoshoot from start to finish.  A background in lifestyle and home is a plus. This position also requires someone who embraces collaboration, and is passionate about home, fashion, beauty, and style.

Assistant Photo Editor

Reader's Digest needs an Assistant Photo Editor based out of our White Plains, NY office just outside of Manhattan. Under the Photography Director you would be acquiring and editing photos as well as shooting original images for Reader's Digest magazine, website and social media sites. Responsibilities: -Shooting original photography for print and rd.com -Retouching in house images and marking up images for retouching -Photo studio and prop closet management -Photo production for front of book departments -Stock research and licensing -Organizing caption and credit information -Booking travel for photographers and subjects -Attaining model releases from all subjects -On set production assistance -Tracking of monthly photo budgets and estimates -Managing contracts, W-9s, invoices from photographers and other vendors -Sending out issues and tear-sheets -Occasional scanning -Pulling swipe for monthly art brainstorming meetings -Sourcing and purchasing props for in-house shoots Experience: 1-2 years experience in an editorial photo department and shooting photography. Knowledge of Canon/DSLR equipment, strobe lighting equipment, photo research, large format scanning, photo archiving both physically and digitally, retouching, color correction, resizing images and file management. Knowledge of current editorial photographers, styles and lighting techniques. Videography and video editing experience a plus. Education: BA in photography, or equivalent.

Art Director

The Wall Street Journal is seeking a lead art director for its award-winning weekend Off Duty section. Must have an impeccable design aesthetic and outstanding typographic skills. Must be able to take conceptual ideas and using photos, graphics and illustrations tell stories visually. Must be able to work closely and seamlessly with editors and other visual team members. The ideal candidate will be creative, a collaborator and an innovator. The art director will own the stories for all publishing platforms. Must have outstanding organizational skills and be able to multitask, working on multiple editions simultaneously. Proven ability working with lifestyle content a definite plus. The art director must be capable of completing pages according to specifications of the weekly advertising edition plan. Will also be required to present stories in accordance with the well-established high-standards of the global WSJ. Responsible for meeting all edition deadlines and ensuring the maintenance of quality assurance. Candidate should be able to work in both Macintosh and PC operating systems. Software Requirements: Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Acrobat. Experience with EidosMedia's Methode system a plus. Candidate should have five to ten years experience or equivalent in newspaper or magazine design. Proven ability to work as a member of a team under deadline a must.

Art Director/South magazine

Savannah Georgia... Join Team South in the heart of downtown Savannah...eclectic & creative coastal city! South magazine--the award winning publication that celebrates the style of the new South--has an amazing career opportunity for a full time Art Director in our Savannah, GA office. A successful candidate will be an experienced individual with an innovative and contemporary style. Prior design experience in magazine layout required and digital is a plus.

Graphic Designer, Innovation & Ad Marketing

The New York Times Advertising department is looking for a well-rounded Graphic Designer to create beautiful and effective visual communication in support of our Creative Strategy team. The Graphic Designer will oversee the creative development and packaging of advertising opportunities, reporting directly to the Associate Creative Director. The Graphic Designer will also oversee brainstorms, design and production of all visual assets associated with a given campaign at the marketing stage. This role will exist amongst the larger Ad Innovation and Marketing team, providing a great opportunity to play a key role in the design, development and communication of all new ad products and editorial sponsorships at the Times. Job Requirements: Work closely with a Associate Creative Director to create visually compelling work that stands out across the industry. Produce storyboards, wireframes and mocks necessary to guide storytelling of beautiful, original, and creative advertising experiences for Times readers Create visual designs that address business, brand, market, and user requirements, including the design and production of marketing elements, content treatment, and user interface elements Ability to work well in collaborative environment with other designers, writers, developers and producers Have a great visual and typographic sensibility Brainstorm and collaborate with teams in Ad Product, Core Product and Newsroom to visually communicate cross-platform programs and experiences for clients. Be confident and not afraid to contribute innovative ideas to shape effective ad experiences across digital, mobile, print and video platforms. Experience Requirements: Positive and enthusiastic attitude BA/BFA in Graphic Design / Digital Media Design 4+ years of marketing / advertising / design experience Good strategic, conceptual skills and a solid knowledge of the digital landscape Self starter--Ability to work independently as well as in cross-functional groups Strong knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite Fluency in the fundamentals of design and detail-oriented Strong eye for layout design and typography Excellent organizational and communication skills Strong project/time management and multitasking abilities Interests in advertising, marketing, media, social media and branding Eagerness to produce powerful campaigns and be part of a bigger team Ability to prioritize and manage work, adhering to critical project timelines in a fast-paced environment Preferred Qualifications: Fluent in the full Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch and Keynote Experience creating wireframes, sketches, UI and final visual design for desktop, mobile and tablet (and all production methods associated with each) Strong portfolio showing previous visual and interaction design work

Designer, Science Digital Media

Science's award-winning Digital Media Design group has an immediate opening for a highly motivated designer to join its creative team. The ideal candidate is a visual storyteller with a strong typographic sensibility and a sharp eye for detail. Reporting to the Design Director, this position works directly with editors, writers, and the photo and graphics teams in a fast-paced editorial environment. This position will be responsible for the weekly design of multiple sections of the magazine. Major duties and responsibilities: • Design pages for Departments, News, and Insights sections • Art direct conceptual illustrations • Collaborate with writers, editors, illustrators, and digital media department • Create graphics for print and web • Print layouts for weekly reviews • Upload images to digital asset management system • Manage award entries • Assist design colleagues as needed Minimum requirements: • Bachelor's degree in graphic design or similar field preferred. A solid grounding in basic science education, intellectual curiosity about science, and comfort with scientific ideas is essential • A high level of design sophistication with an eye for the detail that makes good design great • Keen eye for photography and illustration, and exceptional typography skills • Work well under pressure, multitask, and adhere to tight deadlines • Must be detail-oriented, organized, and a good communicator • Be able to take direction well, and work both independently and collaboratively • In-depth knowledge of Adobe CC (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop) • Working knowledge of K4/InCopy/InDesign workflow a plus • Experience in a deadline-driven magazine environment a plus This is a full-time position located in our offices in Washington D.C. AAAS is an EO employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, or other protected category. AAAS uses E-Verify to confirm the employment eligibility of all newly hired employees.

Associate Creative Director

Summary: Manifest seeks a highly creative and collaborative Associate Creative Director to join CBS Watch! magazine in our New York City office. This position requires superb design skills, an eye for typography, a flexible disposition and the ability to work creatively with editorial and photo teams. This role reports to the Group Creative Director. Responsibilities: • Laying out and assisting in the oversight of features, covers and department art plans with the Creative Director • Lead on all special sections • Collaboration. Able to work effectively with others • Can juggle multiple projects at once • Client facing communication • Comfortable art directing photo shoots Requirements: - At least 8 years as a member of a design team at a major consumer publication - Superior typography, layout, and design skills is a MUST - Ability to create clear mood boards that communicate conceptual and aesthetic direction of stories - Ability to understand the editorial mission of a story and present creative solutions to help the reader - Communication and experience working directly with clients (you must be flexible and able to collaborate effectively with editorial staff) - Meticulous attention to detail - Extremely creative and able to articulate vision

Deputy Art Director-Martha Stewart Weddings

Under the direction of the Design Director, this position conceptualizes, art directs and designs the assigned pages for each magazine issue. The Deputy AD works seamlessly with editors and stylists and photographers to create content that is within the visual direction of the magazine to make choices that maintain the creative vision, brand, and standard of quality. This position interacts with editors, stylists, the photography and production departments in addition to many outside freelance creatives. The Deputy AD also hires and manages the department interns, serves as mentor and advisor to the Associate Art Director and will assist on Martha Stewart Living as needed. Packaging design and branding experience a plus. Essential Job Functions 30% Story Concept Development: Works seamlessly across departments to plan and conceptualize stories. Communicates clearly and organizes the visual approach of each story. 30% Layout: Design, produce, and execute layouts per Design Director's vision. Maintain quality and consistent graphic design. Produce consistent charts and information graphics as required. 20% Photography Direction: Direct assigned photo shoots to ensure quality imagery for the magazine. Work with photo coordinator to assign and hire photographers for produced shoots. 15% Production Quality: Monitor and maintain all production deadlines for yourself within assigned departments. Adjust all page proofs as needed and be aware of all design standards. 5% Service: Executes all additional duties requested by Design Director.

Photo Editor, News (LA)

Buzzfeed News is looking for an energetic and hard working full-time Photo Editor in our Los Angeles office. Candidates must have a strong understanding of the newsroom, mobile web and social web environments and how photos travel on multiple platforms. You would be a part of small, face-paced art department within the newsroom. You will play an integral part in the editorial process from sourcing appropriate imagery to assigning reportage, feature and entertainment photography. Primary Responsibilities: Doing deep photo research and processing strong images for all Buzzfeed platforms. Working with our editors and writers to secure permissions and contacts for assigned stories. Collaborating with the rest of the news art dept to source / assign / photograph striking and sharable imagery. Produce entertainment / celebrity related shoots as well as art direct on set. Assign and manage freelance photographers as needed. Writing and editing captions, process images for output, light retouching, and managing metadata Provide immediate photo coverage of large-scale news events and breaking news situations. Pitch and post photo stories and concepts. Who you are: A self-motivated visual storyteller with a deep love for photography, photographers and the image making process. Someone's who's detail-oriented and comfortable balancing a variety of assignments (large and small). Has an editorial background and interest in creating powerful imagery to tell news stories on mobile as well as social platforms. Someone who is deeply resourceful and takes great pride and satisfaction in delivering that perfect image that isn't everywhere.

Art Director

Cooking Light is recruiting a highly motivated Art Director with a passion for food photography and design to work in our Birmingham, Alabama office. Reporting to the Creative Director, the Art Director is responsible for art directing photography on location and in the new state-of-the art Time Inc. Food Studios. The Art Director will also commission and oversee illustration and package and design stories, while maintaining the overall design quality and integrity of our print and digital platforms-- from design to production.

Creative Director, The Atlantic

The Atlantic, a brand with a 159-year heritage of outstanding writing and design, is seeking a Creative Director to oversee art direction across all its editorial platforms--including the magazine, the website, video, mobile apps, and live events. Position in Brief Reporting to the Editor in Chief, the Creative Director will be responsible for elevating The Atlantic's design while maintaining its core sensibility and spirit. He or she will conceive and execute superlative magazine covers, manage the art department staff, collaborate with editors and outside vendors such as photographers and illustrators, manage work schedules and budgets, and help set the strategic direction of The Atlantic.

Photo Editor

Cincinnati Magazine is seeking a Photo Editor to start immediately. The qualified candidate should be an enthusiastic, ambitious, and creative thinker who works well within a collaborative team environment. Candidate will work on all aspects of pre/post-production for the creation of high-quality still photos for editorial and custom content for use on Cincinnati Magazine print publications and website. Candidate must be extremely organized and detail-oriented. They should have excellent communication skills, work under tight deadlines, be comfortable taking direction, and be knowledgeable of all aspects of photography. Candidate should be capable of taking photographs for print and web. The Photo Editor's responsibilities will include idea collaboration, planning, and executing the magazine and ancillary magazine's photography and photo illustrations. They will also need to source and maintain props.

Designer

Guerrero Howe has an award-winning graphic design team that is dedicated to producing high-quality content. We are looking for the next creative, like-minded individual to join our staff--that's where you come in.   We are seeking a talented graphic designer to join our design team. This designer will develop holistic brand experiences across multiple platforms as assigned by the senior designer. The designer will work independently as well as collaboratively with the senior designer, fellow designers, and photo and editorial teams.   This position will start as soon as possible in the River West neighborhood of Chicago. The work environment is energetic yet comfortable with a strong team-oriented vibe.   Responsibilities ¥ Effectively and efficiently designs all media--magazines, media kits, e-newsletters, websites, event collateral, reprints, marketing materials, special projects--according to the direction of the senior designer ¥ Collaborates with a team of editors, photographers and designers on the creation of assigned media ¥ Meet all publication and production deadlines Requirements ¥ B.A. in Graphic Design, including recent graduates ¥ Design experience, preferably in an editorial environment ¥ Strong communication and organizational skills ¥ Ability to excel at working both independently and in a collaborative team environment ¥ Capability to multi-task ¥ Excellent time management ¥ Proficiency with InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator (Adobe CC) ¥ Experience with Adobe Digital Publishing Suite  Experience with WordPress and HTML/CSS is a plus

WWD Junior Designer

WWD has two immediate openings for highly motivated, detail-oriented junior designers to join its growing design department. The Junior Designers will have broad duties in the conception, design and execution of the fast-paced weekly magazine. We are looking for candidates with impeccable taste in all things visual: typography nerds, illustration fanatics, conceptual geniuses, and above all eager designers who love magazines. Please have a strong portfolio that demonstrates your editorial design experience. We cover subjects ranging from major designer profiles, conceptual business stories, to fashion editorials, beauty trends and the wide world of menswear. Magazine experience preferred, an interest in fashion is a plus. Strong communication skills are a prerequisite, as you will be working closely with all departments of the newsroom. Bonus points if you're fun to be around! The position is based in our new Midtown Manhattan Offices. Often referred to as "the fashion bible," WWD provides a balance of timely, credible business news and key fashion trends to a dedicated readership of retailers, designers, manufacturers, marketers, financiers, Wall Street analysts, international moguls, media executives, ad agencies, socialites, and trend-makers. WWD's parent company, Penske Media Corporation (PMC), is a leading digital media company, publishing, and information services company founded in 2003.

Production Manager

We're looking for a highly motivated and organized individual to manage production of the print and web editions of The California Sunday Magazine and our live series, Pop-Up Magazine. Primary responsibilities include packaging of InCopy files to InDesign, preparation of web assets for digital publishing, preparation of print layouts for proofing, and travel to press approvals at our printing plant in Los Angeles. The ideal candidate will work closely with the editorial, art, digital, and business departments, multitask with awareness of multiple deadlines, and manage asset workflow in both RGB and CMYK environments. Candidates should have a minimum of five years production experience working in the magazine or publishing industry. You pride yourself on strong skills in Adobe Creative Suite. Experience with sourcing and producing merchandising and marketing materials is a plus but not a requirement. Salary will depend on experience. This position is full time, based in San Francisco. In all our work, diversity is really important to us. The Production Manager will receive equity in California Sunday, publisher of The California Sunday Magazine and Pop-Up Magazine, and health insurance.

Junior Design Editor // National Geographic

National Geographic is now seeking applications for Junior Design Editor. The Junior Design Editor reports to the Director of Design and is responsible for the print and digital design of the magazine's front-of-book departments including Explore, Visions and Proof photo essays, as well as special projects. This person will also assist Senior Design Editors in the execution of monthly feature stories including the management of workflow, asset files and deadlines throughout the production process.

Designer

Guerrero Howe has a top graphic design team that is dedicated to producing high-quality content. We are looking for the next creative, like-minded individual to join our staff--that's where you come in. We are seeking a talented graphic designer to serve as the team's visual driver in the creation of all media for the magazine, ensuring each project is published on time and aligns with brand standards. The designer will take ownership of the publication to continuously advance its visual identity and brand. The position will start as soon as possible in the River West neighborhood of Chicago. The work environment is energetic yet comfortable with a collaborative, team-oriented vibe. Responsibilities: Work alongside team of editors and photo editors to create one of our seven magazine titles Design of media kits, e-newsletters, website, collateral materials, reprints, and marketing materials Requirements: Bachelor's degree in graphic design Design experience, preferably in an editorial environment Strong communication and organizational skills Able to excel at working independently and in a collaborative environment Able to multitask Excellent time management Proficient in InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator (Adobe CC) Experience with WordPress and HTML/CSS preferred Benefits: This is a full-time position, and we offer competitive compensation. Other perks include full medical/dental benefits, as well as three weeks worth of vacation time. We're also located downtown, near all major Metra and CTA lines, making it convenient to get to and from work. Casual dress 18 days of paid vacation Group Health/Dental/Vision Offered Pet-friendly environment

Graphic Designer/Art Director

We are seeking a motivated and versatile Graphic Designer/Art Director to join our team in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment.! Position will be a combination of designing graphics/charts for print and digital, but will also include page design. Depending on experience, position could be senior. Day to day responsibilities will have an initial emphasis on print design, with accelerated opportunities for digital projects as we grow and expand. Key Responsibilities: • Create graphics, charts and illustrations for various parts of the paper, both print and digital. • Design pages/sections with an emphasis on news/commentary and business. • Execute designs and concepts that are sophisticated and forward looking, displaying a strong sense of content. • Proactively approach daily and weekly projects, developing smart solutions for telling stories visually. • Work collaboratively with editors, photo editors, and other designers. • Work within both daily and weekly deadlines. • Ensure adherence to established style guidelines for all assignments. The New York Post is an EOE.

Graphic Designer/Art Director

We are seeking a motivated and versatile Graphic Designer/Art Director to join our team in a fast-paced, deadline driven environment.! Position will be a combination of designing graphics/charts for print and digital, but will also include page design. Depending on experience, position could be senior. Day to day responsibilities will have an initial emphasis on print design, with accelerated opportunities for digital projects as we grow and expand. Key Responsibilities: • Create graphics, charts and illustrations for various parts of the paper, both print and digital. • Design pages/sections with an emphasis on news/commentary and business. • Execute designs and concepts that are sophisticated and forward looking, displaying a strong sense of content. • Proactively approach daily and weekly projects, developing smart solutions for telling stories visually. • Work collaboratively with editors, photo editors, and other designers. • Work within both daily and weekly deadlines. • Ensure adherence to established style guidelines for all assignments. The New York Post is an EOE.

Associate Art Director-Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings

Under the direction of the Design Director, this position conceptualizes, art directs and designs the assigned pages for each magazine issue of Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings. The Associate AD works seamlessly with editors and stylists and photographers to create content that is within the visual direction of the magazine to make choices that maintain the creative vision, brand, and standard of quality. This position interacts with editors, stylists, the photography and production departments in addition to many outside freelance creatives. Packaging design and branding experience a plus. Essential Job Functions 40% Designs assigned pages each month in cooperation with department heads and Design Director 40% Concepts and art directs photo shoots in cooperation with stylists and photographers 10% Evaluates quality of page proofs and works with production manager to correct as needed. 10% Interfaces with Copy Editors and Editors to ensure type specifications are consistent and the copy fits and visually tells the story.

Associate Art Director

Atlanta Magazine is looking for an Associate Art Director, who will be part of a four-person creative team responsible for the overall look of the magazine brand. The Associate Art Director, who will report to the Design Director, will work closely with photographers and editors in conceiving and executing visually inviting and provocative designs for all of our platforms, but primarily the print edition. S/he will also be proactive in pitching ideas for the magazine. Additionally, part of the job will involve designing marketing collateral and creating branding for magazine events. We're looking for someone who is well-versed in editorial design, able to conceptualize compelling visual treatments for stories, and eager to learn about Atlanta. 

Job responsibilities include: 
 * Working with the edit team in planning out section content and art elements. 
 * Collaborating with the Design Director. 
 * Designing marketing materials 
 * Clearly communicating assignments to contributing photographers, illustrators and graphic artists 
 * Finding ways to tell stories graphically and in unconventional and non-linear ways 
 * Participating in -- and occasionally leading -- brainstorming sessions, suggesting heds and deks, and coming up with story ideas 
 * Cultivating a deep roster of contributing photographers, illustrators and graphic artists 
 * Directing photo shoots as appropriate. 

Deadline for applications: July 11

Art Assistant - Parents

The Art Assistant performs general administrative duties along with some design work in support of the art /photo departments. This is an entry-level position. Essential Job Functions 40% Performs administrative duties including manuscript tracking and organizing, maintaining art calendar, expense reports, maintaining schedules, and providing support to Creative Director 40% Design of formatted pages for magazine 20% Assists with misc design needs (presentation materials, photo shoot props/crafts, special projects, cover prep and maintains mini wall and layout binders) Assembling comps in Photoshop/InDesign as needed.

Designer, The Atlantic

The Atlantic is looking for a talented Designer to join the award-winning editorial team. The ideal candidate will create layouts for The Atlantic Magazine's department pages, research photography, commission and create original illustrations and graphics for theatlantic.com and help maintain artist contracts and invoices. This person is a problem solver and communicator who can collaborate one-on one or with teams, who can roll with shifting priorities, and who keeps up with and helps maintain the visual standards of The Atlantic across platforms. Position in Brief The Designer position reports to the Creative Director of The Atlantic. Primary responsibilities include editorial page layout for The Atlantic's front-of-book and back-of-book pages. Working closely with the editors, research editors and copy editors at The Atlantic throughout the production process. Working with the Art and Production Departments to produce and ship each issue. The Designer also works with the digital editors at theatlantic.com to create in-house illustrations and charts for web articles.

Production Manager

The Food & Wine/Travel + Leisure Production Hub is seeking an energetic, highly motivated Production Manager to work with the Food & Wine Production Director to manage the editorial production process from start to finish--including trafficking art and proofs; working on InDesign files; and attaching and styling text in WoodWing. To be successful in this position, you will have at least five years editorial print production experience, be extremely detail-oriented, be quality-focused and work independently and with initiative.

