July 2012 Archives

Wired design intern, fall

WIRED magazine is currently looking for a design department intern for Fall 2012. The intern can commit 20 hours per week from September through December in our San Francisco office. The internship is open to all third and fourth year full-time design students and must be taken for credit. Students who cannot receive credit will not be considered. The internship is unpaid but students will receive a small daily stipend. You will participate as an active member of the ASME and SPD award-winning design department, working directly with the art directors, designers, photo department, production staffers, and editors. You'll be expected to help with tablet screen and front-of-book page layout, print out and distribute manuscripts, update and manage the wall of current issue pages, create illustrations and infographics for various parts of the magazine, organize all tear sheets and help with award submissions. We value those who are interested in the WIRED culture, and those who are motivated, industrious, and eager to learn in a challenging and creative editorial design environment.

Esquire Magazine Fall 2012 Art & Design Intern

Esquire magazine (Hearst Corporation) is seeking a junior or senior graphic design student for an internship in the Art Department. The intern will assist in the daily workflow of the magazine. Duties will include: updating layouts, minor imaging work, and some design. Candidates should have an interest in magazine publishing, strong working knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop and is eager to learn. Duration: Fall 2012 Semester. Applicants are required to receive college credit for the internship. You must turn in a letter on college letterhead stating you will be receive credit. The letter must be signed by a professor, advisor, or the registrar. This position is unpaid. A commitment of at least 2 full days a week is required, from 10 am to 6 pm (flexible). To Apply, please send a cover letter in the body of the email, attached resume and a PDF or link to your portfolio to gchua@hearst.com

Rodale Production/Research Assistant

Rodale International is currently seeking a Production/Research Assistant based in Emmaus, PA. We are looking for an organized, resourceful and enthusiastic individual to join our team. He or she must have the ability to work well in a fast-paced environment and have an interest in international publishing. 

Hawaii Newspaper Layout Artist

Molokai's only newspaper has an opening for a layout artist/graphic design intern in September. We are looking for recent graphic design grads for this once-in-a-lifetime experience to live and work within the close-knit island community of Molokai, Hawaii. The work you will do will directly impact the lives of the people around you, and you will gain valuable experience in the field, designing advertising and laying out a weekly newspaper. This position requires a six-month commitment, beginning in early September. Visit TheMolokaiDispatch.com/interning-molokai-dispatch for more information.

REDBOOK Magazine, Graphic Design Intern

Redbook Magazine (Hearst Corporation) is seeking energetic graphic design students for an internship in the Art Department for the Fall 2012 semester in New York City. Candidates should be eager to learn about how the design department of a national magazine runs. Responsibilities include research, maintaining wall of printed layouts, minor imaging work, and general administrative duties such as organizing inspirational reference material, and occasionally assisting the Creative Director. Candidates should be pro-active, have strong communication and organizational skills, and a strong working knowledge of CS5; particularly InDesign and Photoshop. Work will be assigned based on ability. Duration: late August--end of semester. A commitment of 2-3 days a week is required (10am to 6pm). Most importantly, you MUST be able to receive college credit. This is an unpaid internship, but the experience is great! Send cover letter, resume, and a pdf or web link of sample editorial design work to jmford@hearst.com.

NYLON + NYLON Guys Marketing Design Intern

NYLON and NYLON Guys magazines are looking for a Marketing Design Intern. Main responsibilities include designing marketing proposals, conducting photo research, creating mock-ups for print & web, and shadowing the Marketing Designer. We are looking for strong designers with a keen eye for aesthetics and typography. Candidates must be flexible, detail-oriented, pro-active, and have good multi-tasking and time management skills. We are seeking excited interns who are fast learners, have a positive attitude, and know and love the NYLON brand! NYLON is a small, fast-paced environment so you'll get experience with many different projects.

Condé Nast - Bon Appétit - Junior Designer

Bon Appétit magazine is currently seeking an enthusiastic, energetic junior designer to join the Creative team. Working for a recently redesign publication, this is a unique opportunity for a motivated designer to be a part of a collaborative environment where he/she will help evolve the visual direction of the magazine through creative design, strong typography and conceptual ideas under the close supervision of the Creative Director.

