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Junior Interactive Designer

Junior Interactive Designer

Location: Culver City, CA

 

We are an experienced design company that connects people, products, and brands in powerful ways. Our small but growing team of designers, developers, producers, strategists, and content creators is based in Culver City and Mountain View, California. We believe in the power of storytelling, human-centric design, and the intersection of creativity with code to further humanity's relationship with technology. If you're the kind of person who obsesses over details, thrives in a collaborative environment, and jumps at the opportunity to take on new challenges, Left Field Labs may be the place for you.

 

Position Summary

 

As an Interactive Designer at Left Field Labs, you’ll be responsible for working closely with Senior Designers and Creative Directors, developing concepts and beautiful designs for a variety of consumer-facing marketing content, websites, apps, and experiences used by millions of people on a daily basis.

You should be versatile and multifaceted, with a deep passion for solving problems with both creativity and an eye for detail. You have a team-oriented mentality and a healthy respect for the role your work plays in the broader integrated experience. You use your powers of creativity and love of storytelling to create incredible user experiences while keeping in mind the strategic objectives of the project.

 

Responsibilities

 

  • Develop creative concepts and design visual expressions across digital channels

  • Persuasively present solutions to peers and clients

  • Work closely with Creative Directors and other designs to effectively present creative work

  • Collaborate with our writers, developers, and strategists to deliver digitally-native creative ideas

  • Assist the Project Manager in ensuring creative deadlines are met

 

Qualifications

  • 2+ years of visual interactive experience design for websites, apps, and experiences

  • Experience crafting UI based on UX flows & wires

  • Experience designing motion for UI (Web & Mobile)

  • Proficiency in design software (Adobe Creative Cloud, Sketch, Figma)

  • Strong understanding of digital design principles

  • Strong online portfolio showing concepts you created and working examples of those ideas in the execution

  • Up-to-date on new trends and ideologies in the digital world

  • Time management: ability to multitask and prioritize deadlines

  • Comfortable working as a creative lead with clients

  • Able to work independently in a deadline-sensitive and fast-paced environment

  • Maintain a high level of design quality and strong work ethic

  • Attention to detail and superb skill with typography, layout, and color to engage and direct audiences to action

  • Team player who creates opportunities for innovation and excellence


 

Nice to Haves

 

  • Working dev knowledge/experience

  • Working knowledge of 3D modeling software (e.g. Maya, 3ds Max or Cinema 4D)

 

Education
Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent work experience

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