Our client is a diversified global entertainment, consumer experience, and technology enterprise that accelerates intellectual property activations concurrently across physical and digital experiences.
The Graphic Designer plans, analyzes, and creates visual solutions to communicate the Creative Director’s ideas. They will work closely with the Graphic Design Manager. They determine the message the design should portray, and its appeal to the end user. As an artist, the Graphic Designer must be highly creative, original, intuitive, and perceptive. They must be able to think visually and must be able to solve complex problems, make judgments, and decisions, and think logically and critically. They will gather relevant information by meeting with the creative team and by performing research.
The Graphic Designer must have a solid understanding of color, line, composition, typography, and title design. They may create infographics, icons, page layouts, photo manipulations, and other graphic imagery as requested by the Design Director.
- Use computer software such as Adobe Creative Suites such as Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign is a must to generate new images.
- Develop graphic illustrations in the correct size and resolution for large format printing.
- Create designs, concepts, and sample layouts based on knowledge of layout principles and esthetic design concepts.
- Confer with the Design Managers and Design Director to discuss and determine layout and design intent.
- Prepare illustrations or rough sketches of material, discussing them with the Design Managers and Design Director and making necessary changes.
- Review and manipulate electronic files received from clients, partners, consultants and/or vendors as well as upload and download files to various systems.
- Determine size and arrangement of illustrative material and copy and select style and size of type.
- Assemble final presentation material to prepare for printing.
- Instruct companies and oversee the production of final printing files