Primary Responsibilities:
  • Responsible for designing pages for front-of-book and back-of-book under the supervision of the Creative Director
  • Collaborate with editors and photo editors while designing department pages
  • Follow assigned stories through the entire production process from image selection, layout to page proofs
  • Rethinking print layouts for the iPad interactive digital edition.
  • Assign and art direction illustrations
  • Strong grasp of typography
  • Extreme attention to detail / excellent time management skills
  • The ability to manage multi-pages simultaneously while under deadlines
  • Assistant to the Creative Director

- BA / BFA degree in Graphic Design, Visual Arts or Design
- An in-depth knowledge of InDesign and CS5
- Experience in tablet design preferred but not mandatory

Condé Nast is an equal opportunity workplace.
Duties and responsibilities may be adjusted based on years of experience.
Salary is also commensurate with experience.

To apply and for company information: Click Here

The Cut Photo Internship (Paid)

The Cut, New York Magazine's fashion blog, is looking for talented photo interns to start immediately. Interns will primarily be optimizing images for web (making silo's, cropping, resizing, uploading, etc.), but also may assist with photo research, support photo shoot production and/or provide general office help. The ideal candidate is organized and enthusiastic about online media, digital imaging and editorial photography. Interns must be able to perform well in a fast-paced environment while working independently. A thorough understanding of Photoshop is a must. An interest in fashion and experience with CMS, digital retouching, and/or the photo department of a website or magazine are preferred.

Freelance Editorial Designer

Mediaplanet is seeking freelance editorial designers to work on a project-by-project basis, in house and with an opportunity to work from home (depending on experience and reliability). Must have editorial/publishing experience. The ideal candidate is used to working under the pressure of short deadlines and quick turn around time in a fast paced environment. Can operate as an individual and as part of a team with the ability to problem solve quickly. Highly organized with an eye for detail and great communication skills over different mediums: email, phone, and in person. Print production experience is preferred. Must be advanced in Adobe Creative Suite.

Condé Nast Internship Opportunity: DETAILS/ Art Department

Condé Nast is offering a highly competitive and educational internship for DETAILS/Art Department. Candidates should have a keen interest in the multi-media industry and should be at least a college sophomore who will be able to receive credit for participating in this program. The Intern Program will allow students to gain exposure to the industry and will provide a real-world experience that can be a supplement to classroom studies.
Specifically, an ideal DETAILS intern candidate is Fluency in the Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator), strong communication and organizational skills are a must.

All Condé Nast interns will have the opportunity to attend a Speaker Series throughout the semester, which will highlight the various divisions of the publishing/media business. In addition, interns will have the opportunity to participate in a Company-wide educational project that will provide a hands-on learning experience separate from their internships.
For consideration, please submit your resume and samples to Nathalie_Kirsheh@condenast.com

Associate Art Director - Condé Nast

Candidates should be detail-oriented and possess a sophisticated design sense, have a strong grasp of typography, and have specific experience in managing projects from conception to completion under tight deadlines. Responsibilities include designing feature and FOB editorial pages for the print magazine, as well as generating concepts and designing layouts for AD's digital tablet editions. He/she will also provide design guidance to junior members of the team as needed, and will undertake other art direction assignments at the request of the Art Director.

  • At least 5 years of graphic design experience; 1-2 years of digital design experience is essential
  • Possess strong typographic expertise and sophisticated design aesthetic
  • Ability to problem solve and work as a team player
  • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (+K4), as well as Adobe Digital Publishing Suite
  • Experience and/or interest in design or architecture is a plus

To apply: Click here


Inked Magazine Design Intern

All design intern candidates get hands-on experience while designing actual editorial pages throughout the magazine. Candidates are also involved in the planning and production of photo shoots, are present on set and assist the creative director when appropriate.Most interns leave with at least one published feature story for their portfolio. It's fun with events and parties, and an occasional free tattoo!

Design Intern

FLAUNT Magazine is seeking a graphic design student for a non-paid, college-credit internship in its Los Angeles-based Art Department. The intern will assist in the daily workflow of the magazine. Duties will include: updating layouts, maintaining pagination wall, minor imaging work, and some design. Candidates should have a strong interest in magazine publishing, good working knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. A commitment of 2 days a week is required, from 9 am to 6 pm (flexible).

User Experience Leader (aka design director) in Michigan

As the User Experience Leader, your mission will be to take the design of MLive Media Group's eight-plus Michigan newspapers to the next level. You will be developing cutting-edge designs that can span print, digital and other emerging platforms. You will rely on your extensive background to elevate MLive Media Group's design. 

A large part of your job will be to design page templates that can be easily used by page producers to build attractive, engaging pages. You'll leverage the staff's expertise in typography, design and other visual disciplines to elevate user experience above standard presentations. Just as important, you'll help re-imagine newspaper conventions and develop smart, digitally aligned design solutions. 