Designer

Town & Country seeks a designer with a background in visual arts who can work efficiently and creatively on multiple projects in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities: • Design FOB and BOB pages for T&C monthly and T&C Travel, including special weddings sections and custom units. • Place high-res images in layouts for all sections of magazine. • Generate contract proofs and tweak pages before shipping. • Update templates. • Maintain "dummy" books and layout wall for EIC and art department. At least one to two years' experience at a print publication, preferably a magazine, required; knowledge of K4 or Woodwing publishing systems preferred. Must be fluid in Adobe InDesign and Photoshop. All resumes must be submitted in .pdf or .doc format. Please submit your resume, with a link to your portfolio, and salary requirements to Hearst.com/magazinescareers.

Creative Director

Arkansas Life, the No. 1 lifestyle publication in The Natural State, is currently looking for a forward-thinking creative director to join its talented, ambitious team. The ideal candidate is a creative wunderkind who's got the chops to guide the art direction of a sophisticated monthly mag headquartered in the dynamic Southern hub of Little Rock. We're big thinkers, and we're looking for a creative director who both shares that "big" vision and has the experience and drive to put his or her ideas into action. Our creative director will be responsible for the overall look of the publication from cover to cover, making each issue vibrant, thought-provoking, impossible to put down--and a true reflection of the Arkansas audience it reaches. Working extremely closely with the editorial staff, he or she will ensure that the printed word comes alive on the page for our readers, overseeing the art staff, photographers and illustrators (many of whom are freelancers) through the entire creative process. He or she will be a natural leader, and will effectively conduct creative meetings where ideas flow and minds collaborate. Of course, to bring all this to life, it's imperative that the creative director possess extremely strong typographic and infographic skills, with a proven track record of creating compelling layouts and consistently eye-catching covers. Said creative director will also go gaga over the latest trends in editorial design, and will be the kind of person who keeps a stack of dog-eared glossies on the bedside table. Sound familiar? If so, we can't wait to hear from you.

Photo Editor - Ser Padres

The Photo Editor is responsible for researching new photographers and stylists; creatively concepting photography for stories in collaboration with the editorial team; and executing shoots. The PE assigns shoots; attends and art-directs them, and does child-wrangling on set. The Photo Editor is solely responsible for managing all materials and information associated with shoots, including contracts, budgets, paperwork, credits and model releases. The Photo Editor must be an extremely skilled stock photo researcher, able to cast child and adult models, and will assist the Creative and Photo Director with special projects as necessary. The Photo Editor creates visual content primarily for the Ser Padres brand, including Ser Padres Espera and Ser Padres Bebé, but will be called on to collaborate with MHM's Siempre Mujer photo director as well. Spanish speaking a plus. Essential Job Functions 20% Shoot Production and On-Set Art Direction 20% Digital Asset Management 30% Photo Research 30% Administrative/Budgeting/Negotiating contracts

Children's Book Designer

Seeking a print designer with 3-5 years of experience in book and magazine design with an emphasis on the childrens' market. You're a design and type geek who lives and breathes print, a whiz at InDesign, Illustrator and PhotoShop and an independent, easy-going design specialist with a sense of humor and the ability to handle multiple projects at the same time. The talent to produce colorful and engaging graphic elements and gorgeous infographics for kids is a must. Knowledge and love for Disney's iconic characters required.

Art Director

The National Trust for Historic Preservation has an immediate need for an exceptionally talented, dynamic, organized, hands-on Art Director with magazine experience to direct the design strategy of our content as well as our quarterly publication, Preservation magazine. The ideal candidate has proven experience in publication and content design, demonstrating the use of sophisticated art direction, design, typography, photography and illustration. You must be a multi-tasker who can easily design and layout a beautiful feature, department, and sidebar, but can also craft a digital piece with punch. We are looking for someone who can turn out pages quickly and has the ability to dissect stories and content across both print and digital using creative solutions in a collaborative environment. This is a key role for a design thinker with a passion for storytelling, usability and an eye for visual consistency.

Seeking Paid Graphic Design Intern

Vital Findings (www.vitalfindings.com) is an innovative consumer research firm in Los Angeles dedicated to making research as creative as it is analytical. We are a team of creative, entrepreneurial researchers focused on bringing the tools of design, management consulting, and innovation to our research. Our mission is to elevate the market research profession beyond just delivering reports and PowerPoint bullets, allowing researchers to actually enable business action. The intern will work on the team responsible for creating designed deliverables: illustrations, reports, videos, and infographics. He/she will also be involved in designing marketing materials and web graphics. The internship is a full-time (35+ hours per week), paid ($20/hr) position for the summer months. As with all Vital Findings projects, our work is intensely collaborative and the intern will be an integral part of our company team, contributing to brainstorm sessions on other projects, helping to organize training and staff development. Qualification • 2016/2017 grad or with 1-3 years professional experience; Please include GPA on resume (overall and within major) • Deep intellectual curiosity and a passion for lifelong learning • Familiar with PowerPoint and other Microsoft Office Programs • Mastery of Adobe Creative Suite • Well-rounded portfolio showing a variety of print and digital design examples • Highly organized with attention to detail • Experience with photography, video editing and motion graphics a plus Responsibilities: • Create data-visualizations and infographics to succinctly communicate variety of information • Support multiple teams with presentation decks, project deliverables and marketing materials Please send your resume and portfolio site link (or a pdf with 3-5 samples) to informationdesign@vitalfindings.com. Use Information Design Summer Intern_Your name as email subject.

Senior iOS Engineer

L+R is looking for a senior iOS engineer to join the team in pioneering the next wave of creative technology products. If you're hungry to learn and challenge yourself in developing top-quality products with a fun and ambitious team, then L+R may be for you. The ideal candidate is an all-around iOS engineer - someone who is looking to both lead a growing engineering team as well as manage themselves across the entire iOS development process (Strategy > Technical Analysis > MVP functionality > Market Candidate Release > V1+ Improvements) within the ecosystem of native iOS utilities. If you're interested, give us a shout!

Digital Product Designer

L+R is looking for a digital product designer to work with us in pioneering the next wave of creative technology products. We're currently working in virtual reality, iBeacon, native apps, mobile games, web apps, and more. If you're hungry to learn and challenge yourself in designing digital top-quality products with a fun and ambitious team, then L+R may be for you. The ideal candidate is an all-around digital designer - someone who can design across the entire product process (IA -> UX -> UI -> IxD) across various industries & markets and within various mediums (apps, websites, VR and beyond) at the highest level. This is a contract-to-hire position, where we test the waters working together on a contract basis then transition into full-time position after one month if the fit is right. If you're interested, give us a shout!

Digital Product Designer

L+R is looking for a digital product designer to work with us in pioneering the next wave of creative technology products. We're currently working in virtual reality, iBeacon, native apps, mobile games, web apps, and more. If you're hungry to learn and challenge yourself in designing digital top-quality products with a fun and ambitious team, then L+R may be for you. The ideal candidate is an all-around digital designer - someone who can design across the entire product process (IA -> UX -> UI -> IxD) across various industries & markets and within various mediums (apps, websites, VR and beyond) at the highest level. This is a contract-to-hire position, where we test the waters working together on a contract basis then transition into full-time position after one month if the fit is right. If you're interested, give us a shout!

Digital Product Designer

L+R is looking for a digital product designer to work with us in pioneering the next wave of creative technology products. We're currently working in virtual reality, iBeacon, native apps, mobile games, web apps, and more. If you're hungry to learn and challenge yourself in designing digital top-quality products with a fun and ambitious team, then L+R may be for you. The ideal candidate is an all-around digital designer - someone who can design across the entire product process (IA -> UX -> UI -> IxD) across various industries & markets and within various mediums (apps, websites, VR and beyond) at the highest level. This is a contract-to-hire position, where we test the waters working together on a contract basis then transition into full-time position after one month if the fit is right. If you're interested, give us a shout!

Digital Product Designer

L+R is looking for a digital product designer to work with us in pioneering the next wave of creative technology products. We're currently working in virtual reality, iBeacon, native apps, mobile games, web apps, and more. If you're hungry to learn and challenge yourself in designing digital top-quality products with a fun and ambitious team, then L+R may be for you. The ideal candidate is an all-around digital designer - someone who can design across the entire product process (IA -> UX -> UI -> IxD) across various industries & markets and within various mediums (apps, websites, VR and beyond) at the highest level. This is a contract-to-hire position, where we test the waters working together on a contract basis then transition into full-time position after one month if the fit is right. If you're interested, give us a shout!

Photographer

he Kitchn is the top independent online food publication, with over 23 million monthly readers. We are looking for a full-time Photographer to join us in our sunny and fun Soho office! This new position will report to the Art Director and will assist in the aesthetic growth and development of the brand. Responsibilities Collaborate with Art Director and in-house Food Stylist to create original content for TheKitchn.com Responsible for shooting, editing, and file management for The Kitchn. Sets a tone for high quality photographic standards and produce high quality photography that is consistent with brand standards Ensure consistent execution against briefs, while ensuring daily and weekly production goals are met and exceeded. Assist in special projects and administrative tasks as needed. Qualifications 3+ years of photographic experience in food and lifestyle photography. BFA in photography or related field preferred. Technical experience with still life photography, studio lighting and photo retouching. Photographic portfolio demonstrating a high proficiency in digital photography, lighting, composition and creativity. Proficiency with industry software (Adobe Photoshop CS6, Lightroom, and Capture One Pro) Adept in prop styling and location scouting. Knowledge in a variety of color management and photo workflows A cheerful, enthusiastic, and flexible work ethic and sense of humor.

Graphic Designer

Science News, the award-winning print and digital magazine of Society for Science & the Public, is seeking a hard-working and talented graphic designer. This position will primarily work with the art director, design director and editors to create layouts and other supporting visual materials for Science News magazine, website and electronic editions. The graphic designer will be a key contributor to the design team and editorial team by creating compelling graphics and visuals for story-telling in print and on the web. The graphic designer will also perform artistic and production work for the marketing team when needed. Responsibilities: -Work with editors to research and prepare art and graphics for articles in multiple formats -Create graphics, including editing/adapting existing material to Science News style and custom infographics -Create print layouts for magazine -Assist art directors and web producer in producing specialized web graphics -Reformat issues into electronic versions including iPad and Kindle -Perform production duties including optimizing images, reviewing pages for press, and formatting text-only document of issues -Layout and prepare advertisements for press -Create print proofs of pages for press -Handle permissions, licensing and rights of images, including completing check requests and tracking image rights information in spreadsheets -Support to Marketing team design projects -Other duties as assigned

Graphic Designer

Scholastic seeks an experienced, talented designer to join the marketing department of its Education division. The designer's primary job responsibilities are to craft best-in-class marketing materials. They must be able to effectively collaborate with the marketing director to meet deadlines and exceed expectations.

Graphic Designer

Scholastic seeks an experienced, talented designer to join the marketing department of its Education division. The designer's primary job responsibilities are to craft best-in-class marketing materials. They must be able to effectively collaborate with the marketing director to meet deadlines and exceed expectations.

Art Assistant

Reader's Digest magazine is looking for an Art Assistant to work on the print publication and website in their WHITE PLAINS, NY office. RESPONSIBILITIES: -Research and upload images onto rd.com and social media sites, working closely with Site Director and Photo Director -Photo research on royalty-free stock sites -Provide retouching, sizing, and design on images for both print and web -Maintain photo credits and captions on multiple platforms and provide accurate record keeping -Assist with the management of art and photo budgets -Schedule and plan for art meetings -Handle all contest entries -Other administrative duties, as needed SHOULD POSSESS: -Familiar with website CMS (Content Management System) -Photoshop and retouching skills required -Photo research experience and familiarity with royalty-free stock sites -Sharp eye for great photography -Understanding of photography copyright -Video editing skills a plus -A strong work ethic and a desire to grow as part of a dynamic team

Design Director

Guerrero Howe is a media company that recognizes, promotes, and develops great executives. At the center of everything we do are the executives we serve. These individuals trust us to help cultivate their personal brand, and we help them capture their experiences and insights to build better teams, better businesses, and a better world. Founded in 2006, Guerrero Howe publishes Hispanic Executive, Advantage, Profile, American Builders Quarterly, Sync, Modern Counsel, American Healthcare Leader and runs the Alumni Society. Guerrero Howe marks great design as a foundation for our success as a business. We're looking for a design director to build on and continue our award-winning print magazine legacy and lead our team of designers as we embark on our digital evolution. This individual will lead a team of seven designers to continue to push the quality and effectiveness of our products, from executive magazines to niche events.  The ideal candidate will have a track record of success in design, and will be motivated to impart their experience to other designers to help them grow and develop. S/he will work to make Guerrero Howe a talent hotspot for the design community of Chicago, a renowned employer for furthering design careers. In addition, s/he will always tie our design team's work to our business objectives, creating a team of designers who aren't just great experts in design, but are business savvy, as well. PRIMARY JOB RESPONSIBILITIES Leads, manages, and holds design staff accountable for meeting all deadlines while creating effective products Effectively communicates the company's vision and strategies to design staff in a timely manner Effectively establishes visual communication best practices and processes across all products and platforms Ensures timely and effective coaching, training, and performance management to design staff Ensures appropriate staffing levels are maintained to meet objectives Complies with established company work rules, policies, and procedures Actively engages with other members of the company to continuously strive to improve processes, create efficiencies, and reduce cost Cooperatively takes on other duties, roles, or responsibilities as assigned BENEFITS INCLUDE: 18 paid PTO days 9 paid holidays UnitedHealthcare health insurance BCBSIL voluntary dental VSP voluntary vision 401(k) RTA/CTA tax-free dollars program Pet-friendly office Divvy corporate membership Corporate gym memberships Chicago Athletic Clubs Casual dress Leadership development program

Digital Designer, Elle and Harper's Bazaar

Hearst Digital Media is seeking a Designer, Editorial to join the Creative team working on the visual design for Elle.com, and Harpersbazaar.com and their social media channels. Job Description This position will report in to the Creative Director of HDM and will work closely with the editors of Elle.com, and Harpersbazaar.com to create visual design that furthers the story telling on each site, and brand standards. In the position you will work in a high paced environment and in close partnership with photo editors, and the project manager to create best in class designs. Responsibilities: - Create info-graphics, and design elements for digital features - Work closely with five visual designers, to meet daily design needs - Work on projects from concept to postproduction making sure we meet brand standards and timelines - Study the marketplace, assessing where Elle.com, and Harpersbazaar.com work stands against competitors' and ensure that we are ahead of the curve - Great at creative problem solving - Familiarity with pop culture, fashion, and trends - Drive constant improvement in HDM's quality, capabilities, and creative innovation Requirements: - At least 3 years experience as a digital designer - Excellent at producing of shareable, digital-friendly content, and mobile - Excellent at using typography and type design - Master of current digital design tools such as Adobe CS - Experience in creating gifs and motion graphics a plus

Digital Designer, Esquire and Town & Country

Hearst Digital Media is seeking a Designer, Editorial to join the Creative team working on the visual design for Esquire.com, and Townandcountrymag.com and their social media channels. Job Description This position will report in to the Creative Director of HDM and will work closely with the editors of Esquire.com, and Townandcountrymag.com to create visual design that furthers the story telling on each site, and brand standards. In the position you will work in a high paced environment and in close partnership with photo editors, and the project manager to create best in class designs. Responsibilities: - Create info-graphics, and design elements for digital features - Work closely with five visual designers, to meet daily design needs - Work on projects from concept to postproduction making sure we meet brand standards and timelines - Study the marketplace, assessing where Esquire.com and Townandcountrymag.com work stands against competitors' and ensure that we are ahead of the curve - Great at creative problem solving - Familiarity with pop culture, fashion, and trends - Drive constant improvement in HDM's quality, capabilities, and creative innovation Requirements: - At least 3 years experience as a digital designer - Excellent at producing of shareable, digital-friendly content, and mobile - Excellent at using typography and type design - Master of current digital design tools such as Adobe CS - Experience in creating gifs and motion graphics a plus

Summer Data Visualization Intern

The intern will work on the team responsible for creating designed deliverables: diagrams, illustrations, PowerPoint reports, videos, and infographics. He/she will also be involved in designing marketing materials and web graphics. The internship is a full-time (35+ hours per week), paid position for the summer months (June - August). As with all Vital Findings projects, our work is intensely collaborative and the intern will be an integral part of our company team, contributing to brainstorm sessions on other projects, helping to organize training and staff development. Responsibilities: • Create data-visualizations and infographics to succinctly communicate variety of information • Support multiple teams with presentation decks, project deliverables and marketing materials • Assist in the creative development of collaterals and communication materials such as white papers and written case studies

Associate Creative Director, Design

About our team: Few in number, the Creative Team depends on our wits and passion to advance our products and drive impact. Working closely with brand, product, social, community, and communications marketing groups, we consciously look for ways to be different, including how we present ourselves to the world through storytelling and design, content and experiences.

 The role: We are growing a team of creative stars to elevate our brand. Producing breakthrough visual design for our brand requires the chess moves of a content strategist, the conceptual ability of a storyteller, the craft of a fine artist, deep empathy towards our audiences, and a passion for delivering experiences that delight users and followers. We seek a design team leader who is as equally at ease sketching on a napkin as on a digital pad, experienced at designing with the Adobe suite or Web tools, and confident presenting creative strategy, concepts and design to a diverse internal audience. As an Associate Creative Director here at Mozilla, you will... Lead a team of talented visual designers, art directors, graphic designers, and videographers who create uniquely Mozilla content and experiences. Design engaging ways to visualize and communicate new tools, features and products through illustrations, animations, and frictionless user experiences for existing users of the Firefox browser across devices. Create original visual concepts and content drawing new attention to Mozilla product brand offerings, including advertising, social posts, media graphics, Firefox community collateral, and the like. Work collaboratively with other designers and copywriters as well as product marketing managers, developers, and user experience specialists, following agile marketing process and working in the open. Provide creative feedback to designers, agencies, business partners, Firefox community contributors and others to fine-tune their design offerings. Our ideal candidate has: 10+ years agency and/or in-house experience in Web design, graphic design, UI/UX design, or similar field. Experience leading a creative team. Proficiency using the Adobe Creative Suite, Keynote and Google presentation tools. A portfolio you can share with examples of recent work. As a lead you'll be able to identify and incorporate trends in design and technology into everyday work. Bonus points for: Proficiency using Web design tools and languages (CSS, HTML), motion graphics, animation, and other UX tools and practices. Self-motivated to prioritize and manage workload and meet project milestones and deadlines especially working within a distributed team. Digital marketing experience. Experience working on an Agile team. Experience presenting to diverse audiences and defining the value added by creative strategy, process, and results. Experience working as part of a distributed team. About Mozilla

 Mozilla exists to build the Internet as a public resource accessible to all because we believe that open and free is better than closed and controlled. Join us and become part of our mission to promote openness, innovation, and opportunity online. 
 Mozilla is committed to Equal Employment Opportunity throughout our recruiting and hiring process and is dedicated to increasing diversity in our workplace. Location Filter Bay Area San Francisco Mountain View Portland

Deputy Art Director, Country Living

We already know you're...

-creatively savvy

-a team player, but self-motivated with a collaborative mindset

-a multi-tasker and prioritizer

-someone who works well with editors to make their words and ideas come to life in a vibrant, fun and exciting way

-passionate, fearless and excited to work in print

-a visual problem solver

-resourceful

On-the-job responsibilities include...

-working with the Creative/Design Director on a daily basis to maintain the look of the magazine while continuing to push the brand's visual identity

-working with editors to visually illustrate and strengthen their ideas throughout the magazine

-handling a story start to finish" taking an editorial brief and working with editors to thumbnail a story, presenting styling direction, preparing styling briefs for food and prop stylists (both in and out of the house), on-set art direction, and final story design

-helping to manage our team of designers, including helping to nurture their creative talents

-working with the Photo Director and Assistant Photo Editor to plan and execute photo shoots

Bonus points if you...

-can do spot illustrations

-have a good sense of humor

-have an awareness of pop culture and current trends

-practice hand-lettering on the side

Please do not apply if you...
are a diva, have no sense of humor, or tend to sing aloud to your music (we have an open office).

Designer-Parents Network Mktg

Meredith Parents Network seeks an independent, energetic designer to join our marketing creative team, supporting multiple magazine titles. Designer will work closely with the Creative Director and Art Team to develop innovative sales tools, produce creative advertiser promotions, design looks for signature events, and elevate the overall brand signature. Candidates must be organized and detail-focused, have a strong sense of typography and layout, and ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Must be a strategic and conceptual thinker, with the ability to work independently as well as collaboratively, and have experience in publication design and production. The Designer's responsibilities include developing advertorials, brochures, presentations, dimensional mailings and comps, web pages and eblasts, event signage and sampling literature, brand identity, sellsheets, and other business collateral.

