Junior Graphic Designer
Spitball is based in Red Bank, NJ and was formed to insure that the best ideas always make it to clients who can reap their potential. Our agency name represents our approach to unrestricted creative thinking that is reminiscent of childhood. This way of thinking is what leads our team to great creative work with core ideas that really stick. Our teams produce clutter breaking creative and inventive programs for a variety of companies and clients that you will be able to be a part of.
- Coordinate efforts within the creative department to assist with completion of creative projects and tasks
- Participate and offer ideas/insights within creative brainstorm sessions
- Craft original design concepts
- Creation of assets across a variety of project types
- Photo searching, editing and retouching
- Finalize production-ready files
- Report on current design trends that could influence internal/client projects
- Come up with good music playlists
- Currently a senior or recent graduate
- Solid knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator
- Knowledge of other Adobe Creative Suite apps is a plus
- Able to keep up in a fast-paced environment
- Good sense of humor
- Fellow lover of good design and practices
- Familiar with social media best practices and specifications
- Basic understanding of HTML/CSS and web development is a plus
- Organized and detail-oriented
- Excellent communication skills
This is on-site position in our Red Bank, NJ office.
Spitball has a generous health/dental/vision insurance package and a far better commute than going into NYC. Our office is lined with 100 year old brick and an open floor plan. The only doors are in the conference room. Dozens of great restaurants and shops are right outside in what we describe as a cool little town (that’s on a river, a quick drive to the shore and still close enough to the city). It is great for an afternoon stroll to soak in the kinetic energy of the town whenever a creative block hits.
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