Tidal | New York, NY
Posted here July 22
We are looking for a Visual Designer with a passion for music to assist with daily tasks. Based in NYC, you will be instrumental in shaping branded digital content. Working with precision under tight time frames, this position involves translating editorial, marketing and social concepts into efficient and beautiful designs. You are resourceful, responsive, and eager to get the job done. You are able to come up with new ideas and concepts and presenting them to the team. Finally, you’re a good team player, with a passion for music and artists.
As part of TIDAL’s core Creative and Design Team, you will work closely with all other departments; Marketing, Acquisition, Editorial, Socials, Video, CRM.
What this role entails/Responsibilities:
Designing web pages for mobile and desktop
Create beautiful and powerful visual marketings campaigns
Create social assets
Work with print deliveries
Create assets for in-app
Work within design systems and visuals identities
Developing sub brand identities for editorial content
Experience & skills that you need
Min 5 years of experience
Qualification / Degree in Graphic Design
An excellent grasp of digital design and User Experience principles
High level skills in Sketch App, Illustrator, Photoshop
A solid understanding of responsive design, with a focus on mobile devices
The ability to work within strict branding guidelines.
A positive attitude and keen team player
The ability to communicate needs in a positive and productive way
Ability to manage multiple projects, remain flexible through multiple revisions while keeping keen attention to detail
Must be extremely organized and able to successfully reach multiple deadlines at once
Please provide link to online portfolio or send in PDF.
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