Senior Designer

Down East Magazine is looking for an ambitious and talented Senior Designer to join our staff at our Rockport headquarters. This is a full-time salaried position. The perfect candidate is passionate about Maine and magazine publishing and is looking to be an essential part of a fast-paced, high-performing creative team. The job requires a highly creative mindset, an exceptional design eye, and significant, demonstrated experience in magazine design. Day-to-day tasks will include: • Developing visual story concepts • Designing FOB, BOB, and features for Down East magazine • Designing ancillary products • Readying pages for pre-press • Project-managing freelance designers

Art Director

Real Simple is looking for an Art Director to join the RS Creative Studio, which is responsible for creating custom content, as well as event design, and sales and marketing materials. The candidate should be someone who approaches their work with a passion for design and drive to create something new. They will lead the creation of design assets from concept to completion. Reporting to the Creative Director, the Art Director will manage designers and encourage a team atmosphere. This is a key role for a creative thinker who will be involved in conceptualizing and executing photo and video shoots with Real Simple talent for our partners. Job Description: The Art Director will be tasked with enhancing the visual branding with innovative design for the marketing and sales teams for projects like native campaigns, client-branded promotions, digital and print mockups, category presentations, sell sheets, media kits, and brand identity for signature franchises. The will develop cohesive, creative ad executions that live across both digital and print platforms, balancing client objectives with editorial prestige, while managing project timelines, budgets and estimates for each project.

Kick Ass Digital Designer

L+R is looking for a badass digital designer to work with us immediately in pioneering the next wave of creative technology products. We're currently working in virtual reality, iBeacon, native apps, mobile games, web apps, and more. If you're hungry to learn and challenge yourself in designing digital top-quality products with a fun and ambitious team in New York City, then L+R may be for you. The ideal candidate is an all-around digital designer - someone who can design across the entire product process (IA -> UX -> UI -> IxD) across various industries & markets and within various mediums (apps, websites, VR and beyond) at the highest level. This is a contract-to-hire position, where we test the waters working together on a contract basis then transition into full-time position after one month if the fit is right. If you're interested, give us a shout! Send your portfolio and resume to jobs@levinriegner.com. Requirements and skills needed: - Strong graphic design, logo, and branding skills - Comprehensive understanding of digital products from web to mobile - Able to create high quality wireframes, interface designs, and app animations - Proficient in design tools such as Sketch, Illustrator, and Framer - Able to perform product QA testing and communicate with engineers - Have worked on bringing at least one high quality digital product to market

Creative Design Intern

We are seeking a Creative Design Intern for summer 2016 to assist our creative department with activities such as magazine layout, digital design, designing marketing support materials, and photography elements. This is an outstanding opportunity for a creative design student to add measurable value to the efficiency of a busy creative department within a fast-growing media company. Specific Responsibilities for the Creative Design Intern will include: Designing editorial/marketing layouts in InDesign Concepting animated banners Updating and revising WordPress sites Creating/updating digital forms using UnBounce, Bizzabo, & Instapage Uploading data to ISSUU and MAZ

Art Director - Martha Stewart Living

- Work closely with the Design Director to conceptualize, plan and execute feature and section layouts - Take ideas from concept to final execution - Strong typographic and typesetting skills - Art direct food, still life and home photo shoots as appropriate - Commission illustration and cultivate relationships with emerging artists - Mentor a young and eager team of designers and interns - Manage in-house digital imaging specialist and color-correction workflow, adhering to magazine's prepress deadlines - Work in tandem with the Managing Editor to supervise art and layout deadlines - Run the art department in the Design Director's absence - Work with Design Director on type face selection and other design elements to keep refining the look of Living - Must be an expert problem solver with the ability to work efficiently, quickly, and diplomatically with a creative approach to design - Ability to juggle and meet multiple deadlines is a must Essential Job Functions 70% Conceptualizing and Designing 10% Art Directing 10% Color Correction and Imaging 10% Assisting with production of pages

Junior Designer

Mediaplanet has an immediate opening for a designer with two years of experience to work under the direction of the Senior Designer on various projects, including but not limited to the design of: print publication, digital artwork and shareables, internal and client-facing collateral (branding), print and digital advertisements for clients. Additional work will include stock photography research and design support for sales teams.

Art Director, Branded Content

Hearst Digital Media is seeking a Art Director, Branded Content Studio to join the Creative team overseeing the imagery for the custom content the Studio creates in partnership with advertisers to run on all of our digital properties, including Elle.com, ElleDecor.com, MarieClaire.com, CountryLiving.com, Esquire.com, GoodHousekeeping.com, and Seventeen.com. Job Description: This position will report in to the Creative Director of HDM and will work closely with the Content Studio team to create photography and oversee design that engages our readers, furthers the storytelling of the brands we work with and meets or surpasses the quality of our non-branded editorial. You will work in close partnership with editors, writers and project managers, as well as the Creative Director. Responsibilities: Conceptualize imagery for custom content, and lead team to execute, including directing on set Lead team of photo editors, photo techs, stylists, hair/make-up artists and models delivering a high-output of creative assets in a fast-paced environment Ensure all imagery adheres to the standards of the Hearst site on which it runs Roll up your sleeves to produce highly creative, best-in-class imagery Partner with internal and external cross-functional teams to ensure creative standards are met while innovating and keeping on brand Identify and recruit exceptional photographers, stylists and other creative talent Build bridges, bringing teams that have uniquely different experiences together to build great creative Must obsess over the details

Design Director, Atlanta Magazine

Description: Atlanta magazine is looking for a Design Director, who will be responsible for the overall look of the Atlanta magazine brand, spanning print, digital, and social media. S/he will collaborate with, supervise, and inspire a three-person art staff to create a magazine each month that is visually inviting, provocative, sophisticated, and commercial. The design director will touch, directly or indirectly, every edit page of the magazine, from the tiniest photo credit to a 16-page service package stuffed (engagingly) with dozens of elements. Beyond the monthly main magazine, s/he will also oversee the design of our ancillary edit-produced publications, including our quarterly shelter book, HOME magazine.

Job responsibilities: Working with the editor-in-chief and Emmis editorial director to conceive and execute compelling and commercial covers • Overseeing and implementing any future redesign of the magazine • Clearly and promptly communicating assignments to contributing photographers, illustrators and graphic artists • Using a limited budget in creative ways • Working closely with different departments to ensure a timely close of each issue • Finding ways to tell stories graphically and in unconventional and non-linear ways • Leading brainstorming sessions, suggesting heds and deks, and coming up with story ideas • Planning, alongside the editor-in-chief and section editors, for future covers and coverage • Nurturing and cultivating a deep roster of contributing photographers, illustrators and graphic artists • Directing photo shoots as appropriate.

Milwaukee Magazine Art Director

Milwaukee Magazine, one of the nation's most respected city and regional magazines, is searching for an art director. Known for its award-winning in-depth profiles, investigative features, reader service pieces and top-notch dining and entertainment packages, the magazine is central to Milwaukee's media landscape. We are located in the Historic Third Ward, mere steps from Lake Michigan, and have a front-row view of the city's burgeoning downtown while we serve the entire metro Milwaukee area. We are looking for an enthusiastic editorial designer with a passion for journalism and dedication to reflecting Milwaukee's creativity, diversity and vibrancy in our expanding, multi-platform media brand. The art director will shape the overarching voice, tone and direction of Milwaukee Magazine's art content with a creative vision that generates original concepts and displays a high level of design sophistication. The ideal candidate will have a keen eye for photography and exceptional typography skills. The ability to create images using infographics or typography is a must. The ability to illustrate is a plus. Experience: Five years of experience designing or art directing for a national or regional consumer magazine or B2B publication preferred. Minimum two years of experience hiring, managing, and mentoring designers; managing a budget; and producing photo shoots including portraits, food, fashion and still photos. Skills: Education and technical background must include expert skills in InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. Web skills including design, video and interactive media are a plus. RESPONSIBILITIES: •Design and lay out monthly issues of 100-plus page publication •Work collaboratively with editors in development of stories from idea phase to production •Supervise the senior designer, graphic designer and staff photographer •Manage part-time photo, design and video interns •Cultivate and expand the magazine's network of freelance photographers, illustrators and artists •Manage workflow and monthly deadlines •Prepare photos and design files for printer •Assign projects to contributing artists and direct photo shoots as needed •Manage custom publications in tandem with regular issues •Manage monthly budget •Oversee overall look of Milwaukee Magazine brand across platforms Qualifications •5 years experience in editorial design •Strong background in monthly magazines preferred •Bachelor's degree preferred •Advanced knowledge of Adobe Creative software and Macs •A clean, crisp and innovative design aesthetic •Mastery of typography •Superior communication skills and a friendly, can-do attitude •The ability to work independently, while being receptive to feedback •Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task and meet strict deadlines •Consistent attention to detail •Creativity to conceptualize new approaches to recurring topics Additional Company Information We offer excellent benefits to eligible employees, including 401(k), holidays, vacations and more. EOE Minorities/Females/Protected Veterans/Disabled Drug Free Workplace

Art Director, The Undefeated

The Art Director assists the Creative Director in the development of design and UX experience for a new editorial digital platform, The Undefeated. This position assists in the creative development process and maintaining an overall responsive UX experience across desktop, tablet, and mobile platforms. The Art Director will work to establish and maintain the editorial tone of this platform and product, overseeing art direction duties such as illustration, design, video and photo assignments as visual companion to the editorial narrative and mission. The Art Director is responsible for the final execution of design direction under the supervision of the Creative Director. This role requires broad knowledge and advanced skills in visual design, information architecture, user interface design, web standards, and a solid understanding of available client-side technologies, as well as an ability to work within a team of designers, editors, and developers to further brand recognition and editorial goals. The Undefeated is the premier platform for exploring the intersections of race, sports and culture. We enlighten and entertain with innovative storytelling, original reporting and provocative commentary. Not conventional. Never boring. This job will be located in New York City, with intermittent travel to/from Washington D.C. editorial offices.

Designer, Sweet

Hearst Digital is looking for a Designer to help create the visual identity for Sweet, a new media outlet publishing on Snapchat Discover and the web that covers style, beauty, music, entertainment, culture, travel, food, and more. This is a unique opportunity to help build a media brand from the ground up, including how it will appear on all platforms. This position will report to the Art Director, and will work closely with a team of designers and editors to create short-form visual animated graphics that further the storytelling of our content and elevate our brand aesthetic. Responsibilities: - Work closely with the art director to manage a team of visual designers, helping them to meet daily design deadlines - Create short-form motion graphics, animations, and gifs - Concept, design, and/or illustrate creative elements for animations on a daily basis - Work on projects from concept to production, making sure we meet brand standards and timelines. - Setting type

ART DEPARTMENT FELLOW

The editorial art department at Cooking Light--the country's largest epicurean magazine--seeks a passionate and energetic fellow to join our creative team in Birmingham, AL. The art department fellow will design various front-of-book stories and assist the art department while learning the ins-and-outs of working at a national magazine. Visual storytellers wanted--photography/video experience a plus. Responsibilities: • Route layouts through the production process--work with master pages, apply style sheets to text, and format layouts • Design various front of book sections • Design on-brand content for print and digital on the fly • Assist designers in pulling photography inspiration and creating art plans • Along with other fellows, assist with general office duties, including answering customer service emails, distributing mail, and organizing the library

Senior UX Designer

The Senior UX Designer is responsible for the development of innovative experiences across National Geographic's digital products. This position will help lead the direction for a global UX and UI design system for National Geographic Partners, and collaborate with editorial, product, and technology teams to deliver digital experiences that are efficient and visually powerful. This position is responsible for user centered design efforts from concept to completion including user research, information architecture, prototypes and advancing our site-wide style guides. The ideal candidate has significant visual design skills and has created a large-scale, end-to-end experience such as a magazine section or site-wide navigation. This position reports directly to the Creative Director of Digital.

Harvard Business Review Group - Assistant Designer

The Assistant Designer role is perfect for a talented, fresh designer with a passion for ideas, design, typography, and interaction looking to join a fun and exciting design team. Working under the direction of Senior Designers, the Assistant Designer will execute and deliver high quality design in our growing range of digital products. The Assistant Designer will work predominantly on digital design projects, and contribute to a broad range of departmental tasks.

RESPONSIBILITIES: 

Assisting Design team, developing options, and executing on designs for HBR.org.
Producing options for discussion, designing variations, and investigating alternative solutions.
Contributing to Design team by enthusiastically engaging in discussion of work and suggesting ideas. 

Working with Designers to: 
-Develop and design interactive web elements. 
-Produce Prototypes and visual comps for digital and web projects. 
-Handle day to day design updates and more project based design. 
-Build the ability to commission and communicate with suppliers. 

Under direction from Senior Designers, Assistant Designers are expected to improve in their ability to operate independently and engage with internal clients, including Project Managers, UX, and tech development teams.

Art Assistant -- Parents Magazine

Parents, the trusted magazine for raising happy and healthy kids in our modern world, is looking for an Art Assistant to work in our collaborative, friendly art department. Prospective candidates should have a great eye for type, be comfortable designing templated pages, while also supporting department with various administrative tasks and small in-house design projects. This position is approximately 50% administrative, 50% design.

Designer (Sales/Marketing) St. Louis Magazine

St. Louis magazine is looking for a mid-level designer to join our Art Department (advertising/marketing) in a full-time capacity. The ideal candidate should have 2-4 years of professional experience in the graphic design industry. Official responsibilities include: Design advertorials, advertising supplements, in-house branding materials (media kit, etc.), circulation projects (ie sub cards, house ads, direct mail, e-blasts, online circ projects), ads for print and digital publication, marketing, event,  and sales collateral. Should have good production skills as well. The designer should be able to take ideas from concept to execution and collaborate well with a team. This position is in a fast-paced environment where prioritization, communication, and organizational skills are essential. Must have a positive "can do" attitude, and a strong work ethic. A stellar portfolio with extreme attention to detail is a must.

Graphic Designer and Producer

The University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science (UMCES) seeks an experienced, talented graphic designer and producer of visual content to join our accomplished communications team for the Maryland Sea Grant College (MDSG), located in College Park, MD. UMCES, a research institution, administers MDSG, which supports scientific research, education, and outreach focused on restoring and preserving the Chesapeake Bay and Maryland's coastal and watershed resources. The designer will join our communications staff of four professionals who produce high-quality print, video, and web-based content to advance MDSG's mission and inform the general public and targeted professional audiences. We seek an individual who will share an enthusiasm for the subject matter - the Chesapeake Bay and environmental science -- and who will be a proactive, collegial team member. The individual hired for this position will carry out a mix of duties including graphic design and production. The design work will include laying out and producing our award-winning print and online magazine Chesapeake Quarterly and other print and digital publications, including technical reports, brochures, and fact sheets and managing their print production. The designer will also design and produce new digital and online content such as illustrations, interactives, and infographics. Finally, this person will help to generate and produce new visual content by shooting photographs and video. Duties • Design print and digital visual communication projects and manage their production using best practices in graphic design. • Manage offset and digital printing to produce high-quality materials. Contract for quality printing services at reasonable cost. • Create and improve web pages, mobile apps, and interactive graphics. Work with our web developer. • Lead and develop web-based photographic, video, and infographic projects. • Shoot and edit photographs and video for web and other uses. • Acquire images from outside sources (e.g., stock photography). Manage relationships with free-lancers. Assure compliance with copyright rules. • Keep up to date and fluent with the latest graphic design software and technology. • Archive digital content. Develop and maintain an archive that is searchable, sustainable, and user friendly. Assist in keeping records about MDSG publications. • Post visual content to social media. Help to adopt new social media platforms. Required skills • Use of design principles, color, and layout to create attractive products. • Use of design/illustration software: InDesign (and/or Quark Xpress), Photoshop, Illustrator. Understanding of technology for print publishing. Ability to manage technical quality of print production. Deep knowledge of typography. • Understanding of copyright standards. • Knowledge of posting visual content to a website through a CMS. (We prefer users of Drupal, our CMS.) • Use of still and video cameras. (Video-editing skills are desired.) • Proofing text in visual presentations. (Copy-editing skills are desired.) • Can juggle multiple projects and tasks simultaneously, work quickly, and operate collaboratively or independently as needed. • Strong English language skills and writing proficiency. Education and work experience • B.A. or B.S., preferably in graphic design, graphic art, or related field. • Professional experience that demonstrates the skills necessary to carry out the duties of this position as described above. At least five years' of professional experience is strongly preferred.

Associate Creative Director, T Brand Studio

The New York Times's in-house brand marketing unit, T Brand Studio, is a fast-growing team of energetic writers, content and creative strategists, videographers, designers, photo editors and developers. The work spans a variety of forms -- short- and long-form reported articles, documentary videos, interactive data visualizations, animations and more -- and ranges from unbranded to branded. The Associate Creative Director will be expected to create beautiful and effective content and experiences that spark imaginations and influence the most influential audiences around the world. This role reports to the Creative Director but oversees several Art Directors and designers at different levels. You'll help design, brainstorm, build and execute innovative multi-platform native and branded experiences across The New York Times's paid post environments and other platforms. In this position, you will be combining digital design expertise with The New York Times's compelling media and collaborating with business stakeholders, editors, designers, producers and developers to define the user interface of these executions. You will be tasked with helping brands discover their story and leveraging the multimedia storytelling power of The New York Times to create compelling custom content that informs, entertains and engages. Job Requirements: In collaboration with the Creative Director, lead the team responsible for visual creative development of all types of experiences and materials in pre- and post-sale for clients, with a focus on design-first narratives Oversee two Art Directors, and other designers Be highly skilled at creating storyboards, wireframes and mocks necessary to guide development of beautiful, original, and creative branded paid post experiences from concept to implementation Create visual designs that address business, brand, market, and user requirements, including the design and production of site layouts, marketing elements, rich media units, content treatments and user interface elements Ability to work well in collaborative environment with other designers, writers, developers and producers Have a strong visual and typographic sensibility Brainstorm and collaborate with Sales/Strategy teams and other stakeholders to express cross-platform programs and experiences for clients. Work with web developers and production to ensure successful delivery of the final work product Be confident and not afraid to contribute innovative ideas to shape effective ad experiences across digital, mobile, print and video platforms. Be able to present your designs to clients and articulate your vision Experience Requirements: BA/BFA in Graphic Design or Digital Media 7+ years of marketing / advertising / design experience Self starter--Ability to work independently as well as in cross-functional groups Strong knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite & Microsoft Office Fluency in the fundamentals of design and detail-oriented Strong eye for layout design and typography Excellent organizational and communication skills Strong project/time management and multitasking abilities Interests in advertising, marketing, media, social media and branding Eagerness to produce powerful campaigns and be part of a bigger team Positive and enthusiastic attitude Strong strategic, conceptual skills and a good knowledge of the digital landscape Ability to prioritize and manage work, adhering to critical project timelines in a fast-paced environment Preferred Qualifications: Fluent in the full Adobe Creative Suite, Powerpoint and Keynote Knowledge of Adobe Muse, Wordpress, Webflow, Flite, Sketch and different CMS platforms is a huge plus Experience creating wireframes, sketches, UI and final visual design for desktop, mobile and tablet (and all production methods associated with each) Video editing/motion graphics/interactive design ability a plus Fluency in tackling data-centric infographics and illustrations Understanding of UI/UX design and high interest in inventing and developing new experiences for all devices Strong portfolio showing previous visual and interaction design work Staying abreast of the evolving technology and design landscape including the emergence of new standards and devices Should be familiar with CSS, HTML and web typography (Typekit etc.) and have experience designing with fluid grids that work responsively for mobile, tablet and desktop

Mid-Level Designer

WIRED is looking for a mid-level designer to join our team full-time on the advertising side (NOT editorial). The ideal candidate should have 4+ years of experience in the professional world in design. Projects include designing branding, marketing, and event collateral, as well as digital, web, and print units and mocks. Should have good production/trimming skills as well. The designer should be able to take ideas from concept to execution and collaborate well with a team. This position is in an extremely fast-paced environment where prioritization, communication, and organizational skills are essential. Must have a positive "can do" attitude and be willing to wear a lot of hats. A portfolio with a great eye for typography is a must!

Designer

Want to join the world of Shake Shack? We're bringing ShackBurgers and frozen custard to new cities and neighborhoods around the world, and with it, adding to our team. If you enjoy working in a small, dynamic and fast-paced team environment, and are an excellent designer with a sharp, creative eye to help support the design needs of our brand, then this job is for you. Tell us why Shake Shack should hire you as our Designer. We're looking for an incredibly intelligent, articulate, passionate and resourceful individual with a background in Graphic Design/Illustration/Production. We're excited to see what you've got. Now, shake that resume on over and provide a link to an online portfolio. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE: Assist and support Shake Shack's branding, marketing, and promotional materials including events, invites, packaging, menus, signs, icons, logos, t-shirts, clothing, gift cards and more. Embrace and convey the Shake Shack brand voice and aesthetic across all marketing and communications in printed collateral, online and digital presence, social media spaces, and advertising that reflects the spirit, identity, integrity and intelligent humor of the brand. Create and support brand collateral that supports corporate-wide and localized marketing and communications strategies with innovative ideas, programs, events and promotions. Project manage collateral orders and time them to deadlines

Assistant Professor - Broadcast Design/Motion Graphics

Position responsibilities include teaching basic, intermediate and advanced broadcast design/motion graphics courses. The preferred candidate is a working professional with experience in applied theory of broadcast design principles and current industry standards including proficiency with software applications such as Final Cut Pro and Adobe After Effects. Preferred candidate would have a broadcast reel and portfolio of professional work along with a background in art direction /or graphic design. Departmental duties include participation in department advisement, curriculum development, student activities and college-wide committees. The successful candidate is expected to pursue creative, scholarly and professional activities at a level appropriate within the communication design profession. Teaching assignments may include day, evening and Saturday courses. Performs teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.