Infographics Designer

POSITION SUMMARY: The Infographics Designer works in the Creative Studio to create engaging visuals that transform scientific data and research into design for exhibits, print and screen. This is an opportunity for a talented and conceptual designer to join an in-house design department of a forward-looking San Francisco institution. 

Summer/Fall Graphic Design Intern

The art department at Surface Magazine seeks a graphic design intern for the late Summer and Fall semester, 2012. You will be working closely with the Assistant Art Director. This is an unpaid, part-time/full-time internship (receiving college credit is optional). Candidates must be available at least 2-3 days (part-time) or 5 days (full-time) a week (for a period of 3 months). Responsibilities will include: • Assisting with layout design for print and web. • Photography research. • Organizing and updating files and paperwork for each issue. • Communicating with contributors and photographers to prepare images for each issue. • Production: Cutting, printing, scanning and various other tasks (related to the above) that change on a day-to-day basis.

Good Housekeeping Magazine 2012 Fall INTERN

Good Housekeeping Magazine is looking for a 2012 fall ART INTERN. The right candidate will hold many of the same responsibilities as a full-time staff member, including concepting art for stories, collaborating with the editorial and photo staff, and designing smart, attractive layouts. The intern will also have the opportunity to help style and prop in-house photo shoots, allowing he/she to follow his/her vision through from concept all the way to finished page.

Sports Page Designer / Illustrator

You are talented sports designer and illustrator who is itching to show off your collaborative and conceptual talents to a wide audience. We are a design studio that will be responsible for the look of 22 daily newspapers throughout Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan (including three metropolitan dailies). Gannett's Louisville Design Studio will offer you the opportunity to shape the visual presentation of some pretty major sports events and teams.

The ideal candidate will have the Photoshop and Illustrator skills to turn these big opportunities into compelling visual presentations that surprise readers. Come to Louisville and help take us to the next level.

Associate Art Director

IEEE, the world's leading authority in electro-technology, is seeking an Associate Art Director for its award-winning monthly publication, IEEE Spectrum. Under the guidance of the Senior Art Director, the Associate Art Director will be responsible for creating layouts and graphics for print and online editions of IEEE Spectrum magazine as well as advertorials and online ads. The talented and dynamic AAD will also develop ideas for information graphics and editorial openers, hiring renown, top-notch illustrators.

Huffington Post Sales & Marketing Designer

Do you think that great design can change the world? We do, and not in an incremental teeny change the world sort of way. We mean the change how people engage with democracy, hold elected officials and corporations feet to the fire, connect citizens to solve major problems, help people understand complex issues, and lead the news industry into the 21st century sort of way.

What can you expect? You'll be given complex problems and have to design elegant advertising and marketing solutions (and work with the sales and marketing team to figure out the right way to incorporate new ads/microsites/sweepstakes,etc. into our current design). But most importantly, you'll be able to work on problems that matter, in an environment where you will be empowered to take big risks. 

The Boston Globe Digital Design Director

The Boston Globe is looking for a creative, organized leader to head the design and development team for our two websites.

BostonGlobe.com is a subscription site launched in 2011 featuring groundbreaking responsive design. It was named "World's Best Designed Website" by the Society for News Design. Boston.com, our free site, is the sixth-largest newspaper-related website in the country. The Globe is a relaxed, un-hierarchical place to work; the kind of environment where someone with ideas and energy can have real impact.

Editorial Designer and Freelance Art Director

The Observer Media Group is hiring for two positions: a full-time graphic designer and part-time, freelance art director.

Creative Director, Ebony

Duties include conceptualizing and designing all aspects of Ebony magazine from the cover to the back of book. Commissioning and art directing illustrations, photo-illustrations and infographics for the FOB and Feature Well. Edit and conceptualize photography for the Cover, FOB and Feature Well. Approve layouts and work with the Production Department to insure quality of the final product. Lead the Art team, Collaborate with the entire editorial staff and help manage workflow in order to meet production deadlines.

Ideal candidate should have at least 7 years experience in consumer magazine design. Mastery of InDesign, knowledge of Photoshop and Illustrator. A strong sense of typography, ability to multitask and attention to detail. Knowledge of illustration and photography.

