December 2015 Archives

Senior Digital Designer

Foreign Policy magazine is now accepting applications for senior digital designer. Candidates should have experience designing graphics, infographics, maps, and charts -- as well as producing and coordinating visuals, graphics, and interactive components with developers for large feature pieces across platforms, from desktop to mobile to tablet and beyond. The ideal candidate will have a background in global news, as well as an interest in politics and economics. (You don't need to understand the terms of the Greek bailout, but it would help to know what the ECB is.) You should feel at home and excited to work in a fast-paced, daily newsroom, collaborating with small teams of colleagues to make their work come alive online. You're a talented multi-tasker with the ability to manage the pace of daily work while also pushing forward big-picture projects on deadline. And you're familiar with trends in online and digital design, including data visualization, animated GIFs, illustration skills, and (ideally) some front-end coding. In addition to working on daily news and longer-term robust features and special projects, there will be opportunities to not only help rebrand and redesign existing components of the website, but also to build and design entirely new features and templates as Foreign Policy grows and retools the website's UX. This is a hands-on design position for web platforms only. Day-to-day work includes collaborating with editors and staff writers on visual treatment for stories and designing and creating layouts for editorial products. Skills: Experience with Illustrator, Sketch, and/or InDesign. Familiarity with all common image formats -- web standards (JPG, PNG, GIF) as well as PSD, AI, and EPS -- and an ability to optimize them for web/mobile display. Please send a resume, cover letter, and portfolio (including relevant links to online projects) to deputy editor Rebecca Frankel: rebecca.frankel [at]


Segal Savad, located in New York City's beautiful West Village is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary creative agency. We are looking for a junior-level editorial designer. Excellent written and interpersonal communication skills are required as well as great attention to detail. You will work with senior staff and also directly with clients, managing projects from start to end (pre-press/production/press checks). Role will also require great project management skills. We are a small shop, and need a team member that is independent and that can ultimately manage projects from start to finish, with an ability to anticipate needs and proactively resolve issues. Clients and projects range from designing corporate newsletters, custom content for major magazines to financial and annual reports. Required software skills include strong proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator). Adobe DPS experience not required but certainly a plus. This is an in-house position, and remote candidates will not be considered. 1+ years experience.


Segal Savad, located in New York City's beautiful West Village is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary creative agency that couples strategic creative with cutting edge technologies. We are looking for an enthusiastic junior designer who ready to take the next step in his/her career. You are technically savvy and wish to expand your knowledge of the latest digital technologies for creative communication. This includes an ability to engaging traditional digital channels as well as a willingness to learn about new tools emerging today in the areas of web, mobile and digital marketing.  This role will require great research skills as well as presentation skills; the ideal candidate should feel comfortable sharing their knowledge with our team in a casual setting as well as to our corporate clients. Along with keeping the team up to speed, this role would support the Digital Art Director in creating digital strategy for web and app projects including initial wireframes and design concepts. Role will also require great project management skills and excellent written and interpersonal communication skills.  We are a small shop, and need a team member that is independent and can manage their own projects and clients confidently from start to finish, with an ability to anticipate needs and proactively resolve issues. Though this role will focus on technology, there will also be a need for strategic creative concepting, design and project management. Job will also include traveling to meetings, design conferences and technology seminars to stay current on developments and trends in interactive and marketing design. Required software skills include strong proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator) and basic HTML5 and CSS3 knowledge. Experience with Adobe DPS, AfterEffects, Edge Animate and AEM a plus. This is a full time, on-site position, and remote candidates will not be considered.

Motion Graphics Designer

This position will report to the Lead designer. Will work closely with a team of designers to create short form visual animated graphics that furthers the story telling, and brand standards. Responsibilities: - Create short form motion graphics animations and gifs. - Designing / illustrating creative elements for animations. - Create designed content on a daily basis - Work closely with team of visual designers, to meet daily design needs - Working on projects from concept to production, making sure we meet brand standards and timelines. - Setting type Requirements: - Motion graphics experience - Excellent design and layout skills. - Excellent at using typography and type design - Good eye for tasteful, considered design - Ability to work in a fast paced environment - Excellent at producing shareable, digital-friendly content, and mobile - Familiarity with pop culture, fashion, trends - Proficiency in Adobe CS, specifically After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop. - Excellent at producing shareable, digital-friendly content, and mobile - At least 2 years as a digital designer

Art Intern for Harper's Bazaar Magazine Art Department

Harper's Bazaar magazine is offering unpaid internships in the Art/Design Department to dedicated students for the Spring semester of 2016. Applicants must be able to receive academic credit for the internship. Interns should have working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite, specifically InDesign and Photoshop. They should also be familiar with design terminology, fashion jargon, as well as some knowledge of the key photographers, artists, and influencers in the industry. Some processes you will learn will be: organizing the art flow, updating the "book" & "mini" wall for the Editor-in-Chief, and how to design front of book pages. Experience with Photoshop & InDesign is necessary, and a major relating to graphic design & interest in fashion is ideal. Internships are typically 2-3 days a week, beginning beginning of January and ending in May. College credit for the internship required.