Assistant Professor - Digital Concept Art

The preferred candidate will be responsible for teaching courses in several areas, including but not limited to illustration, character design, image editing, storyboarding and animation. An Ability to communicate both technical and conceptual topics is required in addition to expert knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and other industry drawing applications. Candidates should also have experience with drawing tablets. All applicants should have at least five years relevant experience as a professional illustrator in, for example, the areas of editorial, book publishing, games, or interactive commercial artwork creation. University level teaching experience is also required for this position. Departmental duties include participation in department advisement, curriculum development, student activities and college-wide committees. The successful candidate is expected to pursue and achieve recognition for creative, scholarly and professional activities at a level appropriate within the communication design profession. Teaching assignments may include day, evening and Saturday courses. Performs teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.

Assistant Professor - Digital Concept Art

The preferred candidate will be responsible for teaching courses in several areas, including but not limited to illustration, character design, image editing, storyboarding and animation. An Ability to communicate both technical and conceptual topics is required in addition to expert knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite and other industry drawing applications. Candidates should also have experience with drawing tablets. All applicants should have at least five years relevant experience as a professional illustrator in, for example, the areas of editorial, book publishing, games, or interactive commercial artwork creation. University level teaching experience is also required for this position. Departmental duties include participation in department advisement, curriculum development, student activities and college-wide committees. The successful candidate is expected to pursue and achieve recognition for creative, scholarly and professional activities at a level appropriate within the communication design profession. Teaching assignments may include day, evening and Saturday courses. Performs teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.

Assistant Professor - Foundation and Graphic Design

The successful candidate will be responsible for teaching basic, intermediate and advanced foundation drawing/design/graphics courses. Departmental duties include participation in department advisement, curriculum development, student activities and college-wide committees. The successful candidate is expected to pursue and achieve recognition for creative, scholarly and professional activities at a level appropriate within the communication design profession. Teaching assignments may include day, evening and Saturday courses. Performs teaching, research and guidance duties in area(s) of expertise. Shares responsibility for committee and department assignments including administrative, supervisory, and other functions.

Art Director

Tucker Publishing Group, publisher of city magazines for 16 years, is looking to add to our experienced and award-winning art team to produce Evansville Living, Evansville Business, City View, Social Datebook, and custom design projects. The ideal candidate is a fun, talented self-starter that has a passion for design and the ability to thrive in a past-paced, collaborative environment. This is an unique and valuable opportunity to join our energetic staff working on city magazines that are well respected and enjoyed in the community. Salary commensurate with experience. 

Image Director

As the Image Director, you will oversee our team of Image Specialists to ensure that SelfMade always delivers exceptional images. You will be key in developing our image designs and expressing the SelfMade brand. To get there, you will architect and oversee the image creation workflow, and will work with the tech and product teams on increasing speed and quality through optimizations and automations. This role is demanding, and requires an ambitious individual. You must be simultaneously dedicated to fostering a team of retouchers while passionate about creating images that others want to share. You must be patient yet critical, and you must be well versed in what makes an amazing photo or gif. You should care about making social media more expressive, more dynamic, and more beautiful. Responsibilities: Ensure that every SelfMade image is exceptional. Develop image standards and approval processes. Hire and manage Image Specialists. Ensure that post-production work is distinct from the creative work of developing templates, such as new gifs, filters or fonts, so as to maximize efficiency and foster creative thinking. Develop a culture of shared responsibility for constant improvement of the production process.

Image Specialist

The Job: The Image Specialist creates SelfMade images for members. You love the challenge of refining or reinventing an image. You live and breathe image editing tools and have deep Photoshop expertise. You're meticulous, versatile, and efficient. As an Image Specialist, you will be part of a small team continuously focused on improving a our design process and you must be able to embrace constant learning and constructive criticism. You should care about making social media more expressive, more dynamic, and more beautiful. Responsibilities: Retouch, color correct, improve, and apply templates to members' images. Work collaboratively. Handle a large workflow in a timely manner. Ensure high quality image output. Learn and adapt as new images designs are created, and new technology is introduced.

Editorial + Digital Designer

Segal Savad, located in New York City's beautiful West Village is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary creative agency. We are looking for an editorial designer with 2+ years experience. Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills are required as well as great attention to detail. You will work with senior staff and also directly with clients, managing projects from start to end (pre-press/production/press checks). Role will also require great project management skills. We are a small shop, and need a team member that is independent and that can ultimately manage projects from start to finish, with an ability to anticipate needs and proactively resolve issues. Clients and projects range from designing corporate newsletters, custom content for major magazines to financial and annual reports. Required software skills include strong proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator). Adobe DPS experience not required but certainly a plus. This is an in-house, full-time position and remote candidates will not be considered. 2+ years

JUNIOR DESIGNER

Washingtonian is seeking an imaginative, collaborative, and relentlessly ambitious designer for its creative department. For 50 years, the award-winning city magazine for the Washington DC area has been a home for groundbreaking feature writing, essential service journalism, and arresting visual storytelling. We're looking for someone who can help us take the magazine to the next level, designing in a high-caliber team of designers, photo editors, and staff photographers. Official responsibilities include: -designing and managing front and back of book pages, working closely with AD -collaborating with staff and freelance contributors -working with AD to manage special projects as needed from concept to execution - redesigns, special interest publications, company initiatives, etc. -working with editors on visually-driven story ideas Unofficial responsibilities include: -Contribute to a freewheeling creative environment where staffers are encouraged to cook up ambitious ideas big and small -inspire and contribute to a talented team of designers and editors wanting to collaborate -setting and maintaining high visual standards; and having a lot of fun while doing so Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio to with JUNIOR DESIGNER in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

ART DIRECTOR

Washingtonian is seeking an imaginative, collaborative, and relentlessly ambitious designer for its creative department. For 50 years, the award-winning city magazine for the Washington DC area has been a home for groundbreaking feature writing, essential service journalism, and arresting visual storytelling. We're looking for someone who can help us take the magazine to the next level, designing in a high-caliber team of designers, photo editors, and staff photographers. Official responsibilities include: -working closely with Creative Director on visual direction of the Washingtonian brand across multiple projects. -designing features, and feature packages -managing front and back of book pages -collaborating with staff and freelance contributors -manage special projects as needed from concept to execution - redesigns, special interest publications, company initiatives, etc. -working with editors on visually-driven story ideas Unofficial responsibilities include: -Contribute to a freewheeling creative environment where staffers are encouraged to cook up ambitious ideas big and small -inspire and contribute to a talented team of designers and editors wanting to collaborate -setting and maintaining high visual standards; and having a lot of fun while doing so Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio to with ART DIRECTOR in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

Graphic Design Associate, Jopwell

Jopwell is seeking a talented Design Associate to partner and support our Creative Director on digital media production, as well as print design. Chief responsibilities include designing and building the creative assets for Jopwell's branding programs, identity development, social media marketing initiatives, and digital media. Specifically, you will work with members of Jopwell's marketing and engineering teams to drive the design of email campaigns, presentations, sales decks, social media collateral, and select features and products. Gain hands-on experience concepting, designing, and implementing communication solutions, with emphasis on branding strategy and strong typography skills. Play key role in our creative production process for a lean but mighty team as we scale to support our exciting roster of hiring partners which include Facebook, Dropbox, Etsy, Squarespace, Mastercard, Salesforce, Box, Team for America, Adobe and 30 + more impressive companies.

Full-Time Faculty Position in Communication Design-Information Design

Fashion Institute of Technology

The ideal candidate will be an industry-leading information designer, with award-winning design sensibility. He/she must have six (6) or more years of high level, full-time professional experience in the specialized field of information design with a comprehensive understanding of current practices, trends, and technology. The candidate must also demonstrate ability to teach college-level visual design courses in both AAS and BFA levels.


Job Description:

The ideal candidate will be an industry-leading information designer, with award-winning design sensibility. He/she must have six (6) or more years of high level, full-time professional experience in the specialized field of information design with a comprehensive understanding of current practices, trends, and technology. The candidate must also demonstrate ability to teach college-level visual design courses in both AAS and BFA levels.

The candidate will assist the department in conceptualizing its direction for the future and will be able to assist the Department in shaping and driving the changes needed for the associate and BFA degree programs. They will add leadership and direction in order to implement the College's strategic plan for 2020 (http://www.fitnyc.edu/6646.asp). Strong preference will be given to those candidates exhibiting experience and understanding of higher education. They will also need to carry out department work in addition to their teach responsibilities.

It is expected that this new faculty member will have an active information design practice and record of utilizing design to promote sustainability and/or social justice. The new faculty member will be expected to have the relevant, terminal degree in design, an MFA, March, MDes, MS, etc. Experience in teaching information design at all levels in a college setting is required as is some familiarity with curricular development, cross-disciplinary emphasis, and utilization of technology and innovation in teaching.

The ideal candidate will excel in the following areas:

Globalism

Demonstrate an understanding of globally diverse areas of design and business and a strong knowledge base in current design business practices.

Demonstrate ability to integrate this knowledge into interdisciplinary, innovative, and cutting edge design curricula.

Instructional Design

Demonstrate a deep understanding, and successful application, of emerging pedagogy, such as team, online, and blended teaching, interdisciplinary teaching methods, and active learning, as well as a proven record of successfully imparting information literacy to students,.

Demonstrate ability to be responsive to industry changes and practices, including technology use, and incorporate those changes, as well as their own professional experiences, into curricula.

Demonstrate ability to develop curricula that take advantage of emerging technologies in the industry.

Learning Enrichment

Demonstrate ability to incorporate a variety of instructional delivery methods, including the use of demonstrations and specific project assignments, based on emerging and innovative pedagogical theory.

Proven understanding and application of interdisciplinary learning.

Demonstrate ability to effectively communicate ideas, being sensitive to different creative learning styles and abilities, while partnering with students to foster critical thinking and creative problem solving.

Professionalism

Maintain a successful record of scholarly exploration in information design with evidence of presentations at professional conferences.

Maintain active participation in the graphic design and/or advertising industry with a willingness to share industry contacts and opportunities to help achieve department and college initiatives.

Demonstrate experience in management and supervision of a design team and/or staff within a collegial work environment.

Technology

Demonstrate technological skills relating to software programs widely used in the industry.

Demonstrate ability to communicate through technology and adapt to the College's learning management system as well as basic management systems.

Demonstrate application of design to promote sustainability and/or to solve social issues.


Requirements:

Bachelor's degree in information design, digital design, graphic design, or related fields. Minimum of three (3) years of post-secondary teaching experience (inclusive of design-related administrative roles such as Director or Coordinator positions). A minimum of six (6) years of high level professional experience in the specialized field of information design. Experience in data visualization and ability to create in multiple media and formats. A strong design portfolio that demonstrates an understanding of current design trends, concepts, and technology is essential.

Master's degree preferred.


Additional Information:

This is a full-time, tenure-track position beginning in Fall 2016. Review of applications will commence immediately and continue until the position is filled.

Salary and appointment rank will be based on education level and experience.

Please note that that a background check is required for appointment to this position.

 

The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), an internationally renowned college of art and design, business and technology, of the State University of New York, invites nominations and applications for a full-time tenure-track faculty position in Communication Design.

The Fashion Institute of Technology, a part of the State University of New York, has been a leader in career education in art, design, business, and technology for nearly 70 years. With a curriculum that provides a singular blend of hands-on, practical experience, classroom study, and a firm grounding in the liberal arts, FIT offers a wide range of outstanding programs that are relevant to today's rapidly changing industries. Internationally renowned, FIT draws on its New York City location to provide a vibrant, creative community in which to learn. The college offers more than 45 majors and grants AAS, BFA, BS, MA, MFA, and MPS degrees, preparing students for professional success and leadership in the global marketplace.

With close ties to industry, FIT draws faculty from the city's art, business, and design elite, and from the rich academic community of the region. The college continually seeks creative faculty members who are passionate about their field and demonstrate exceptional professional capability in the core competencies of instruction design, learning enrichment, globalism, and use of technology, as well as mastery of established and emerging industry practices.

The School of Art and Design offers 17 degree programs and is home to fashion majors, a breadth of visual communication majors and fields as unique as toy design and visual presentation and exhibition design.

Art and Design faculty are industry professionals and foster meaningful curriculum that seeks to maximize the creative and technical potential in each student. Each major in the School of Art and Design is committed to stimulating analytical and independent thinking and faculty are committed to enriching student knowledge of global influences. Faculty members prepare students for entry and advancement in art and design careers and provide a collaborative environment that offers a rich and diverse array of interdisciplinary art and design-related projects and competitions.

Reflecting FIT's Strategic Plan and educational goals, the Communication Design Department prepares students for professional excellence in Advertising and Graphic Design through rigorous design-based curriculum taught by faculty with outstanding academic and professional experience. It is a well-rounded education including a rich selection of liberal arts and related area courses. Students are exposed to their profession through an internship in their final semester, guest lectures, and museum, and design studio gallery visits, tapping into the extensive design community available in New York City.


Application Instructions:

To apply, please visit www.fitnyc.interviewexhcange.com. Online applications are strongly encouraged. Please note applications without all application materials will not be considered.

Please provide the following:

A letter of interest clearly indicating your qualifications for the position;

Professional Résumé/Curriculum Vitae;

Contact information for a minimum of three professional references, including names, titles, addresses, phone numbers, and e-mail contact information.

If your application is accepted, the search committee will request you to provide the following additional application materials:

Sample(s) of recent course syllabus or recently developed curriculum;

A design portfolio with 10-15 samples of professional information design and data visualization projects that have been realized (maximum file size 3MB, with project name, year made, client). This will be viewed on screen; please set the color mode and image resolution accordingly.

A PDF teaching portfolio with 10-15 samples of student work from different college-level courses of instruction (maximum file size: 3MB, with school, year, class name, project name, student name). This will be viewed on screen; please set the color mode and image resolution accordingly.

3 Professional letters of recommendation

Please note due that due to the volume of applications, we will not be able to contact each applicant individually. Additional information about the Fashion Institute of Technology can be found at: www.fitnyc.edu.

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San Antonio Magazine has an immediate opening for a talented Art Director. We're seeking a design professional with at least 5 years of experience to join the team of this award-winning, growing city magazine. We value team players who are dedicated to creating a superior product every month and working collaboratively in an editorial environment where creative thinking, problem solving and multitasking are essential skills. JOB RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE • Design and layout of monthly issues of 100-plus page publication • Preparing files for printer • Working collaboratively with editors in development of stories from idea phase to production • Managing part-time photo assistant and design interns • Cultivating stable of freelance photographers, illustrators and artists • Making assignments to contributing artists and assisting at photo shoots as needed • Managing monthly budget • Overseeing overall look of San Antonio Magazine brand across platforms

Art Director- Nexos Magazine

We are currently seeking an experienced Art Director to join our team in Miami. Nexos, with a circulation of 11.7 million, is the only Spanish- and Portuguese- language magazine that connects North and South America, with links to the rest of the world. Found exclusively on American Airlines' Pan-Latin flights, Nexos focuses on Latin celebrities, events, shopping, fashion, cuisine, real estate and lifestyle, all with a sleek, elegant design. It's vital that the candidate be fluent in English and Spanish. As well designing the bi-monthly magazine, there would additional work on sales collateral. THE ROLE: - Lead the creative vision of the magazine, organise photo shoots, commission artwork. - Work with the Editor of Nexos in the planning and production of the title. - Co-ordinate with the American Airlines Design Director in Dallas, as well as the head office in London. - Liaise with the client when needed. - Adhere to the deadlines and budget set for the title. - Ensure that the work is of the highest standard.

Art Director

The NewBay Music group is seeking a talented, energetic and creative Art Director to join its creative department. This person will be a strong contributor to the visual direction of three magazines and be responsible for the design of front and back of the book pages, feature stories and various special projects. The ideal candidate should have a strong knowledge of music and design trends, have the ability to tackle editorial challenges, and find fresh and innovative visual solutions. Prospective candidates must be able to manage large-scale projects in a fun, fast-paced, and collaborative environment.

Art Director

The NewBay Music group is seeking a talented, energetic and creative Art Director to join its creative department. This person will be a strong contributor to the visual direction of three magazines and be responsible for the design of front and back of the book pages, feature stories and various special projects. The ideal candidate should have a strong knowledge of music and design trends, have the ability to tackle editorial challenges, and find fresh and innovative visual solutions. Prospective candidates must be able to manage large-scale projects in a fun, fast-paced, and collaborative environment.

Interactive Graphics Editor

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) seeks a curious, energetic and creative Interactive Graphics Editor to report and illustrate complex and challenging scientific topics. The incumbent will pitch and develop useful, elegant, and compelling interactive explanatory graphics and data visualizations. The incumbent will create and maintain cutting-edge site features and applications that further enhance our interactive, social, dynamic user experience. In a content-driven, fast paced environment, the incumbent will create user features and performance optimizations; collaborate with product and project managers; collaborate with design, back-end and infrastructure teams; write scalable, reusable, highly performant, responsive front-end code. Minimum requirements: • Extensive university or college-level training leading to a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science or equivalent experience • A minimum of 5 years of experience creating and maintaining web applications with an emphasis on front end and javascript technologies • Experience in developing front-end javascript interactive graphics on a variety of deadlines • Experience and deep understanding of development with HTML and CSS • Experience with D3, JQuery, backbone, Angular or other visualization tools • Experience with back-end technologies (RoR, Django,PHP) • Practical knowledge of statistical analysis (SQL, R or other packages) • Experience of mobile-first development • Good understanding and design skills with Adobe Creative Suite • Some experience with Drupal and WordPress are a plus, as well as 3d applications and video FX and editing • Familiarity with design basics like typography, color and information architecture in a storytelling context • Experience in a news/information setting is a plus This person should work well in a team environment and be ready to initiate ideas and concepts for graphics, taking advantage of the available information and the unique approaches to visual storytelling that web technologies make possible. Candidates are expected to be able to see patterns in datasets and design original visualizations that bring clarity to complexity.

AFAR magazine Art/Design Internship (paid)

AFAR magazine is looking for an Intern to assist the Art department. Duties include, but are not limited to, design and production for front-of-book stories, and assisting Art Director, Creative Director and the department with daily responsibilities. Candidates must be detail oriented, digitally proficient, organized, have a strong interest in design and typography, and have a positive attitude. Experience with InDesign and Photoshop is required. This internship is part-time only (3-4 days per week) and located in San Francisco. Start date would be as soon as possible

Tenure-Track Faculty, Assistant or Associate Professor of Illustration

Massachusetts College of Art and Design is seeking an accomplished artist/educator to join our growing illustration program to fill a full-time tenure-track position beginning in the Fall of 2016 at the level of Assistant or Associate Professor. Our curriculum emphasizes the practice of drawing and painting from observation, in order to acquire depth of understanding beyond surface, and advance the development of personal voice. Since illustrators work with a wide range of media, we are looking for a flexible artist with professional expertise in any of the following areas: drawing and painting, printmaking, experimental and 3D work, narrative work of all kinds, as well as a working knowledge of current practices in digital media. Responsibilities: In addition to teaching 12 credits (currently three 4 credit) courses per semester, the faculty member will be expected to participate in student advising, curriculum development, committee work, various departmental activities and student reviews. An ideal candidate will be qualified to teach a variety of courses within the major, serve as an enthusiastic mentor, assist students in preparation for post-graduate experience and potentially teach on the graduate level. We also seek someone who will broaden the department's professional presence beyond the college community and issues of diversity. Established in 1873, Massachusetts College of Art was the first and remains the only freestanding public college of art and design in the United States. The college is nationally known for offering broad access to a quality professional arts education, accompanied by a strong general education in the liberal arts. A major cultural force in Boston, MassArt offers public programs of award winning, acclaimed exhibitions, lectures, and events. Starting date is September 2016. Salary commensurate with experience. Excellent benefits. Massachusetts College of Art and Design is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Members of under-represented groups and those committed to working in a diverse cultural environment are encouraged to apply. Review of applications will begin on Thursday, December 31, 2015 and will continue until the position is filled.

