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Associate Art Director

Houstonia Magazine is seeking a self-motivated, meticulous, team-player for an immediate opening in the position of Associate Art Director, in Houston, Texas. The Associate Art Director position is responsible for designing editorial layouts for narrative and service features, and magazine departments, assigning photography and illustrations, and color-proofing photos.

Remote designer

Flagship Publishing (Nebraska Life/Colorado Life, etc) is looking for a part-time designer to help us for the next few months (we have a designer going on maternity leave). Projects include direct marketing material and customer advertisements. Please shoot me an email if interested:

Creative Director - Vogue, India ( A part of Conde Nast India)

Condé Nast India seeks a dynamic and innovative Art Director for a full-time staff position for its magazine Vogue. Overview The candidate should have 7-10 years of creative work experience. Job details: • To lead the design management of the magazine and app, exhibiting best-in-class use of key design skills such as typography, application of color theory and image selection. • To be responsible for the production and delivery of pages and to meet specified deadlines. • Art direction and management of photo for the magazine maintaining consistency and developing new ideas. • Working with the editor and the fashion director to create dynamic and exciting covers that are in line with the latest trends with a strong commercial awareness. • Ensure that the brand image and brand design values are consistent and in line with the publishing strategy. • To work with internal employees including the editorial team, Publisher, Managing Editor, Marketing teams and other departments. • Liaise with external contributors and suppliers when required. • To manage freelance art contributors when required. • Ensure that all design administration is accurate to ensure contributors and image rights are retained. • Other ad hoc duties as required

Designer, Travel+Leisure

Time Inc. is one of the largest branded media companies in the world. The company reaches more than 130 million people globally each month across multiple platforms, with influential brands like Time, People, Sports Illustrated, InStyle, Real Simple, Travel + Leisure, Food & Wine and Wallpaper. Time Inc. is home to celebrated events and franchises including the Fortune 500, Time 100, People's Most Beautiful, Sports Illustrated's Sportsman of the Year, Essence Festival in New Orleans and the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. The job: Do you want to help drive the design vision for the preeminent, insatiable travel magazine? The Designer, Travel + Leisure will conceive, build and design for the magazine in a fast-paced, highly collaborative environment focused on quality. You will: Design and art direct front-of-book and special packages from initial concepts to final color correction Art direct photo shoots Design print pages, specifically owning sections of the magazine Work collaboratively with editors, photographers, stylists and illustrators Oversee print color retouching; working closely with the print color reproduction team Translate print designs for the tablet Close your own pages Manage contracts and invoices for illustrators and photographers You have: Experience: Show, don't tell. When we invite you in for an interview, we'll be able to understand your value - not in the amount of times you tell us about your love of content - but through tangible examples of the work you've done in an editorial art department. You have at least three years of concrete print design experience. Bonus points if you have digital design experience. Killer taste: Bosses, peers and teams flock to you for your visual sense, which is unparalleled. You have a clear sensibility that shines through everything you take on. The quality of your design work is unmatched - your value shines through in exceptional typographic skills, strong front of book packaging experience and knowledge of illustrators and photographers. Enthusiasm for teamwork: Like any great designer, you excel at working independently. You're also a team player and it shows. You're quick to notice the details you manage and how they contribute to the greater whole.

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.