Director of Communications Design

Johns Hopkins Medicine's Department of Marketing and Communications is looking for an experienced Director of Communications Design to join our award-winning, full-service marketing and communications team. This position will report to the Senior Director of Strategic Communications and Public Affairs and will oversee the Brand Identity and Design division, Institutional Communications division and Editorial staff.

Editorial Designer

Jones Magazine has an immediate opening for a freelance graphic designer to execute editorial layouts and work directly with our editorial staff to translate their ideas into strong visuals. Work must be done on site in New Your City. No exceptions.

Editorial Print Designer

Responsibilities: • Design news, life & arts and sports section fronts • Collaborate with editors to choose engaging and story-appropriate photos for section fronts • Inside page layout as necessary • Tone and prepare photos for print • Work with editors to finalize editorial and design of weekly publications • Communicate with sales team to coordinate placement of advertisements in weekly publications • Prepare final PDFs for printer • Work with printer to troubleshoot print-ready files • Participate in departmental discussions and critiques • Design/prepare/update marketing material upon request • Assist Chief Marketing Officer with additional tasks as requested Ideal candidate qualifications: • At least 3 years of experience in editorial design for print publications • Proficient in Creative Suite 5.5 on a Mac platform (specifically InDesign) • Expertise creating and working with paragraph, character and object styles within InDesign CS5.5 • Experience with InDesign/InCopy workflow • Knowledge of publication design standards • Strong understanding of Photoshop tools and techniques • Expertise with PDF files • Illustration experience a plus • Good communication and interpersonal skills • Ability to work with different personalities in a consistently professional manner • Organized and detail-oriented • Excellent time-management skills • Bachelor's degree in graphic design or publication design preferred Programs used (Mac platform): • InDesign CS5.5 • Illustrator CS5.1 • Photoshop CS5.1 • Bridge CS5.1 • iWork • Acrobat X • Filezilla Reports to: Chief Marketing Officer www.22ndCenturyMedia.com EOE

Brides Magazine Designer

Brides magazine is currently seeking an enthusiastic, energetic designer to join the creative team. Working for a recently redesign publication, this is a unique opportunity for a motivated designer to be a part of a collaborative environment where he/she will help evolve the visual direction of the magazine through creative design, strong typography and conceptual ideas under the close supervision of the Creative Director.

Responsibilities include designing dynamic feature and front-of-book layouts for print as well as rethinking print layouts for the iPad interactive digital edition. Applicants must have previously worked in magazines at some level and must be able to follow assigned stories through the entire production process from image selection, layout, to page proofs.

The ideal candidate should possess: A strong design background (3-6 years design experience), a sophisticated sense of design, a strong grasp of typography, extreme attention to detail, great communication skills, excellent time-management, the ability to multi-task, as well as an in-depth knowledge of InDesign and CS5. Experience in tablet design preferred but not mandatory.

Candidates must submit a resume as well a link to their online portfolio or pdf attachments for consideration to brides.art.photo@gmail.com. We will not be able to consider applicants who do not submit samples. 


A visual design role at the intersection of print and mobile. * Visual Designer with 6+ years of experience and a minimum of 2 in the publishing industry * Type of work: Design and production for our tablet-based publications, serving Food Network * Will report to the Design Director and work in close collaboration with other designers, editors, culinary team and product owners * This position may be off-site due to space constrictions, so need someone flexible enough to work remotely, if needed. Adobe Creative Suite with inDesign 6.0 will be needed.

Director of Marketing/Communications Design & Production

Job Summary/Basic Function: The Director of Marketing/Communications Design & Production is a full-time position in the Office of External Affairs, within the department of Development & External Affairs (DEA). The position reports to the Director of External Affairs. The ideal candidate sets the stylistic and artistic direction of communications and marketing materials for all of DEA and serves as a resource for the rest of the College. Primary responsibility is the design/production of Teachers College's core publications as well as execution of high priority design/production assignments from DEA leadership, both print and online. The incumbent will identify and supervise vendors and freelancers, manage the art/design/production budget, and negotiate cost efficiencies. Minimum Qualifications: -Proven skills and track record in graphic design, reflecting mastery of design programs and current technologies -Good project management and time management skills - must be organized, detail-oriented with the ability to manage multiple projects and meet deadlines -Strong communication and interpersonal skills are necessary to meet with senior staff, present ideas, and participate in a team environment. -Demonstrated budget management skills Preferred Qualifications: -Minimum of five years' experience working as a graphic designer or art director for a publication or a publications/marketing department university, college or corporation. -Some agency experience preferred, but not required. -Bachelor's degree or degree from school of art & design.

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