Art Director

The Village Voice has an immediate opening for an experienced editorial art director. The art director is responsible for all visual components of both digital and print publications, overseeing photography, videography and illustration as well as maintaining the overall design quality and integrity of the print publication. Ideal candidates will: - Be able to conceptualize and produce modern and compelling design for covers, features, editorial pages and special online presentations. - Have experience commissioning high-quality videography, photography and illustration, negotiating fees, clearing rights and managing a budget. - Understand how to balance strong leadership with strong collaboration in order to thrive in a deadline-driven team environment. - Have a superior understanding of typography and expert-level skills in Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign and Acrobat. Five years of editorial design experience is required. Knowledge of a postscript- and PDF- based workflow is beneficial. Other talents such as illustration, photography or video production are desirable. This is a full-time position with benefits. Interested and qualified applicants should submit resume, samples, salary requirements and cover letter to: vv.art.director@gmail.com

Art Director

Savannah Georgia... eclectic, creative and warm! South magazine--the award winning publication that celebrates the style of the new South--has an amazing career opportunity for a full time Art Director in our Savannah, GA office. Salary to be determined with experience. Responsibilities will include- Conceiving and executing designs for editorial layouts, ads, etc. Coordinate production of magazine with pre-press house and printer - Acquiring artwork - Assigning photography- Ensuring adherence to budgets and deadlines Qualifications and requirements include: - Ability to present own creative concepts and create original art elements (photography, illustration, typography, graphics) - Outgoing, enthusiastic, self-starting approach - Excellent communication, organization and computer skills - Prior experience in a design related field - Work closely with publisher and editor to execute and conceptualize our product through photography and design. Live and work in one of this countries most creative, eclectic and historic cities. Send your resume to mb@thesouthmag.com Salary range is $45k-65k depending upon experience. Please see cost of living comparison.. http://money.cnn.com/calculator/pf/cost-of-living/

Associate Art Director

The NewBay Music group is seeking a talented, energetic and creative Associate Art Director to join its small creative department. This person will be a strong contributor to the visual direction of three magazines and be responsible for the design of front and back of the book pages, feature stories and various special projects. The ideal candidate should have a strong knowledge of music and design trends, have the ability to tackle editorial challenges, and find fresh and innovative visual solutions. Prospective candidates must be able to manage large-scale projects in a fun, very fast-paced, and collaborative environment. Responsibilities include: • Conceptualize, create and execute the design of department pages, features, and occasionally covers. • Design sample pages and compose style sheets for layout production • Manage the visual design and production from inception to finish • Help manage billing for each issue • Manage the production of digital and marketing materials • Create and manage budgets for individual art projects such as photography and illustration • Help mentor a junior level designer

Photo Director

Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia is seeking a Photo Director to serve as a creative partner and collaborator for the Editors in Chief and Creative Directors of Martha Stewart Living's magazines and books, and ensure a consistent photographic identity for the brand. Responsibilities: • Oversee the production and scheduling of all photography for publishing, in collaboration with the art department, stylists, and story teams. • Manage the team of photo editors, producers, and in-house photographers. • Attend creative review meetings and ensure the photographic direction is being communicated clearly to photo editors and to photographers being assigned. • Ensure photo shots are being produced on budget, on time, and in a thorough and efficient manner. • Oversee the monthly photo shoot calendars and story budgets for the content group. • Produce shoots, from start to finish, along with the team; work directly with Martha Stewart to plan her shoots. • Attend concept meetings and contribute visual solutions to stories. Seek out and pitch new photographers. • Negotiate terms with photographers, illustrators, and agents; book photographers; and track final invoices against estimates. • Manage the invoicing processes and procedures, including approvals, coding, and resolving discrepancies between photographers, vendors and accounting. • Work with Studio Manager daily to allocate studio space in all in-house shoots. Research and book outside studio locations when necessary.

Digital Designer

This position will report to the Lead designer. Will work closely with a team of designers to create short form visual animated graphics that furthers the story telling, and brand standards. Responsibilities: - Create short form motion graphics animations and gifs. - Designing / illustrating creative elements for animations. - Create designed content on a daily basis - Work closely with team of visual designers, to meet daily design needs - Working on projects from concept to production, making sure we meet brand standards and timelines. - Setting type

Family Circle Junior Designer

An ideal candidate for the junior designer position will have a BA in graphic design or other design related field, and have some experience working at a publication either as a paid position or internship. As junior designer your duties will include attending art department meetings to discuss visual approaches to stories, working closely with other members of the art and photo departments to design front of book and department pages, circulating layouts and assisting with administrative tasks such as sending out and filing contracts. We have a small department and all share the day to day responsibilities of putting out a magazine as well as being involved in social media aspects of our brand. If you are a creative, detail oriented, and organized team player this is a great opportunity for growth. Must have good working knowledge of Indesign; knowledge of Woodwing, Illustrator and Photoshop a big plus.

designer

Washingtonian is seeking an imaginative, collaborative, and relentlessly ambitious designer for its creative department. For 50 years, the award-winning city magazine for the Washington DC area has been a home for groundbreaking feature writing, essential service journalism, and arresting visual storytelling. We're looking for someone who can help us take the magazine to the next level, designing in a high-caliber team of designers, photo editors, and staff photographers. Official responsibilities include: -designing compelling well and department features -collaborating with staff and freelance contributors -manage special projects as needed from concept to execution - redesigns, special interest publications, company initiatives, etc. -working with editors on visually-driven story ideas Unofficial responsibilities include: -Contribute to a freewheeling creative environment where staffers are encouraged to cook up ambitious ideas big and small -inspire and contribute to a talented team of designers and editors wanting to collaborate -setting and maintaing high visual standards; and having a lot of fun while doing so Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio to with senior designer in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Contact Email:designjobs@washingtonian.com Contact Name: Jason Lancaster

Art Director

MANIFEST, one of the top-ranked independent U.S. Content Marketing agencies, has an exciting opportunity for a creative, experienced and highly motivated Art Director to join our NYC studio design team. We're looking for a team member who is motivated to elevate our editorial design by conceptualizing new and innovative ways to thrill the core audiences of some of the country's largest and most popular brands. The ideal candidate for this full-time position will be passionate about editorial design, demonstrate strong typography skills, and have experience in photo direction. The Art Director is responsible for all visual aspects of assigned magazine title(s), newsletters, and other ancillary projects, in adherence with production schedules and processes. Titles may be established, in redesign or ground-up projects. In collaboration with the editors and account team members, insure client satisfaction and realization of marketing goals through proactive client communications and counseling, strategic planning, and the creation of top-quality marketing communications. Will interface with clients one-on-one, providing creative and strategic guidance. Also responsible for the support other projects as needed. Titles may include: Single Sponsor publications, Ad-based publications, Custom-Plus client pages, Custom-Plus (as well as some prototype execution). Experience: Minimum 5 years graphic design including 3 years publication-specific experience. Technical Skills: Proficiency in InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Power Point, Excel Skills Sets: Publication Design, Art Direction, Project Management (including workflow, schedule and budget), Basic Marketing, Customer Service, Communications (both verbal and presentation); Understanding of Web and Mobile design best practices a plus.

Industrial Designer

We are seeking a talented Industrial Design, ideally with projects demonstrating an understanding of and experience with electrical consumer goods. Fluency with materials, engineering principles, electricity and everything else related to creating electrical consumer goods and guiding the prototyping and production process. Must be able to travel several times a year to oversee production abroad. We are open to various levels of experience depending on the individual candidate. However a strong portfolio is a must. This is a full time in-house position. amika is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or any other category protected by law, with respect to recruitment, hiring, or any other status of employment.

Deputy Design Director

Chicago magazine has an exciting career opportunity for a creative and experienced deputy design director. You will collaborate with the design director on the monthly print magazine, designing features and departments, as well as designing the tablet edition and special inserts. The ideal candidate will have a strong editorial portfolio that demonstrates typography skills, excellent use and direction of photography and an inventive use of illustration. The deputy design director will work closely with the photo editor to commission photographs that enhance the magazine and will work tightly with various editors to ensure fresh and unique presentations of the content of the magazine. Responsibilities: • Design departments and features for the monthly magazine • Coach junior art department staff members • Work closely with editors to create and oversee the overall look of the magazine • Coordinate with production and editorial to make sure deadlines are met • Direct photoshoots • Commission illustrations • Under the direction of the design director, coordinate the recruitment and development of design/art interns as well as freelance designers • Work within budgets and ensure illustrators and photographers are paid in a timely manner • Step in to run the art department when the design director is away • Perform design work and projects for the brand's digital properties

Creative Director

Institutional Investor magazine is seeking an experienced, energetic creative director to lead the design of Institutional Investor, its sister publication, Institutional Investor's Alpha, as well as the magazines' websites, instiutionalinvestor.com and instutitionalinvestorsalpha.com. The individual will work closely with the editor, international editor, research director and managing editor to create, define and execute the visual strategy for all content. He/she will manage art and photography for the two magazines and websites and will work with freelance photographers, illustrators, and graphic designers. Digital design experience is essential. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Design stories and covers. • Manage the small team of designers, whose responsibilities include designing the magazine, assisting with both print and web production and prepping art for digital content. • Assist in updating institutionalinvestor.com by providing ideas for displaying content/charts/data and enhancing the overall user experience. • Shoot photographs as needed and be the visual steward for the brand across platforms. • Attend editorial and production meetings. • Manage and mentor the art team, share resources and help them find solutions when questions and challenges arise. Serve as a first line of approval for their work product. • Provide feedback and guidance to freelancers, ensuring quality expectations and deadlines are met. Requirements: • A bachelor's degree with 7-10 years of art direction experience. • Strong magazine and typographic expertise, with a keen eye for photography, illustration and overall design. • Ability to create exciting infographics, charts and visual explanations. • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite: InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator required, as well as experience designing digital content. • Thorough knowledge of image processing and retouching, color correction and CMYK pre-press and printing processes. • Experience visualizing and art directing photo shoots. • Ability to recruit, cultivate and retain freelance talent. • A proactive self-starter with a collaborative spirit and a can-do attitude. • Excellent organizational, communication and time management/multi-tasking skills. • An innate ability to be detail-oriented, consistent and reliable. • Must find satisfaction in contributing ideas and being hands-on to make the work happen. • Ability to navigate adversity and anticipate issues before they arise. • Ability to work on a tight budget.

Features Designer (Full Time- NY, NY)

We are seeking a motivated Features Designer to join our team in a face-paced, deadline driven environment! Position will focus mainly designing NYP feature sections, but may include work on stand-alone fashion/lifestyle section, ALEXA. Day to day responsibilities will have an emphasis on print design, with opportunities for digital projects as well. Key Responsibilities: • Design for various sections of the paper, with emphasis on features and special sections. • Execute designs that are sophisticated and forward looking, displaying a strong sense of content. • Proactively approach daily and weekly projects, developing smart solutions for telling stories visually. • Work collaboratively with editors, photo editors, and other designers. • Work within both daily and weekly deadlines. • Ensure adherence to established style guidelines for all assignments. • Work on digital design projects as needed.

Associate Art Director - Portland

SagaCity Media has an opening in its Portland office for an Associate Art Director to work in our Custom, Mountain, and/or Bridal divisions. The Associate Art Director will join our design team to help develop and produce art content--publication design, photography, illustration, layouts--for several of SagaCity's Custom clients and/or our own Mountain and Bridal publications.

Associate Art Director

SagaCity Media, Inc. is seeking a self-motivated, meticulous, team-player for an immediate opening in the position of Associate Art Director in our Custom Media division. The Associate Art Director will join our Custom team to help develop and produce art content--publication design, photography, illustration, and layouts--for several of SagaCity's Custom clients.

Art Director

SagaCity Media has an opening in its Seattle office for an art director to work in our Custom Media division. The art director will join our Custom team to help develop and produce art content--publication design, photography, illustration, and layouts--for several of SagaCity's Custom clients. Duties include: working with the creative team to set a vision for publications; assigning, producing, or sourcing photography and illustrations; designing magazine pages; developing maps, charts, and other information graphics; and managing freelance art relationships and project budgets. The candidate must have the ability to conceive and execute original designs, a keen eye for photography, exceptional typography skills, and fastidious attention to detail. The candidate must also be able to work effectively in daily collaboration with internal editorial, production, and design teams, and must maintain close working relationships with external clients. Candidates should be comfortable managing projects from end to end, including presenting and acting as the design point person to external clients, creating comprehensive schedules, and other tasks as needed to ensure all project milestones are met.

Junior Graphic Designer

Observer Media is seeking a junior designer to join its art and production department to art direct and layout the Commercial Observer, a weekly newspaper covering the commercial real estate industry and help with the designing of the New York Observer, New York's premier weekly newspaper. This position will report to the Creative Director and will work closely with the editors of Commercial Observer and the photo department, from concept to postproduction, making sure to meet brand standards and timelines to design the newspaper, commission illustration, create info graphics, charts and great looking pages on a weekly basis. Also, laying out a weekly online newsletter is part of the job and some digital work as well.

Art Director- Nexos Magazine

We are currently seeking an experienced Art Director to join our team in Miami. Nexos, with a circulation of 11.7 million, is the only Spanish- and Portuguese- language magazine that connects North and South America, with links to the rest of the world. Found exclusively on American Airlines' Pan-Latin flights, Nexos focuses on Latin celebrities, events, shopping, fashion, cuisine, real estate and lifestyle, all with a sleek, elegant design. It's vital that the candidate be fluent in English and Spanish. As well designing the bi-monthly magazine, there would additional work on sales collateral. The Role - Lead the creative vision of the magazine, organize photo shoots, commission artwork. - Work with the Editor of Nexos in the planning and production of the title. - Co-ordinate with the American Airlines Design Director in Dallas, as well as the head office in London. - Liaise with the client when needed. - Adhere to the deadlines and budget set for the title. - Ensure that the work is of the highest standard.

Designer/Illustrator

Help lead the digital transformation of one of Seattle's most iconic media brands, driving key initiatives to optimize print while accelerating digital growth. The Seattle Times has an opening for a creative, energetic designer with illustration skills to join our visual team. We cover news and events that impact the people who live, work and care about Seattle and the surrounding region. In addition to providing excellent journalism, our team designs and maintains all platforms that publish it, from our daily paper to seattletimes.com. The ideal candidate will be comfortable working on deadline in a fast-paced environment. The designer will be responsible for designing daily pages and interactive projects as well as creating illustrations. The designer should be a self-starter who is able to think creatively and provide visual solutions to enhance our storytelling. What will you do? • Produce effective designs and illustrations (static and/or interactive) for daily and project use within the established style guidelines for various coverage areas on multiple platforms. • Must have an emphasis on: appropriateness of style, execution, clarity of visual storytelling, impact, concept, accuracy and a commitment to proofreading and editing all design work. • Take a multi-platform approach to design and storytelling and participate in the associated prototyping, storyboarding and planning endeavors. What will it take to be successful? • Knowledge of graphics and illustration tools such as Adobe CC Suite and experience with responsive web design techniques. • Demonstrated ability to take concepts and translate into visual storytelling images or interactive web pieces. • Experience with current web standards, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript and relevant code libraries. • Established illustration styles • Ability to capture concepts in surprising and delightful ways • Ability to work in high pressure, fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. • Strong attention to detail. • Strong communication skills and ability to work as part of a team. Requirements • Knowledge of graphics and illustration tools such as Adobe Suite (Creative Cloud or older CS versions) • Experience with responsive web design techniques. • Demonstrated ability to take concepts and translate into visual storytelling images or interactive web pieces. • Experience with current web standards, including HTML, CSS, JavaScript and relevant code libraries. • Established illustration styles • Ability to capture concepts in surprising and delightful ways • Ability to work in high pressure, fast-paced, deadline-driven environment. • Experience/ familiarity with pagination systems and WordPress preferred

Design Director, Coastal Living

The Position: Design Director, Coastal Living Location: Birmingham, AL Time Inc. is one of the largest branded media companies in the world. The company reaches more than 130 million people globally each month across multiple platforms, with influential brands like Time, People, Sports Illustrated, InStyle, Real Simple, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine and Wallpaper. Our Birmingham AL location is home to our well-known Coastal Living, Southern Living, Cooking Light, MyRecipes.com and Oxmoor brands. About Birmingham: This southern city is in the midst of a cultural renaissance. It's not about barbecue; it's not about cool coffee joints; it's not about reclaimed urban green space; it's not about converted loft neighborhoods; it's not about new restaurant, bar, shop, and gallery openings; it's not about music, art, and film festivals. It's about all of that, and so much more. Best of all: you can enjoy everything the city has to offer and a high quality of life. Thanks to short commute times and mild weather (think year-round outdoor living). The Job: Do you love gorgeous homes, delicious food, sunny travel, inspiring people, and warm-weather style? Are you passionate about a coastal lifestyle? Do you have a knack for seeing the big picture outlook while also obsessing over the smallest of details? Do you art direct your world, from your home to your outfit? If your answer to these questions is a resounding yes, then read on for details about the Coastal Living Design Director. The Design Director is a senior member of the management team, the visual authority of the staff. S/he will work with the Editor and Style Director to create, define, and execute visual strategy for all content for Coastal Living. You will: • Oversee all design direction. Ensure that overall look and feel of the brand products is appealing to both consumer and advertising audiences. • Assist in shaping editorial direction. Collaborate with editor, style director executive editor, and managing editor to generate editorial content mix, relying heavily on brand awareness and brand filter. Work closely with editors and the art department to reinforce brand mission through story design. • Manage and mentor members of the art and photo departments and freelance designers. Coach them in all things "coastal"; share resources; and help them find solutions when questions and challenges arise. Serve as a first line of approval for their work product. • Design and art direct content. Design all covers and certain features; art direct photo shoots when needed. • Facilitate communication. Help serve as a liaison between editorial, art, and photo departments. • Ensure consistency of brand design across all sections and platforms. • Know the landscape. Monitor competitors for ideas and talent. You have: • 7-10 years of art direction experience at a magazine, catalogue, or other relevant business • The ability to navigate adversity and anticipate issues before they arise • Clear communication skills, a detail-oriented approach, consistent execution and overall reliability • A passion for what you do; your enthusiasm for your work is contagious • A deep understanding of and finely honed filter for the brand

Senior Food Editor

Location: Birmingham, AL Southern Living celebrates the best of life in the South, both in our content and through publications and programs that enrich the lives of millions of our devoted readers. As the signature Southern brand in the Time Inc. portfolio, Southern Living acts as the go-to resource, both in print and online, for people who love the Southern lifestyle. Created by a team of experts on Southern food, gardens, home design, travel, and style, SouthernLiving.com is the ultimate insiders' guide to life in the South. The job: The Senior Food Editor, will help shape the food & entertaining vision for Southern Living leading the charge at the signature Southern brand within the Time Inc. portfolio. This is a key role for an experienced food editor who is excited by the chance to mobilize a team around big ideas, projects, and packages. You will: • Pitch, package and produce seasonal food and entertaining stories across platforms and pillars for features, section leads and monthly columns and traffic-generating digital campaigns • Own and edit the food section of the magazine • Mentor junior staff in pitching, packaging, reporting and writing • Utilize your network of talented freelancers and tastemakers, finding creative, relevant angles for them to contribute to our brand • Work with our General Manager to monitor workflows, especially from the perspective of junior editors • Meet every deadline, every time - and work with junior staff to do the same • Generate multiple pieces of digital content every month You are: • Experienced magazine editor: You can map out 15 months of seasonal food content at a time. You are inspired by great packaging and come with the knowledge and experience needed to plan and pull off inspired packaging youYou willrself. You have superior editing, writing and reporting skills. • Leader with a vision: You take abstract ideas and transform them into compelling, robust packages. You are part diplomat, part project manager. You can motivate groups of people and bring them together to execute ambitious projects. You get things done. You enjoy teaching and mentoring. In a world where we're working on multiple things at once you help others determine what to prioritize and the most efficient way to stay on track. • Problem solver: When writers and editors come to you with issues, you identify solutions. You're always building and maintaining a network of on-the-ground sources that enable us to produce trustworthy food content through a proven community of insiders. • Ideas person: You are naturally creative and enjoy brainstorming and collaborating. When you look at a story in the headlines, you can envision how to approach it from additional, reader-focused angles. You also think bigger: packages, franchises, newsletters, partnerships and more. • Immersed: You come with a clear perspective and a deep interest in all things Southern Living with a specific interest in food. When we invite you in for an interview, we'll be able to feel your energy, enthusiasm, and interest.

Deputy Art Director, Boston magazine

Boston magazine seeks an imaginative, ambitious, and collaborative Deputy Art Director to join our design team. Qualified candidates for this full-time position will have 5-7 years of professional experience and a portfolio demonstrating strong typography skills, experience directing photoshoots, and an appreciation for contemporary illustration. Responsibilities include: • Working closely with the Design Director to plan and execute feature, section, and department layouts • Commissioning and directing work from contributing photographers, illustrators, and graphic artists • Finding ways to tell stories graphically and in unconventional ways • Nurturing and cultivating a deep roster of contributing photographers, illustrators and graphic artists • Directing food, fashion, and portrait photo shoots as appropriate • Mentoring a young and eager team of design interns

senior designer

Washingtonian is seeking an imaginative, collaborative, and relentlessly ambitious senior designer for its creative department. For 50 years, the award-winning city magazine for the Washington area has been a home for groundbreaking feature writing, essential service journalism, and arresting visual storytelling. We're looking for someone who can help us take the magazine to the next level, designing in a high-caliber team of designers, photo editors, and staff photographers. Official responsibilities include: -designing compelling well and department features -collaborating with staff and freelance contributors -manage special projects as needed from concept to execution - redesigns, special interest publications, company initiatives, etc. -working with editors on visually-driven story ideas Unofficial responsibilities include: -Contribute to a freewheeling creative environment where staffers are encouraged to cook up ambitious ideas big and small -inspire and contribute to a talented team of designers and editors wanting to collaborate -setting and maintaing high visual standards and having a lot of fun while doing so! Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio to with senior designer in the subject line. No phone calls, please.