Senior Food Editor

Location: Birmingham, AL Southern Living celebrates the best of life in the South, both in our content and through publications and programs that enrich the lives of millions of our devoted readers. As the signature Southern brand in the Time Inc. portfolio, Southern Living acts as the go-to resource, both in print and online, for people who love the Southern lifestyle. Created by a team of experts on Southern food, gardens, home design, travel, and style, is the ultimate insiders' guide to life in the South. The job: The Senior Food Editor, will help shape the food & entertaining vision for Southern Living leading the charge at the signature Southern brand within the Time Inc. portfolio. This is a key role for an experienced food editor who is excited by the chance to mobilize a team around big ideas, projects, and packages. You will: • Pitch, package and produce seasonal food and entertaining stories across platforms and pillars for features, section leads and monthly columns and traffic-generating digital campaigns • Own and edit the food section of the magazine • Mentor junior staff in pitching, packaging, reporting and writing • Utilize your network of talented freelancers and tastemakers, finding creative, relevant angles for them to contribute to our brand • Work with our General Manager to monitor workflows, especially from the perspective of junior editors • Meet every deadline, every time - and work with junior staff to do the same • Generate multiple pieces of digital content every month You are: • Experienced magazine editor: You can map out 15 months of seasonal food content at a time. You are inspired by great packaging and come with the knowledge and experience needed to plan and pull off inspired packaging youYou willrself. You have superior editing, writing and reporting skills. • Leader with a vision: You take abstract ideas and transform them into compelling, robust packages. You are part diplomat, part project manager. You can motivate groups of people and bring them together to execute ambitious projects. You get things done. You enjoy teaching and mentoring. In a world where we're working on multiple things at once you help others determine what to prioritize and the most efficient way to stay on track. • Problem solver: When writers and editors come to you with issues, you identify solutions. You're always building and maintaining a network of on-the-ground sources that enable us to produce trustworthy food content through a proven community of insiders. • Ideas person: You are naturally creative and enjoy brainstorming and collaborating. When you look at a story in the headlines, you can envision how to approach it from additional, reader-focused angles. You also think bigger: packages, franchises, newsletters, partnerships and more. • Immersed: You come with a clear perspective and a deep interest in all things Southern Living with a specific interest in food. When we invite you in for an interview, we'll be able to feel your energy, enthusiasm, and interest.

Seventeen Magazine Photo Internship

Seventeen Magazine is looking for photo interns for the Fall 2015 semester. The ideal candidate would be a hard worker who pays attention to detail, has great communication skills, an eagerness to learn, and a love for everything Seventeen! Responsibilities will include photo research, location scouting, prop sourcing, helping with photo shoot production, and administrative tasks. Photography and Journalism majors, as well as candidates with prior office or magazine experience, are preferred. Internships are end of August/early September through December, unpaid, are a minimum of three days per week, and you must be able to receive college credit. Please send your resume, cover letter, and examples of your photography to Jill at

Digital Production Artist

-Completes all digital artwork/layouts assigned by the SAD or Creative Director -Produces all artwork according to the art director's specifications; works with Creative Director and assigned art director to achieve desired results. Advises creative on best way to achieve approved concept via computer layout/illustration/pre-press technique. -Generates proofs for review by creative director, assigned art director, account service personnel, proofreader/copy-editor and client. -In conjunction with supervisor, orders all digital output when needed, and works with vendors to coordinate correct digital output and transmission of pre-press artwork prepared on computer; orders camera-ready materials, type output or other outside purchases not supplied by creative to complete assigned projects. -Confirms all production deadlines and printing specs with SAD, production manager and/or traffic manager. -Reviews all work for errors/omissions with art department supervisor prior to turning in work for creative/account executive/client approval. -Makes all requested changes/corrections promptly and correctly. -Maintains working knowledge of pertinent software and peripherals needed to complete work. -May be asked to assist in preparing digital images for use by the interactive design department on interactive websites. -Able to create mockups of layouts or boards for presentations -Needs to be able to do minor design revisions -Be familiar with versioning and have the ability to follow a matrix -Takes on additional responsibilities as determined by the Creative Director.

Art Director

Ad Age, the premier publication for the marketing and advertising industries, is seeking a dynamic, visionary Art Director who can give our brand a level of design excellence that matches the quality of our award-winning journalism. The Art Director will be an expert in visual storytelling and creating covers that demand attention. He or she will be able to work with our talented newsroom team to plan, design and produce high-impact editorial pages, striking infographics and other related editorial content - largely in print, but also on digital platforms -- that will tell stories in interesting, new and unique ways. He or she will be given not only the charge of creating excellent visual content but of instilling a culture of visual excellence. He or she will bring creativity, energy and a stream of ideas to our brand.