Art Director

Art Director Hanley Wood is currently seeking an Art Director in the Business Media division. This position will primarily execute on print media design projects with powerful photo, illustration and info-graphic presentations, managing art acquisition process and budget. The Art Director will also commission and direct photos and illustrations, conceptualize layouts and type treatments, and produce layout and pages in preproduction. This individual will also ensure the workflow between art and edit meets the daily and weekly deadlines and maintain all of the style sheets and templates within the Woodwing process. He/She will be responsible for managing two direct reports, and work as a partner with editors and staff writers to create a look for the magazine that powerfully connects with specialized intelligence needs of business executive readers. Major Responsibilities and Related Duties Include: Design and Manage the Design of multiple print issues within the residential design set of Magazines. Assigning photo shoots and illustrations Coordinating online design with web producers Ensuring adherence to budgets and deadlines Work with art staff to select artwork and photos for magazine (commission illustration and photography, find stock art, create custom illustration using royalty-free art, etc.) Work with editors to obtain art from developers, owners, architects, and other sources for their specific articles Hire illustrators and photographers; and manage art/illustration contracts and materials return Manage creation of charts for stories Manage art/photo expenditures, staying within budget Manage invoicing, submitting bills within appropriate budgeting cycle Keep to a strict production schedule that allows for multiple projects at the same time

Winter/Spring Internship

Looking for a WINTER/SPRING 2015 Art Intern, starting mid to late December through late April. Assist Design Director and Art Directors in our busy art department to develop our award winning monthly city magazine. Layout design, photo research, typeface research, illustration research, idea conceptualization, photo retouching, photo shoots, department organization, etc. are examples of daily tasks. Intern will also attend staff meetings. This is an unpaid internship but can receive school credit if needed. Free parking.

AFAR magazine Art/Design Internship (paid)

AFAR magazine is looking for an Intern to assist the Art department. Duties include, but are not limited to, design and production for front-of-book stories, and assisting Art Director, Creative Director and the department with daily responsibilities. Candidates must be detail oriented, digitally proficient, organized, have a strong interest in design and typography, and have a positive attitude. Experience with InDesign and Photoshop is required. This internship is part-time only (3-4 days per week) and located in San Francisco. Start date would be as soon as possible

Art Director

Responsibilities: The art director will set and maintain standards for all art content--design, photography, illustration and production--for Houstonia. Duties include design or design approval of magazine art content, assigning and editing photography and illustrations, and cultivating relationships with freelance photographers and illustrators. The art director will have a comprehensive creative vision: the ability to generate original concepts, a high level of design sophistication, a keen eye for photography, and exceptional typography skills. The ability to create images using infographics or typography is a must; the ability to illustrate, a plus. The art director will supervise the associate art director, manage workflow with monthly deadlines, work in daily collaboration with editorial and production teams, and execute occasional custom publishing projects.

Graphic Designer

Clique Media Group is seeking a full-time Graphic Designer who will lead the production of daily content for one of our properties: MyDomaine. This person will be responsible for overseeing and executing the typographic and retouching needs of the Editorial department. The ideal candidate will work closely with Editorial Art Director to implement and create designs that fit the Editors' needs and also stay true to the site's aesthetic. Responsibilities include: create inspiring, on brand typographic layouts and graphic solutions for MyDomaine's Editorial and Social Media teams, retouch and color correct imagery under tight deadlines, complete special projects and duties when assigned, may occasionally work on sister sites and, oversee, mentor, and approve the work of interns when necessary

Marie Claire Spring Art Intern

Marie Claire is looking for interns in the art department for the Spring Semester. Candidates must have a strong interest in magazine design, photography, typography and love for fashion. Excellent communication and organizational skills are a must, plus the ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment. He/she should be resourceful, responsible and a creative problem-solver. The intern will assist in the daily workflow of the magazine. Duties will include but are not limited to: Maintaining and updating the mini wall for each issue, preparing and updating flip books for Editor-in-Chief and Design Director, photo research, and preparing layouts for presentation. Under the guidance of the art department, the intern will experience the process of a national monthly magazine. This is the perfect position for a dynamic, self-motivated college student looking for hands-on experience. Experience with Photoshop and InDesign is REQUIRED, as well as a major relating to graphic design. This is a non-paid internship and for school credit ONLY. Candidates MUST receive school credit and be able to commit to at least 2 full days/week for our internship program at our New York office. Please contact if interested.

Designer (Jr) --Parents Magaziine

Parents Magazine, the trusted brand that helps modern parents raise happy, healthy kids is looking for a talented designer with 1-2+ years related experience to join our friendly editorial art department, full-time. The Designer works closely with editors and the Art Director/Creative Director to design pages in all sections of the magazine, including occasional features. The right candidate will be excellent at problem-solving and critical thinking. If you are a magazine lover, have great typographic skills, a keen eye, and excellent work ethic, we want to hear from you.

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