ESPN The Magazine

The Art Director/Special Projects' responsibilities are far-reaching and include managing the day-to-day duties of the department, the design process for Special Interest Publications (SIPs) and collaborating with editors at the magazine and across platforms. This position is based in Bristol, CT, at the magazine's campus office.

Senior Digital Designer

Hearst Digital is looking for a Senior Designer to create and oversee the visual identity for a new multi-platform brand, covering fashion, beauty, music, entertainment, culture, travel, food, and more. This is a unique opportunity to be a part of building a media brand from the ground up, including how it will appear on all platforms, and the style of its photography, illustration, graphic design, and video and motion graphics. This position will work closely with both section editors and writers, and will eventually manage a team of designers and photo editors. Responsibilities: · Oversee all brand visuals, including social media, articles, and videos. · Collaborate with editors to brainstorm ideas for visually based stories, including galleries and infographics. · Oversee a small team of designers and photo editors. · Assign and manage freelance illustrators and other artists creating original content. · Work simultaneously with editors and ad and branded content teams to ensure sponsored photo shoots, graphics, and other visuals fit the brand aesthetic. · Create and execute strategies to grow the brand on visual-based social platforms, both existing and as new ones emerge. Requirements: · All-around love for the Internet. You should live and breathe digital media. · Strong knowledge of how to optimize visual elements for both desktop and mobile experiences. · Think not only visually, but editorially, generating ideas that make content richer and more engaging. · Established relationships with creative talent, and a passion for discovering artists on the rise. · Knack for producing shareable stories. · Expertise in digital design tools, including InDesign, Photoshop, and After Effects. · 6-8 years of experience

Associate Art Director/Designer

Design: • Works with art director to conceive and design all print and digital YJ issues • Moodboards art direction for upcoming photo shoots • Leads art direction on assigned photo shoots, assisting with styling and sourcing • Designs and/or manages several digital products and Special Interest Publications Production: • Works with the Art Director and Managing Editor to execute all aspects of production, ensuring all deadlines are hit • Manages logistics of all digital content deliverables Management: • Helps select and manage art department intern and freelancers

SENIOR ART DIRECTOR / Los Angeles Magazine

SENIOR ART DIRECTOR Los Angeles Magazine Los Angeles Magazine is looking for a creative, experienced, highly motivated Senior Art Director to join our design team and handle a broad range of design duties in the conception, design, and execution of a monthly city magazine. The ideal candidate for this full-time position will demonstrate strong typography skills, experience in photo direction and the ability to work closely with editorial staff, freelance photographers and illustrators. A creative approach to design and the ability to juggle and meet multiple deadlines is a must. Education/Experience: A bachelor's degree with 5-10 years experience in the magazine publishing industry.

Marketing Communications Specialist 3 (Designer, The Penn Stater Magazine)

Marketing Communications Specialist 3 (Designer, The Penn Stater Magazine) The Penn Stater magazine is seeking a Designer to join our team that produces an award-winning bi-monthly magazine for the country's largest alumni association (more than 176,000 members). This position reports to the Art Director and is responsible for the design of front- and back-of-book department pages and the occasional feature. In addition to design, duties include photo research; prepping digital files for prepress; trafficking files through our production process; working closely with freelance illustrators; and participating in planning and brainstorming meetings with the rest of the magazine staff. Candidates should have the ability to take a project from concept to completion; be proficient in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop; and excel working both independently and in a creative team environment. The successful candidate must possess exemplary interpersonal skills and demonstrate a genuine appreciation in working with diverse audiences. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Apply to job 58277 at http://apptrkr.com/636363 CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/ , which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report. Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Junior Designer, Digital Editorial

Hearst Digital Media is seeking a Jr Designer, Editorial to join the Editorial Operations team working with the visual design team that supports all of our 18 sites, including Elle.com, ElleDecor.com, MarieClaire.com, CountryLiving.com, Esquire.com, GoodHousekeeping.com, and Seventeen.com. Job Description This position will report in to the Creative Director of HDM and will work closely with the editors on all of the HDM brands to create visual design that furthers the story telling on each site, and brand standards. You will work in close partnership with the Product, UX, and Engineering teams, as well as the Branded Content Studio. Responsibilities: - Create and commission infographics, design elements for digital features - Work on projects from concept to postproduction making sure we meet brand standards and timelines - Great at problem solving - Drive constant improvement in HDM's quality and capabilities - Ideate/design/revise out-of-the-box digital ad experiences - Contribute to the development of a range of creative executions for each project while meeting tight deadlines Collaborate across teams, departments and offices Requirements: - A minimum of 1 year of professional experience or equivalent internship experience required A minimum of a Bachelor's degree in graphic design, digital design, visual communications or a related study required - Familiarity with pop culture, fashion, trends - Excellent at using typography and type design - Master of current digital design tools such as Adobe CS as well as developing design technologies and workflows Detail-oriented with great self-motivation, organization and communication skills - Motion graphics and video experience is a plus

Art Director, Digital Editorial

Hearst Digital Media is seeking a Art Director, Editorial to join the Editorial Operations team working with the visual design team that supports all of our 18 sites, including Elle.com, ElleDecor.com, MarieClaire.com, CountryLiving.com, Esquire.com, GoodHousekeeping.com, and Seventeen.com. Job Description This position will report in to the Creative Director of HDM and will work closely with the editors on all of the HDM brands to create visual design that furthers the story telling on each site, and brand standards. You will work in close partnership with the Product, UX, and Engineering teams, as well as the Branded Content Studio. Reponsibilities: Create and commission infographics, design elements for digital features Mentor a team of approximately 5 visual designers Manage projects from concept to postproduction making sure we meet brand standards and timelines Study the marketplace, assessing where HDM work stands against competitors' and ensure that we are ahead of the curve All work created with an eye to audience growth Use available analytics to understand content performance Drive constant improvement in HDM's quality and capabilities Requirements: At least 5 years as a digital designer Proven creative leadership skills; Design/Art management background Excellent at producing shareable, digital-friendly content Good judgment as to what works to drive audience and engagement in digital media Familiarity with pop culture, fashion, trends Eye for typography and type design Master of current digital design tools such as Adobe CS as well as developing design technologies and workflows Must be a bridge-builder, working with teams that have uniquely different experiences together to build great digital products Photo shoot experience a plus

Graphic Designer

Long Island Pulse Magazine has an immediate opening for a graphic designer and seeks a talented individual for in-house art department. Strong knowledge of typography and layout design is critical. Minimum 3-5 years full time professional experience in publication or agency environment required. Under the direction of the Art Director, the Graphic Designer will perform editorial design, photo retouching and typography design. Hours are 9-5, and may vary depending upon deadlines.

Interactive Designer

The interactive designer, under the leadership of the digital director, will work with different departments within D Magazine ranging from editorial, audience development, sales, marketing, and brand. Projects can range from full build of micro sites to style adjustments based on user-behavior. Designer will prepare mockups, wireframes, designs, digital ads, and other UX/UI related items to develop and manage creative ideas from concept to completion. The interactive designer must be able to communicate design ideas in web-friendly terms, as well as collaborate, with the front-end developer. Some topics being discussed in the past month: • enhanced mobile experience across the site • better integration of event listings within editorial content • new and improved corporate site that is easily maintained by sales staff • longform template designs

Redbook Magazine Art Department Fall Intern

REDBOOK magazine (Hearst Publications) is seeking energetic graphic design college students for an internship in the Art Department for the Fall 2015 semester. Accepting applications now. This is an unpaid internship with a commitment of at least 2 days a week, 10AM--6PM; however, there is a possibility for this to be a full working-week schedule. Students must be able to receive college credit in exchange for their time here. The intern will support the art team and have first-hand experience working on the magazine. DUTIES: design a variety of departments, minor imaging work, visual research, updating layout and visual walls, researching illustrators, and art admin work. QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates should have an interest in magazine publishing, some print experience a plus. Must have a solid understanding of Typography, Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator.

Los Angeles Magazine // Assistant AD

Los Angeles Magazine is looking for a creative, experienced, highly motivated Assistant Art Director to join our design team and handle a broad range of design duties in the conception, design, and execution of a monthly city magazine. The ideal candidate for this full-time position will demonstrate strong typography skills, experience in photo direction and the ability to work closely with editorial staff, freelance photographers and illustrators. A fresh, creative approach to design and the ability to juggle and meet multiple deadlines is a must.

Design Director- Chicago Magazine

Chicago magazine is seeking a dynamic Design Director to lead the visual direction of this 44-year-old brand across all platforms: an award-winning monthly print magazine, a popular and fast-growing website, and a recently relaunched tablet app. This is a unique opportunity to join a fast-paced and creative environment, leading a sharp and talented staff to create powerful visual content in a city full of great stories. Responsibilities: •Lead visual direction of brand across all platforms, as well as take lead role in visual branding as it relates to all marketing and promotional materials. •Lead four-person design staff (including photo editor), coaching their development and creative growth. In addition, hire and develop freelance talent as needed. •Develop and set standards for photography, illustration and graphic storytelling. •Manage freelance and photography budgets. •Take active role in brand strategy and growth •Lead development of any and all new products as they relate to brand expansion.

1) Editorial Designer with Marketing Skills 2) Digital Designer

Segal Savad, an award-winning boutique design studio located in downtown Manhattan, is searching for: 1) Editorial Designer with Marketing Skills 2) Adobe DPS Digital Designer and Liason Titles and salaries to be determined based on portfolio and level of experience. 1) Editorial Designer We are looking for an unusual kind of talent: an editorial designer who also has a great sense for marketing and brand expression. A good conceptual thinker. A self-confident, independent and engaged communicator. A participator that brings solid ideas to the table -- and has great attention to detail. You will work directly with clients and manage projects from start to end (pre press/production). You will directly with clients, attend meetings and some occasional travel may be required. We're looking for someone who is hard-working, passionate, open to learning new digital programs and skills and willing to put in the extra hours required to create something smart and beautiful. You are fearless and ready to grow! 2) DPS Digital Designer This position is not about coding -- it's about the ability to create front end design for mobile and websites, as well as digital strategy and communication, we will teach you to become an Adobe DPS expert, designing for mobile (without coding) -- and you will help us keep on top of emerging and changing communication technologies. Significant amount of direct client contact and some travel will be required. Be ready to continually learn new and changing technologies along with the rest of our team. This person will enjoy client engagement, in addition to working collaboratively with our designers, developers, and our sales parters. *Please indicate which position you are interested in when you contact us, and if you're interested in both positions just let us know that too!

Art Director

Our client is an independent Book Publishing company based in the SF/East Bay area. Their print and digital publishing business launches new titles each month using data analytics to identify trending topics with commercial potential. They seek an Art Director with editorial publishing experience to lead a team of creative freelancers to design print and e-book covers and interiors. Responsibilities: Design book covers and interiors on a demanding production schedule Manage freelance creatives including designers, illustrators, typesetters, and photo editors Produce cover mechanicals and print-ready files Create and apply design templates for book interiors Collaborate closely with editorial and design colleagues Review and approve finished design work Additional design, production and administrative tasks as required Assist with E-Book design & production Requirements: Minimum three years experience as Art Director or Senior Designer Demonstrated excellence in editorial design, ideally in Trade Book publishing Conceptual thinker who applies creative skills to communicate ideas Sophisticated understanding of typography and typesetting process Thorough knowledge of print production requirements for publishing Strong verbal and written communication skills Able to work on multiple projects, prioritize tasks and meet deadlines Highly organized with great attention to detail Collaborative team player who also works independently and takes initiative Expertise in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop) Print design background is required, E-Book design is a plus Bachelors degree or equivalent

Associate Art Director

Cincinnati Magazine is looking for a creative, experienced, highly motivated Graphic Designer to handle a broad range of design duties in the conception, coordination, and execution of a monthly city magazine. The ideal candidate for this full-time position will demonstrate strong typography skills, experience in photo direction and styling, and the ability to work closely with editorial staff and freelance photographers and illustrators. A fresh, creative approach to design and the ability to juggle and meet multiple deadlines a must.

Design Director - Chicago Magazine

Chicago magazine is seeking a dynamic Design Director to lead the visual direction of this 44-year-old brand across all platforms: an award-winning monthly print magazine, a popular and fast-growing website, and a recently relaunched tablet app. This is a unique opportunity to join a fast-paced and creative environment, leading a sharp and talented staff to create powerful visual content in a city full of great stories. Chicago magazine and chicagomag.com spur intelligent conversation about the city's influencers, zeitgeist-defining trends, and civic controversies through award-winning long-form journalism. Just as important, we help our readers live better by covering the best in the arts, dining, style, and more.

Art Director

Take Magazine is looking for an Art Director with a multi-platform creative vision, the ability to generate and inspire original concepts, and a high level of design sophistication. You'll join a team of committed and creative individuals and help guide our visual evolution during the crucial first year of a brand-new magazine. In addition to overseeing the magazine, the Art Director will also guide our overall brand image and will push Take's design to the forefront of independent publishing. The day-to-day side of things • Demonstrate expert knowledge of all aspects of design and production. • Work with our Editor-in-Chief to establish overall design themes for each issue • Clearly communicate layout ideas to ensure the best outcome of each story • Manage and adhere to established budgets for creative • Collaborate with a freelance Photo Editor on image selection for all assigned stories • Hire and direct freelance illustrators and designers • Maintain involvement in all phases of design, from conception of stories to final production • Work closely with the team to plan the Take brand's visual development across all of our media platforms and maintain consistency and cohesion of design language throughout.

Production Associate

Fast Company is hiring a full-time production associate, who will report to the production director. The production associate will work on the print magazine and the DPS and iOS apps, along with the websites when necessary. Job duties include: -Sending art to color house for corrections, and guiding the color correction process with the photo department -Routing proofs and match prints to editors throughout the editorial process -Sending files to color house for match prints -Creating layouts and articles in K4 for each issue, and flowing and attaching text -Troubleshoot any K4 issues -Tightening layouts for creative director approval -Converting print layouts to DPS layouts for the iPad issue -Linking art in both print and iPad layouts -Taking care of the production process for the iPad -Working with advertising production for iPad issues to paginate complete digital issue -Creating house ads when necessary -Backing up files after ship, and sending to foreign editions along with print vendors -Updating edit wall regularly

Art Department INTERN

REDBOOK magazine (Hearst Publications) is seeking for energetic graphic design college students for an internship in the Art Department starting JULY 10th. This is an unpaid internship, working 35 hours a week. Student must be able to receive college credit in exchange for their time here. The intern will support the art team and have first-hand experience working on the magazine. DUTIES: - design a variety of departments - minor imaging work - visual research - updating layouts and visual walls - researching illustrators - art admin work. QUALIFICATIONS: - Candidates should have an interest in magazine publishing, some print experience a plus. - Must have a solid understanding of Typography, Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator.

Interactives and Feature Developer

This job is part code and part design. We're looking for someone who truly loves web-native storytelling, has an eye for beautiful things, and has the tech skills to combine the two. This person will bring FP's magazine features to life on the web, as well as enhance our long-form and multimedia storytelling. You'll also work with our web team on producing data visualizations and interactive maps. If you've got the ability and interest, we'd love for you to help build tools to make our newsroom work smarter. In this role, you are part of the newsroom, which is to say, you are a journalist and storyteller first. You'll help make editorial decisions about how stories are best displayed online, what works digitally, and what doesn't -- all the while ensuring that digital presentations function across multiple platforms. You'll also lead development on our signature packages, like our award-winning Global Thinkers. You'll leverage photography, illustrations, graphics, data visualizations, and video to create innovative and engaging visual packages on daily and weekly deadlines. You'll work with art directors and web editors to design individual stories, charts, and other content as needed.

Art Department INTERN

O, the Oprah magazine is seeking for a graphic design college student for an internship in the Art Department. This is an unpaid internship, working 35 hours a week. Student must be able to receive college credit in exchange for their time here. The intern will support the art team and have first-hand experience working on the magazine. DUTIES: - design a variety of departments - flowing in and attaching copy - updating layouts and visual walls - researching illustrators - art admin work QUALIFICATIONS: - Candidates should have an interest in magazine publishing, some print experience a plus. - Must have a solid understanding of Typography, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign. Start Immediately.

Graphic/Data Visualization Designer

Position Summary: Design graphics and create illustrations for interactive experiences on the Brookings web site; create figures and graphics for use in presentations. Design and layout Brookings print publications, including reports, fact-sheets, and other printed items. Principal Duties and Responsibilities: 50% Graphic Design • Create graphics to support Brookings publications on the web and in print. • Create comps, wireframes, and other materials necessary to guide the development of engaging Brookings content experiences. • Create miscellaneous graphics for the Brookings website, social media channels, interactive features, and other content. • Create concept illustrations that communicate Brookings research topics. • Create layouts for reports and essays. 40% Data Visualization and Graphic Content Creation • Draft and design visualization products incorporating feedback from clients. • Create compelling data visualizations and infographics in support of Brookings research. • Collaborate with staff to create infographics and other visualizations to be used strategically various social media platforms. • Perform quality assurance on final products in conjunction with Brookings researchers and communications professionals. 10% Print and Other Design • Work in close conjunction with Brookings researchers and communications professionals, design and layout Brookings print reports, incorporating text, figures and photographs. • Create graphics for use in Brookings Keynote and PowerPoint presentations. Education/Experience Requirements: Minimum bachelor's degree required, bachelor of fine art degree in graphic design preferred. Minimum three years of work experience designing for the web. Must present online portfolio of work that shows versatile design aesthetic and examples of innovative and thoughtful web and data visualization design. Knowledge/Skills Requirements: Thorough knowledge of Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop and InDesign. Familiar with industry best-practices related to print design and brand identity. Working knowledge of web development and technologies, as they relate to design. Proficiency with HTML, CSS and JavaScript preferred. Training provided to applicants that show a basic understanding and willingness to grow. Familiarity with optimizing graphics for online use required. Strategic understanding of social networks like Faceboook, Twitter and YouTube required. Excellent spoken, written, and visual communication skills. Exceptional creativity, enthusiasm, sense of humor, team spirit, commitment, and professionalism. Ability to meet tough deadlines and juggle multiple projects. Familiarity with compatibility and cross-platform issues related to the major browsers and operating systems. Brookings is an equal-opportunity employer that is committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive workplace. We welcome applications from all qualified individuals regardless of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, or other factors protected by law. Successful completion of a background investigation is required for employment at Brookings. No phone calls please.

Art Director

The National Trust for Historic Preservation seeks an exceptionally talented, dynamic, organized, hands-on Art Director with national magazine experience to direct the design strategy of our digital content as well as our flagship publication, Preservation magazine. The ideal candidate has proven experience in publication and content design, demonstrating the use of sophisticated art direction, design, typography, photography and illustration. You must be a multi-tasker who can easily design and lay out a beautiful feature, department, and sidebar, but can also craft a digital piece with punch. We are looking for someone who can turn out pages quickly and has the ability to dissect stories and content across both print and digital using creative solutions in a collaborative environment. This is a key role for a design thinker with a passion for storytelling, usability and an eye for visual consistency. DUTIES: • Conceptualize, art direct and implement sophisticated design solutions across all channels including the pages of the quarterly Preservation magazine--features, departments, ad specials and its digital iterations, digital companion pieces, promotions, social media materials, multimedia and other digital content as needed. • Direct the complete process from conception through hand-off of final press-ready or digital files. • Art direct and hire the best photographers and illustrators. Must have exceptional design, layout, and typographic skills. Ensures design is sophisticated, forward looking, cutting edge and brand compliant. • Must have strong leadership and communication skills, be able to articulate design solutions and execute vision of senior editorial and creative staff. • Support a positive and effective team atmosphere. This is a highly collaborative position and you must be able to multitask and adhere to multiple deadlines. Must be detail-oriented--strong organizational and time management skills are mandatory. • Must have both magazine experience and proven experience taking content across digital environments using creative presentations to tell stories online.

Associate Art Director Print magazines

Topix Media Lab YOU ARE obsessed with magazine design and love the look and feel of the printed page. Creative, hardworking, a whiz with InDesign, Photoshop & Illustrator. A typography geek with a passion for cool graphics and stylish yet classic design. 2+ years of print magazine design experience is absolutely a must. A team player who can handle multiple tasks and a sometimes daunting workload in an accurate and professional manner. Someone who appreciates a decidedly non-corporate environment, working with a small but dedicated (and fun) team of like-minded pros. A dedicated fan of pop culture--music, movies, history, television, sports, fitness, cooking, etc. You'll report to both the Art Director and the Creative Director, and you'll assist in supervising both designers and interns. WE ARE a small but fast-growing publishing company in the Financial District. We publish up to 100 high-end, collectible, newsstand-only magazines per year. We partner with established brands such as Newsweek, Women's Health, Discovery Channel, Men's Health, WWE, TV Guide Magazine, Scientific American, CBS, SPIN and many others (the list seemingly grows every day). Our products are high-quality keepsakes on glossy paper with a diverse range of subject matters--Elvis, Women Who Kill, John Wayne, Elizabeth Taylor, Fall Baking, the Grateful Dead and even Call of Duty. We work in a tight-knit, informal atmosphere but we produce some of the best magazines in the business. Contact us at steven@topixmedia.com

Designer

John Brown Media is launching an exciting New England food and cooking magazine to be headquartered in Boston. We are seeking a full-time designer to assist the art director in shaping the visual language around the digital and print components of the magazine. Responsibilities: • Execute templates and layout of the magazine across all platforms--print, digital, and social • Assist with the production of photoshoots, graphics, and illustration • Design content for both print, digital, and social • Creatively tell stories through a mix of photo, illustration, charts, graphics, and more • Collaborate closely with the editor-in-chief on layouts, story ideas, and treatments Requirements: • At least 2 years graphic design experience, preferably in a consumer magazine • The ability to seamlessly weave between bi-monthly print and daily digital demands • Fluency with design from a digital perspective, including social media • Experience/skill with illustration and custom type (not required, but a bonus) • An idea machine with attention to detail • A highly collaborative mindset

Art Director, Exit 31

The Art Director works with the Creative Director in the development of new design concepts and establishes the "look and feel" of all aspects FiveThirtyEight - an ESPN-owned and operated high-volume website that focuses on quality of content with specific emphasis on data-driven journalism. This position assists in the creative development process of design, photos, marks, and the tone of this platform and product. The Art Director is responsible for the final execution of design direction under the supervision of the Creative Director. This role requires broad knowledge and advanced skills in visual design, information architecture, user interface design, web standards, and a solid understanding of available client-side technologies, as well as an ability to work within a team of designers, editors, and developers to further brand recognition and editorial goals. ESPN, Inc., The Worldwide Leader in Sports, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring the broadest portfolio of multimedia sports assets with over 50 business entities. Headquartered in Bristol, Connecticut, ESPN is 80% owned by ABC, Inc. (a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company), and 20% by the Hearst Corporation. Responsibilities - Well-versed and passionate about photography, illustration, and typography - Interest and experience in Data Visualization - Outstanding communicator, with an eye for detail - Creative thinker, resourceful, organized, detail-oriented - Experience in providing art direction to photographers and illustrators - Ability to concept and collaborate with a diverse editorial team - Ability to lead a team of developers and technologists on execution and implementation of design concepts - Leads execution of wireframing, UX, and testing processes across all platforms - Ability to prototype concepts efficiently and effectively under supervision of Creative Director - Ability to concept and create in-house illustration - Knowledge of the evolution of design within the sphere of digital media - Must have a passion for design and eagerness to push for creative execution - Manages multiple projects, produces design within fast paced environment - Able to maintain consistent design vision across multiple projects - Able to source and maintain relationships with illustrators, designers, and photographers consistent with goals of Creative Director - Provide art direction to illustrators and photographers consistent with the goals of Creative Director Basic Qualifications - A minimum of 6 years of art direction experience (print and/or digital). - Extensive knowledge of Adobe CS, InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop - Deep understanding of user interface, interaction, design and front end design across platforms - Working knowledge of CSS, HTML 5, AfterEffects, Javascript, JQuery Preferred Qualifications - Able to lead consistent design vision across multiple platforms. - Experience in fast paced editorial environment. Required Education Bachelor's degree or advanced degree in related field. Additional Information Imagine a career with an organization that brings smiles to millions every day. Imagine working with people whose passion for what they do is simply indescribable. We are The Walt Disney Company, live with a rich legacy of innovation, entertainment, and lifelong memories. With our vast array of both businesses and professionals, you'll have the opportunity to join a team that's beloved around the world, and to find out how it feels to love what you do. We invite you to discover for yourself why a career with Disney is the opportunity you've been looking for. ESPN is an equal opportunity employer - Female/Minority/Veteran/Disability. Our goal is to create an inclusive workplace for all. Job ID: 268787BR-1

Family Circle Art Summer Intern

Family Circle magazine is looking for an enthusiastic intern for the art department. We are seeking someone who is available full-time this summer. The intern will attend department meetings, will work closely with the designers and photo editors to design front of book and back of book pages, and will also assist with photo research, circulating layouts, updating mini boards, and a few administrative tasks. The ideal candidate must be very organized, have excellent communication skills, a strong knowledge of InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator, and have the ability to work in MS Office programs. This is a hands-on experience to learn how a magazine is developed. This internship is paid and also accepts students who need school credit. Please send all resumes and examples of work to allison.fedele@meredith.com .

Associate Art Director

SagaCity Media has an opening in its Portland office for an Associate Art Director to work in our Custom, Mountain, and/or Bridal divisions.The Associate Art Director will join our design team to help develop and produce art content--publication design, photography, illustration, layouts--for several of SagaCity's Custom clients and/or our own Mountain and Bridal publications.

Art Director

The Art Director will join our Custom team to help develop and produce art content--publication design, photography, illustration, layouts--for several of SagaCity's Custom clients. Qualifications: • Bachelor's degree in Graphic Design or similar field. • 5+ years of experience in art directing or designing for magazines, publications or websites. • Expert skills in Adobe Creative Suite, and extensive knowledge of type, photography, and illustration. • Ability to conceive and execute original designs. • Must have demonstrated experience with Microsoft Office Suite. • Exceptional customer service skills. • Must possess excellent verbal and written communications skills. • Ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced team environment. • Must be detail-oriented and set high standards for accuracy. • Must bring independence, conceptual skills, and organization to a fast-paced workplace. • Strong interpersonal, organizational, analytical, decision-making, and problem-solving skills required. • Ability to maintain strict confidentiality of all employee and company information. • The ideal will have an ongoing interest in travel and the Pacific Northwest. Essential Duties: • Works with the creative team to set a vision for publications. • Assigns, produces, or sources photography and illustrations. • Designs magazine pages; developing maps, charts, and other information graphics. • Manages freelance art relationships and project budgets. • Works effectively in daily collaboration with internal editorial, production, and design teams, and maintains close working relationships with external clients. • Manages projects from end to end, including presenting and acting as the design point person to external clients, creating comprehensive schedules, and other tasks as needed to ensure all project milestones are met.

Graphic Designer, T Brand Studio

The New York Times's branded content agency, T Brand Studio, is looking for a well-rounded Graphic Designer to create beautiful, integrated and effective communications and experiences for our advertisers and for the studio. You'll help design, brainstorm, build and execute innovative multi-platform native and branded experiences across The New York Times's paid post environments and other platforms. In this position, you will be combining deep digital expertise with The New York Times's compelling credentials and collaborating with business stakeholders, editors, designers, producers and developers to define the user interface and experience of these executions. You will be tasked with helping brands discover their story and leveraging the multimedia storytelling power of The New York Times to create compelling custom content that informs, entertains and engages. Job Requirements Work closely with a Creative Director, Art Director, and other designers Produce storyboards, wireframes and mocks necessary to guide development of beautiful, original, and creative branded paid post experiences from concept to implementation Create visual designs that address business, brand, market, and user requirements, including the design and production of site layouts, marketing elements, content treatment and user interface elements Ability to work well in collaborative environment with other designers, writers, developers and producers Have a great visual and typographic sensibility Brainstorm and collaborate with Sales/Sales Development teams and other stakeholders to express cross-platform programs and experiences for clients. Work with web developers and production to ensure successful delivery of the final work product Be confident and not afraid to contribute innovative ideas to shape effective ad experiences across digital, mobile, print and video platforms. Experience Requirements BA/BFA in Graphic Design / Digital Media Design 2-3+ years of marketing / advertising / design experience Good strategic, conceptual skills and a solid knowledge of the digital landscape Self starter--Ability to work independently as well as in cross-functional groups Strong knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite & Microsoft Office Fluency in the fundamentals of design and detail-oriented Strong eye for layout design and typography Excellent organizational and communication skills Strong project/time management and multitasking abilities Interests in advertising, marketing, media, social media and branding Eagerness to produce powerful campaigns and be part of a bigger team Positive and enthusiastic attitude Ability to prioritize and manage work, adhering to critical project timelines in a fast-paced environment Preferred Qualifications Fluent in the full Adobe Creative Suite, Powerpoint and Keynote Knowledge of Adobe Muse, Wordpress, Webflow, Flite and different CMS platforms is a huge plus Experience creating wireframes, sketches, UI and final visual design for desktop, mobile and tablet (and all production methods associated with each) Should be familiar with CSS, HTML and web typography (Typekit etc.) and have experience designing with fluid grids that work responsively for mobile, tablet and desktop Video Editing/Motion Graphics ability a plus Ability to tackle infographics and illustrations Strong portfolio showing previous visual and interaction design work Staying abreast of the evolving technology and design landscape including the emergence of new standards and devices

Art & Production Assistant

WSJ. Magazine seeks an enthusiastic and detail oriented candidate with excellent multitasking skills to support the art and production departments. Candidate will work closely with the Production Director and Art Director. This role also functions as a vital liaison between WSJ. Magazine and other Wall Street Journal departments including, web, tablet, marketing and newspaper. We're a lean team so this is a great opportunity to have an integral role in creating a high-circulation, monthly magazine! Responsibilities include: - Assist art department in all day-to-day aspects including layout presentation, marketing materials, workflow organization and interdepartmental communications - Assist Production Director with imaging and shipping workflow - Work with photo department to ensure that visual assets are prepared for print and digital publication - Translate printed assets into web and tablet platforms Skills for the ideal candidate: - Highly organized - Superior attention to detail - Strong ability to multitask and adhere to deadlines - Excellent communication and collaborative skills - Passion for publication design, photography, and typography - Interest in fashion and luxury content a plus

Photo Assistant, Food & Wine

The Photo Assistant will support the Photo Department with the shared goal of acquiring beautiful imagery for the Food & Wine brand (magazine, website, books). -- Coordinate shoot logistics: Book travel for crew; prepare shoot scripts; ensure all model releases are in; call in credits from prop stylists. --Ensure all contracts are signed and filed prior to publication and that all assignment letters are sent out in a timely manner. --Upload digital files; add metadata; order hi-res files. --Update monthly budget sheets. --Process invoices and follow-up on outstanding bills; update accruals list; prepare/submit expense reports. --Handle miscellaneous administrative duties for the Photo Department (send out magazines and PDFs to contributors; send props to set; check photo credits). --When time permits, call in pick-up photographs for front-of-the-book stories.
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Art Director

Hearst Digital Media is seeking a Art Director, Editorial to join the Editorial Operations team working with the visual design team that supports all of our 18 sites, including Elle.com, ElleDecor.com, MarieClaire.com, CountryLiving.com, Esquire.com, GoodHousekeeping.com, and Seventeen.com. This position will report in to the Creative Director of HDM and will work closely with the editors on all of the HDM brands to create visual design that furthers the story telling on each site, and brand standards. You will work in close partnership with the Product, UX, and Engineering teams, as well as the Branded Content Studio. Reponsibilities: - Create and commission infographics, design elements for digital features - Mentor a team of approximately 5 visual designers - Manage projects from concept to postproduction making sure we meet brand standards and timelines - Study the marketplace, assessing where HDM work stands against competitors' and ensure that we are ahead of the curve - All work created with an eye to audience growth - Use available analytics to understand content performance - Drive constant improvement in HDM's quality and capabilities

ASSISTANT PHOTO EDITOR

Nature Conservancy magazine, the award-winning, bimonthly publication of the world's leading conservation organization, seeks a dynamic Assistant Photo Editor with 2+ years of editorial experience to help document and depict some of the most beautiful and threatened natural places in the world--as well as the people who are working to protect them. The successful candidate will assist the magazine's Photo Director with photography assignments, research & editing, managing image file workflow, licensing images and payment of invoices, as well as work with the Art Director to coordinate creation of maps & illustrations. S/he will have excellent creative visual storytelling skills, a knack for photo research with stock agencies and other sources, and a knowledge of and passion for photographic history and styles, including natural history, conservation, reportage, portraiture, conceptual, and fine art. The successful candidate will be highly organized, a self-starting, independent worker, and willing to go the extra mile to create or find the perfect image. Excellent communication skills are required. Must be able to work well in a fun, collaborative team environment that requires working closely with freelancers, editors, designers, and other staff.

Designer, Food & Wine

Food & Wine is seeking a Designer to join a team of collaborative, talented and passionate individuals who love producing innovative, smart and engaging designs in a fast-paced environment. Responsibilities: --Design innovative, dynamic front-of-book stories for the print magazine well as produce designs for foodandwine.com. --Guide assigned stories through the entire design/production process (visual concept, image choice, layout, print orders, color correction, page files, page proofs). --Provide ongoing support for the Production Department. --Commission infographics and illustrations.

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Art Director

We are in search of an art director with at least eight years experience in consumer magazine design to work across both print and online. The art director at Pacific Standard plays a critical role in the success and branding of our editorial products. She or he is responsible for setting the brand's overall visual style, designing all magazine pages, establishing design and production standards, and ensuring the final product is produced at the highest possible quality--on schedule and on budget. The art director is also responsible for all production work for our digital editions, and will work closely with the growing PSmag.com team to enhance features and other online stories with high-quality imagery and/or additional art and multimedia elements. We are looking for a multi-talented person who can strengthen the publication's mission to put social and behavioral science research (with a heavy focus on economics, the environment, education, and social justice) in lively conversation with the news and the national debate. The right candidate should be able to efficiently run a one-person art and production department. This includes working closely with the editor-in-chief and the digital director to establish and continually improve the overall look, feel, readability, and branding of the magazine and website, and overseeing all production elements of Pacific Standard. She or he should participate in industry-standard social media to increase exposure to Pacific Standard and PSmag.com art and editorial. This full-time position, with benefits, is located in Santa Barbara, California; no telecommuting.

Art Director

Dwell is seeking an Art Director. The Art Director possesses the highest standards for magazine design and demonstrates an unbridled enthusiasm for innovative storytelling solutions. The candidate must demonstrate multi-platform creative vision, have the ability to generate and inspire original concepts, manage a team effectively, and possess a high level of design sophistication. A keen eye for photography and exceptional typesetting skills are necessary. The candidate should have an interest in modern design and a design degree in a visual communication field. Understanding how to allure and amuse the audience through effective use of typography and images is paramount. The Art Director assists in the visual evolution of the magazine and overall brand, pushing to keep Dwell in the forefront of an ever-changing marketplace. He or she will thrive in a multi-disciplined, collaborative team environment that balances hard work and drive with humor and fun. The job responsibilities are as follows: -Work with Editor-in-Chief to establish overall design themes for each issue -Collaborate with the photo team on image selection for all assigned stories -Clearly communicate layout ideas to ensure the best outcome of each story -Mentor junior staff to ensure the highest level of design work -Attend photo shoots when necessary -Hire and direct illustrators -Adhere to established issue budgets -Maintain involvement in all phases of design, from conception of stories to final production -Work closely with key stakeholders to plan brand development across all of Dwell Media's platforms, and maintain consistency and cohesion of design language throughout -Demonstrate expert knowledge of all aspects of design and production. -Initiate, collaborate, and contribute of the environment of the creative staff in a positive way -Demonstrate expert knowledge of Adobe's Creative Suite

Photo Director

WWD--the industry bible that has covered the fashion world for over 100 years and has been recently relaunched as a weekly magazine--is seeking a Photo Director for its Editorial Department. The Photo Director will be a masterful conceptual thinker who can plan and execute cutting edge photography -- be it fashion stories, portraits or product photography. They will possess excellent communication skills and know how to talk through editorial ideas in a lively, collaborative environment. They will be able to oversee multiple projects for several verticals.

Photo Editor

PHOTO DIRECTOR, WWD Full Time WWD--the industry bible that has covered the fashion world for over 100 years and has been recently relaunched as a weekly magazine--is seeking a Photo Director for its Editorial Department. The Photo Director will be a masterful conceptual thinker who can plan and execute cutting edge photography -- be it fashion stories, portraits or product photography. They will possess excellent communication skills and know how to talk through editorial ideas in a lively, collaborative environment. They will be able to oversee multiple projects for several verticals.

Graphic Artist

Barrons Graphic Artist Company Overview: Dow Jones is a global provider of news and business information, delivering content to consumers and organizations around the world across multiple formats, including print, digital, mobile and live events. Dow Jones has produced unrivaled quality content for more than 125 years and today has one of the world's largest newsgathering operations with nearly 2,000 journalists in more than 75 bureaus globally. It produces leading publications and products including the flagship Wall Street Journal, America's largest newspaper by paid circulation; Factiva, Barron's, MarketWatch, Financial News, DJX, Dow Jones Risk & Compliance, Dow Jones Newswires, and Dow Jones VentureSource. Job Description: Barron's seeks a talented full-time Graphics Designer on its weekly publication. The perfect candidate must be ready to: Design clear, interesting features and special sections for the print publication. Be responsible for assignments through entire design and production process, including creating layouts, tables, charts, understanding color correction and photo retouch, assigning illustration. Collaborate with editors, photo editors, designers and art directors. Be highly organized, with strong communication skills and ability to prioritize. Work well independently and collaboratively. We seek energy, intelligence, and attention to detail. Must have at least 3 years experience in consumer publishing. Proficiency in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop is required. Knowledge of Adobe Premier an advantage. Equal Opportunity Employer: Dow Jones, Making Careers Newsworthy All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status. EEO/AA/M/F/Disabled/Vets Requisition ID 2015-26040 Job Locations USA-NY-NEW YORK Job Function Arts & Graphics Business Area BARRON'S

Associate Designer

GQ magazine is looking for an Associate Designer to assist the art department. Duties include, but are not limited to, assisting in production and design of the tablet edition, designing front of book print pages and administrative work for the Design Director. One or two years of experience is preferred but recent graduates will be considered.

Digital Production Artist

-Completes all digital artwork/layouts assigned by the SAD or Creative Director -Produces all artwork according to the art director's specifications; works with Creative Director and assigned art director to achieve desired results. Advises creative on best way to achieve approved concept via computer layout/illustration/pre-press technique. -Generates proofs for review by creative director, assigned art director, account service personnel, proofreader/copy-editor and client. -In conjunction with supervisor, orders all digital output when needed, and works with vendors to coordinate correct digital output and transmission of pre-press artwork prepared on computer; orders camera-ready materials, type output or other outside purchases not supplied by creative to complete assigned projects. -Confirms all production deadlines and printing specs with SAD, production manager and/or traffic manager. -Reviews all work for errors/omissions with art department supervisor prior to turning in work for creative/account executive/client approval. -Makes all requested changes/corrections promptly and correctly. -Maintains working knowledge of pertinent software and peripherals needed to complete work. -May be asked to assist in preparing digital images for use by the interactive design department on interactive websites. -Able to create mockups of layouts or boards for presentations -Needs to be able to do minor design revisions -Be familiar with versioning and have the ability to follow a matrix -Takes on additional responsibilities as determined by the Creative Director.

Art Director for Atlanta magazine's Home

Job Overview: Atlanta magazine is seeking an energetic, highly confident, hard working, and self-motivated individual to lead our newly relaunched quarterly HOME publication. As art director of Atlanta magazine's HOME, your primary responsibility will be to conceive and art direct the quarterly shelter publication, but you will also contribute regularly to Atlanta magazine and be an integral part of our four-person creative team. In between issues of HOME, you will help out with marketing materials for Atlanta magazine and Atlanta magazine's HOME. Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Lead Atlanta magazine's HOME quarterly publication through the entire design and production process (finalizing lineup, assigning and art directing photo shoots, designing layouts, print production, color correction, proofs) Work closely with the HOME editor to conceive and execute a visually inviting and clean magazine Cultivate a deep roster of contributing illustrators and photographers for HOME Art direct photographers and stylists while attending photo shoots for HOME Manage the budget for HOME While not working on HOME, contribute to the monthly Atlanta magazine by participating in brainstorm sessions, pitching story ideas, and designing editorial pages Design marketing materials for Atlanta magazine and Atlanta magazine's HOME for events, print, and online while in between HOME issues Successful candidates will possess the following skills/abilities: Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite Experience working on a shelter publication is preferable, but not required Good eye for photography and styling Highly organized Comfortable with juggling multiple projects at once in a fast-paced environment Experience with pre-press and production--we are a small team and this is an integral part of the job Highly collaborative, as the art director will be a part of a four-person creative team

Digital Creative Associate

About the role: Our Digital Creative Associates are strategic, creative, reliable and driven by results. They are responsible for internal branding, developing and designing creative units for current and future clients. Applicants must be able to take direction, have a strong work ethic and the ability to multi-task. This position is a full time paid position with room for advancement; compensation includes a strong base salary, attractive benefits, effective training and an exhilarating work environment. Core responsibilities: • Strategize and Execute creative digital placements for current and prospective clients • Developing new and innovative digital creative ideas to successfully meet and exceed client performance expectations • Concept and collaborate with account team and other members of the creative team to ensure creative concepts and tactics are on brand and strategically sound • Create and update internal branding collateral • Manage Wordpress hosted company website

Design Director, Atlanta Magazine Custom Media

Atlanta magazine is currently seeking a confident, hard-working, self-motivated individual to lead the art department of the magazine's custom media division (AMCM). Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to: • Designing the annual Georgia Travel Guide and two biannual issues of Southbound magazine, our regional travel publication, as well as supporting collateral for those titles; duties include finalizing lineup, assigning and art directing photo shoots, soliciting photography, designing layouts, print production, color correction, and proofing • Working closely with editors to create and oversee overall look of all titles in the portfolio; producing and presenting comps for new publications to clients • Reviewing work of staff and contract designers • Hiring and managing contributing photographers and illustrators • Coordinating with production and AMCM editorial staffs to ensure deadlines are met

Tablet Designer

Hearst App Lab is seeking a designer to translate print publications to tablet editions. This designer will work closely with the Art Director to design tablet FOB layouts and Well stories from start to finish. They will be responsible for adding interactivity to the layouts and reviewing builds of the magazine for the QA process. The ideal candidate will be a team player and must have the ability to work closely with editors from various Hearst Magazine Brands to assist in creating visually captivating design solutions while excelling at working both independently and in a team environment. He/she will have strong communication skills and a passion for magazine and tablet design. An energetic and friendly attitude and must be forward thinking. Desired Skills and Experience: 3-5 Years magazine/tablet experience Proficiency with Adobe InDesign and Photoshop Woodwing experience is a plus A strong knowledge of design and typography Attention to detail is a must Excellent communication, organizational, and time management skills Strong candidates will be plugged into tablet and app trends Knowledge of UI is a plus

Design Director- Chicago Magazine

•Lead visual direction of brand across all platforms, as well as take lead role in visual branding as it relates to all marketing and promotional materials. •Lead four-person design staff (including photo editor), coaching their development and creative growth. In addition, hire and develop freelance talent as needed. •Develop and set standards for photography, illustration and graphic storytelling. •Manage freelance and photography budgets. •Take active role in brand strategy and growth •Lead development of any and all new products as they relate to brand expansion.

Photo Editor

Money magazine and Money.com are searching for a photo editor with at least 4 years of experience.  The candidate must have the skills to produce a wide array of photographic styles, from portraits to conceptual still life to reportage to architectural landscape.  The ideal applicant will bring his or her own large roster of regular collaborators (photographers, stylists, hair & make-up), as well as have an eye for fresh and current talent.  The editor is expected to be comfortable as an art director on-set, whether on location or in-studio.  The candidate must be a resourceful researcher, capable of combing a photographer's archives, stock and government agencies, as well as found sources.  Experience photo editing for websites, as well as shooting and retouching skills are a plus.  Those considered will show proof that they can create quality imagery with spare, thoughtful, and concise production crews that stay under budget.  Above all, the person for this job must be a master conceptual thinker that can collaborate with our art and edit staffs to make pictures that are meaningful and impactful.

Art Director

POWDER Magazine is seeking qualified applicants for the following position: • Art Director: Full-time position based in Carlsbad, CA. Start date May 4, 2015. Job Description The Art Director works as the visual director for the POWDER brand, combining hands-on graphic design and brand stewardship to ensure all products and visual aspects are on-brand. The position collaborates with the editorial team, sales and marketing, and the events department. The Art Director will provide the following duties, but not limited to: • Designing across all print and digital channels including magazine, online, events, social media, email, mobile, and video. • Laying out pages of the magazines, presenting the words and images in a way that is easy for readers to digest, with high-visual impact. Often with tight deadlines. • Working with prepress department packaging ready pages through the process, proofing pages before sending to print. • Designing compelling magazine covers. Collaborating with the Photo Editor and editorial team to ensure the package is compelling and has newsstand appeal. • Designing concept and branding for Powder Awards. • Developing brand identities from concept to design for all the POWDER franchise projects. • Designing brand promo products including shirt, hats, ETC. • Designing collaborative pieces with POWDER brands. • Supervising contributing illustrators and graphic designers. • Developing standards, systems and best practices for content design. Experience Requirements: • Previous experience in digital and print design, preferably with a monthly publication, is required. • Three to four years related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. • BFA in Graphic Design or bachelor's degree in Arts/Graphic Design or equivalent knowledge base. • Knowledge of prepress workflows desired. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: • Experience with creating compelling visuals for different target demographics. • Expert level skill at all Adobe Create Suite applications. • Clear articulation of brand direction behind each design project. • Able to manage editorial schedules and deadlines within corporate and ongoing campaigns. • Expertise with developing creative solutions in a variety of campaigns, and working with a brand identity. • A willingness to embrace change and to adapt strategies on the fly. • Ability to learn the latest platforms, technology tools, and marketing solutions through partnerships. • Knowledge of (or eagerness to learn about) skiing culture and nuance desired. Equipment/Software Used: • Required software knowledge: Adobe Creative Suite, specifically InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Bridge and Acrobat. Salary: • DOE Resume/Cover Letter: Please submit resume and personalized cover letter to POWDER Editor John Stifter at john@powder.com. NOTE: International candidates must hold a valid U.S. working permit.

Design Director

Chicago magazine is seeking a dynamic Design Director to lead the visual direction of this 44-year-old brand across all platforms: an award-winning monthly print magazine, a popular and fast-growing website, and a recently relaunched tablet app. This is a unique opportunity to join a fast-paced and creative environment, leading a sharp and talented staff to create powerful visual content in a city full of great stories. Chicago magazine and chicagomag.com spur intelligent conversation about the city's influencers, zeitgeist-defining trends, and civic controversies through award-winning long-form journalism. Just as important, we help our readers live better by covering the best in the arts, dining, style, and more. Responsibilities: •Lead visual direction of brand across all platforms, as well as take lead role in visual branding as it relates to all marketing and promotional materials. •Lead four-person design staff (including photo editor), coaching their development and creative growth. In addition, hire and develop freelance talent as needed. •Develop and set standards for photography, illustration and graphic storytelling. •Manage freelance and photography budgets. •Take active role in brand strategy and growth •Lead development of any and all new products as they relate to brand expansion.

AFAR magazine Art/Design Internship (paid)

AFAR magazine is looking for an Intern to assist the Art department. Duties include, but are not limited to, design and production for front-of-book stories. Candidates must be detail oriented, digitally proficient, organized, have a strong interest in design and typography, and have a positive attitude. Experience with InDesign and Photoshop is required. This internship is part-time only and located in San Francisco.

Production Assistant - Symmetry Printing

Innovative printing company located in Greenwich Village seeks part-time or full-time Production Assistant
 
Job Duties:
- Write estimate requests based on client specifications  
- Oversee organization and maintenance of job tickets and materials 
- Arrange messengers and trucks for deliveries 
- Contact both clients and vendors to manage scheduling for current and future work
- Sort and file completed jobs and samples 
- Create, update and maintain databases and mailing lists
- Order office supplies and assist with general office needs
- Answer the phone, direct calls to other employees, take and forward messages

Job Requirements:
- Experience in graphic design or printing
- Must be able to multitask in fast-paced office
- Superior organizational skills and detail-oriented
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Proficient in computer programs such as Microsoft Office Suite, knowledge of Adobe programs a plus

Part-time or possibly full-time
 
Send resume to info@symmetryprints.com

ART DIRECTOR

Outside Magazine has an immediate opening for a Art Director to assist the Creative Director in design, layout, and production or editorial pages. Job Responsibilities: • Designing SEPART AND FEATURE LAYOUTS of the magazine • Assigning and art directing illustrations, infographics and maps. • Editing photos, working closely with editors, marking up color corrections and checking proofs • Should be able to manage a staff on an interim bases

Designer

Variety seeks a passionate and talented full-time Designer to collaborate with the creative team on its redesigned and re-imagined weekly magazine. Despite being a 109-year-old brand, Variety's weekly is a magazine very much in a phase of high potential and evolution. The position must hit the ground running, ready to work primarily on designing front and back of book sections, features, assign illustration and collaborate with editors. We seek energy and intelligence in the candidate's work, which is key to our book and lends itself well to our editorial team's in-depth news and analytical approach. Attention to detail and working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite is required. Qualifications: · Works well both independently and collaboratively · A positive attitude and a strong work ethic · Develop original design concepts and deliver polished visual designs · Highly organized and able to prioritize · At least 2 years of experience in consumer publishing · Able to thrive in a fast-paced and highly creative environment · Agility in collaborating closely with art, photo and editorial staffs Job Responsibilities: · Designing front and back of the book pages · Designing features · Assigning illustration · Working with editors on content generation · Continued evolution of design and brand

Creative Director

Washingtonian is seeking an imaginative, collaborative, and relentlessly ambitious leader for its creative department. For 50 years, the award-winning city magazine for the Washington area has been a home for groundbreaking feature writing, essential service journalism, and arresting visual storytelling. We're looking for someone who can help us take the magazine to the next level, leading a high-caliber team of designers, photo editors, and staff photographers and overseeing all aspects of the brand's visual presence. Official responsibilities include: brainstorming and designing covers, service packages and features, directing staff and freelance contributors, and managing workflow; working with editors on visually-driven story ideas; managing a budget; and working with the publisher to plan and assign ancillary publications. Unofficial responsibilities include: helping create a freewheeling creative environment where staffers are encouraged to cook up ambitious ideas big and small; inspiring a talented team of designers who want to step up their game and editorial folks who want to better collaborate; setting and maintaing high visual standards; and having a lot of fun while doing so. In addition to first-class design skills, our ideal art director would posses a large rolodex of artists and photographers who can help make our pages even more exciting. Must have a minimum of 7 years of magazine experience, a love of typography, a keen eye for complex page design and be a true team player. Proficiency in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop required; experience with K4 a plus. Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio. NO PHONE CALLS.

Art Director

National Journal Magazine relaunched last year as the premier outlet for thoughtful, smart, fun-to-read storytelling about Washington, politics, and policy. Along with our renewed commitment to beautifully crafted prose came a commitment to making sure that each issue of the magazine was beautifully designed and visually engaging. The magazine was redesigned with this goal in mind; we are now seeking an art director who can carry this vision forward. The art director will design each issue of the magazine, which is published 32 times per year. Responsibilities include: -Brainstorming, commissioning, and overseeing covers; -Recruiting and working with artists to create illustrations for both feature stories and our front of the book; -Working with our photo editor to make sure that each issue includes original, striking photography; -Working with our two production editors to ensure that the design for each issue is well-executed. ​The magazine recently received its first National Magazine Award nomination in 10 years, and its small team of editors and writers are determined to keep building on the improvements of the past year. In addition to excellent design skills, our ideal art director would come with a large rolodex of outstanding freelance artists and photographers who would help to enliven our pages--as well as an understanding of the long hours and sometimes-frenetic-atmosphere involved in putting out a weekly magazine. We would strongly prefer to hire someone who is based in our Washington office.

ART DIRECTOR

Washingtonian magazine, located in DC, has an immediate opening for a rockstar Art Director to join its creative team. As we enter our 50th Anniversary it's an exciting opportunity for the ideal candidate to have an impact on our award-winning suite of publications: Washingtonian magazine, Washingtonian MOM, Washingtonian Bride & Groom, and Washingtonian Welcome Guide. Working under the supervision of the Creative Director, responsibilities will include designing FOB and BOB departments, infographics, features and mentoring designers. Must have at least 5-7 years of magazine experience, a love of typography, a keen eye for complex page design and be a true team player. Proficiency in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop required; experience with K4 a plus. Please send your cover letter, résumé, salary requirements, and samples (no larger than 10MB) or a link to your online portfolio to with ART DIRECTOR in the subject line. NO PHONE CALLS.

STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER - SAVEUR

STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER - SAVEUR SAVEUR is looking for a full-time staff photographer to shoot for digital and print. The photographer will report to the Creative Director and play an important role in developing the brand's look and feel. The ideal candidate is a recent graduate with a photography degree who is passionate about food, travel, and design. This person should have technical experience in video, still photography, and studio lighting, as well as post-production editing and archiving. We need someone who is fast, flexible, and eager to shoot and work in a highly collaborative environment. RESPONSIBILITIES: - Organize and execute in-house video and photography shoots - Color correct and retouch all site images - Shoot and edit short (under 5 minute) videos and still digital photography - Set up and use studio lighting - Assist with prop styling - Work with photo editor to organize and maintain an archive of image assets The successful candidate will: - Have a keen eye (and developed taste) for great photos - Be able to use video and imagery in creative new ways - Have excellent communication and problem-solving skills - Be comfortable multitasking in a fast-paced environment - Be hungry to take on new challenges and last-minute requests - Have experience using Lightroom and Photoshop

Tablet Designer

Hearst App Lab is seeking a designer to translate print publications to tablet editions. This designer will work closely with the Art Director to design tablet FOB layouts and Well stories from start to finish. They will be responsible for adding interactivity to the layouts and reviewing builds of the magazine for the QA process, and may assist in the same for phone editions. The ideal candidate will be a team player and must have the ability to work closely with editors from various Hearst Magazine Brands to assist in creating visually captivating design solutions while excelling at working both independently and in a team environment. He/she will have strong communication skills and a passion for magazine and tablet design, as well as an energetic and friendly attitude and must be forward thinking.

Assistant Photo Editor

The Assistant Photo Editor is responsible for photo research, support on photo shoots, and standing-in for the photo director on shoots when necessary. S/he develops, implements, and maintains effective systems to ensure smooth tracking of all photo needs, and works to ensure the timeliness of all material pertaining to Grand Editorial clients. - Provide thorough photo research for Grand Editorial clients (including, but not limited to, The Advocate, Out, BlackBook, and Hilton Hotels), looking beyond the usual stock agencies to find unique images - Play active role in idea-generation meetings, and serve as enthusiastic editorial presence - Manage trafficking of images from assignment through production - Serve as point person for photo department invoices and contracts - Compile caption and credit information - Supervise photo interns

Art Assistant, Architectural Digest

Serving as a general assistant to the Art Department, the Art Assistant liaises with the Photo Department to traffic artwork, prepares for film edit and layout review meetings, regularly updates layout mock-up boards, and executes basic Photoshop and InDesign requests as needed. He or she also offers secondary graphic support to other departments, including but not limited to preparing presentations for the Editor in Chief, watermarking images and creating PDFs for press or web usage, and more. Responsibilities also include various administrative tasks such as filing, scanning, organizing, ordering supplies, and miscellaneous errands as needed.

Senior Art Director, TIME

Position: Senior Art Director, TIME Location: New York, NY Time Inc. is one of the largest branded media companies in the world. The company reaches more than 130 million people globally each month across multiple platforms, with influential brands like Time, People, Sports Illustrated, InStyle, Real Simple, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine and Wallpaper. Time Inc. is home to celebrated events and franchises including the Fortune 500, Time 100, People's Most Beautiful, Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year, Essence Festival in New Orleans and the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. The job: The Senior Art Director, TIME, will work with editors and the photo team to design the magazine's weekly pages and digital platforms. This is a key role for a motivated team player ready to bring contagious optimism to a fast-paced, collaborative environment. You will: -Design innovative, dynamic features, special packages and front-of-book stories for the print magazine and tablet edition -Guide assigned stories through the entire design/production process (visual concept, image choice, layout, print orders, color correction, page files, page proofs) -Provide ongoing support for the production team -Commission infographics and illustrations You are: -Proven: You have at least seven years of publication design experience, where you've designed for the printed page, tablet and web. You're a master at the Adobe Create Suite and work elegantly in InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator. Experience with infographics is a plus. -Detailed: You're a big picture thinker, but that doesn't mean you don't zone in on the details of a project. You're laser-focused on the components of the greater whole -- whether you're working on special sections and cover packages to or the smallest of briefing items -leading with a deep understanding of how details contribute to design. -Communicative: Grace under pressure. That's what you have. You're indispensable to bosses, teammates for your calm, direct approach to communication. Please submit your resume along with a link to your work or pdf attachments for consideration to requisition# 142587BR on timeinc.com/careers.

Senior Art Director

McMURRY/TMG, the largest independent content marketing agency in the U.S., seeks a talented senior-level creative superstar with an established publication design background to join its Phoenix creative team. This individual will be a creative superstar, and will lead the design and art direction of industry-leading publications for our clients and their audiences. As a Senior Art Director, your creative ideas and expert execution will be highly valuable as you create quality products for McMurry/TMG and solid results for our clients while inspiring your teammates to do the same. You have a passion for excellence, a collaborative spirit, and a curiosity about industry trends. A positive and upbeat person, you will enhance our team and company culture.

Senior Graphic Designer

Prestigious Media company seeks highly talented Graphic Arts professional to join its dynamic in-house creative team. Daily design challenges for both Hearst Magazines Integrated Marketing and Hearst Corporation include: special ad units sales presentations annual reports website design logo design brochures collateral, and more Candidate must have extremely developed graphic design vocabulary and be open to and excited by new creative design challenges. Applicants need to present their work, possess solid organization and communication skills and have the ability to work under exceedingly tight deadlines coupled with a dedicated team spirit. Applicants should have relevant 3+ years' experience. Candidates must be fluent in all Macintosh graphic design programs, InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, PowerPoint, Keynote, Flash and/or other animation programs. Web Design (HTML, Dreamweaver or other web design software). All candidates must provide examples of their work to be considered, and must provide confirmation that they are fluent in the design programs above.

ICS - Associate Art Director

RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsibility includes the conceptualization, art direction and implementation of visual design and content across all channels--including the pages of AARP Publications, both the Magazine and Bulletin, their tablet iterations, book jackets, promotional and social media materials, and other internal and external AARP publications collateral. 2. Follow designs through from concept to print/digital production and the ability to quickly adapt to changes in design direction. 3. Have great visual conceptualization skills, a proven ability to hire and art direct the best illustrators and photographers, assist in the art direction of photo shoots, have exceptional publication design skills, and must have strong typographic skills 4. Must have strong leadership qualities, and ownership over work, while developing and executing the design and vision of the publications as established by the Senior Design staff. 5. Embrace teamwork and collaboration. Ability to work well under pressure, multitask and adhere to tight deadlines. Must be detail-oriented--strong organizational and time-management skills are a must. 6. In-depth knowledge of Adobe CS6 (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop). DPS experience a plus. 7. National magazine design experience preferred.

ESPN: Director of Photography - Digital

We are seeking Director of Photography/Digital to lead content, product and social photography across all digital platforms and devices. This leader will be responsible for defining all photo initiatives and strategies for ESPN.com and its various domestic and international editions.  This position is located at the home of ESPN: sunny Bristol CT.

We expect this individual to work hand in hand with our digital content team, print creative group, social team, design and product teams, guiding the use of photography across all digital platforms. This candidate should have a deep passion for sports photography, and should have experience with, and a curiosity around, current digital products, trends, software, platforms and hardware and how all of those can inform and impact ESPN's approach to photography.

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Requirements
• Defines efficient processes around workflow, automation, curation, original content and story creation
• Defines and elevates the role that photography plays at ESPN, and participates in the creation of product features in native and responsive digital products.
• Oversees and executes original photo illustrations and treatments that serve to define our brand.
• Oversee digital photo production.
• Defines and implements style guides and usage guidelines for photography.
• Coordinates efforts and communicates effectively outside of the digital media environment, including Broadcast, Marketing, and Ad Sales.
• Plays a role in the creation or adoption of internal photo tools both in and out of the CMS workflow.
• Leads, manages and oversees the digital photography team in support of a 24/7 sports news cycle
• Drives and creates visual content storytelling through curation, research, or assignments.
• Elevates the brand of ESPN through photo partnerships and initiatives in the greater sports environment.
• Understands photography's role in mobile metrics and how to create visual assets in the service of maximizing performance
• Negotiates deals with agency partners, maintains strong working relationships with agency partners, and seeks out new opportunities around original photography, content feeds and automation.
• Understands and manages our league partnerships and photo rights deals, foster relationships with teams, leagues, events, and players in order to maximize our access and the content available to us.
• Involved in daily production and editorial planning.
• Manages costs and budgets
• Aligns photo resources to support overall ESPN priorities
• Has strong communication and leadership skills
• Oversee all digital photo organization systems.

Qualifications
• At least 8 years of photo editing experience, at least 5 years experience leading photography curation and assignments in a content driven digital media sports environment, and at least 3 years managing a team of people.
experience with live event photography
• Deep understanding of digital photo technology and how to apply that knowledge to improve our processes and products
• Experience leading and managing photo editing teams
• Experience conceptualizing, curating and executing relevant photo driven content in stories and galleries.


Preferred Qualifications
• Experience with video
• Experience with content strategies on social platforms at scale, including facebook, twitter, instagram and snap chat.

About Our Company
ESPN, Inc., The Worldwide Leader in Sports, is the leading multinational, multimedia sports entertainment company featuring the broadest portfolio of multimedia sports assets with over 50 business entities. Headquartered in Bristol, Connecticut, ESPN is 80% owned by ABC, Inc. (a subsidiary of The Walt Disney Company), and 20% by the Hearst Corporation.
Imagine a career with an organization that brings smiles to millions every day. Imagine working with people whose passion for what they do is simply indescribable. We are The Walt Disney Company, live with a rich legacy of innovation, entertainment, and lifelong memories. With our vast array of both businesses and professionals, you'll have the opportunity to join a team that's beloved around the world, and to find out how it feels to love what you do. We invite you to discover for yourself why a career with Disney is the opportunity you've been looking for.
 
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