Newspaper designer

An award-winning design team needs creative and hard working page designers. The Chronicle-Tribune produces high quality daily newspapers in North Central Indiana. The position provides the opportunity for hands-on experience developing visual storytelling techniques. The C-T design desk in Marion, Ind. assembles five local dailies across the region. Minimum requirements: Bachelor's degree in journalism or related subject. Experience with InDesign and Photoshop required. Send resume to: Matt Hutton, managing editor, and David Penticuff, editor, the Chronicle-Tribune, 610 S. Adams St., Marion, IN 46953; e-mail, Please make sure email size does not exceed 2.5 MB. Samples will be sought upon request.

Creative Director, ISSUU

Fulltime, Copenhagen

You are a gifted designer with hands on ability who knows the web and mobile space inside and out. You have a multidisciplinary mind that knows how to navigate and bridge visual concepts and technological challenges. You'll be a strong voice and work with our UX, product and engineering teams to plan and execute a variety of user experience tasks, including research/brainstorm, designing, and prototyping new user experiences on a variety of platforms.

We want someone with strong graphic skills, who loves both the conceptual side and the implementation side of design projects. You will be working cross-functionally to create stunning interfaces that facilitate what users want to do, and delight them along the way. You will streamline products and stimulate original ideas that bring simplicity and ease of use to complex design issues of a live community and publishing ecosystem.

• Create project deliverables that clearly and persuasively communicate the UX strategy and the reasoning behind it
• Deliverables include design mockups, production of visual assets and documentation required for proper implementation
• Work closely with our Head of Design to resolve issues and maintain the quality of Issuu's creative deliverables
• Provide mentorship to less experienced UX designers by exposing them to new challenges, decisions, and meetings
• Constructive participation in UX team and studio workshops to develop and refine best practices and processes
• Lead a team of 4 designers
• Be an advocate for the product from a human perspective

Interactive Designer, ISSUU

Fulltime, Copenhagen

Issuu is the world's leading digital publishing platform with 85 million monthly users and 6 Billion page view per month. We're looking for a strong design lead to join our growing team.

You are a talented designer who is comfortable in web and mobile environments. You have a multidisciplinary mind that knows how to navigate and bridge visual concepts and technological challenges. You'll work with our UX, product and engineering team to execute a variety of user experience tasks, including research/brainstorm, designing, and prototyping new user experiences on a variety of platforms.

We want someone with strong graphic skills, who loves both the conceptual side and the implementation side of design projects. You will be working cross-functionally to create stunning interfaces that facilitate what users want to do, and delight them along the way. You will streamline products and stimulate original ideas that bring simplicity and ease of use to complex design issues of a live community and publishing ecosystem.

• Create project deliverables that clearly and persuasively communicate the UX strategy and the reasoning behind it
• Deliverables include design mockups, production of visual assets and documentation required for proper implementation
• Work closely with our design leads to resolve issues and maintain the quality of Issuu's creative deliverables
• Constructive participation in UX team and studio workshops to develop and refine best practices and processes
• Be an advocate for the product from a human perspective

• Proven from idea to product experience
• Ability to grasp and distill highly complex issues
• Strong communication skills and the ability to stay highly organized
• Self motivated
• Knowledge of user-centered design principles
• 3+ years experience designing work flow, interaction and web-based UI
• Design related studies
• Prior experience working within a technical environment is a must
• Work residence in DK/EU
• Excellent understanding of composition, color, imagery and typography
• Cool points if you know HTML, CSS Javascript and JQuery
• Even more cool points for animation and prototyping skills

• Competitive compensation package
• Macs, tablets, wacom, etc... We will set you up with the tools you need to shine
• In the heart of Vesterbro, cleverly placed right next to the Central Station and the hip Meatpacking District
• You'll be a part of Issuu, an amazing place with room for parents, vegetarians, geeks, weirdos and the occasional normal person


We are seeking to employ full time or freelancer to help us design a new look to our series of classics of world literature. The designer should have experience of designing high quality books for gifts and contents and should have some knowledge of what ticks a buyer to buy a well designed classic.

Art Director - The Kit

As The Kit's creative standard-bearer, the Art Director shapes the look and feel of The Kit across all platforms. The ideal candidate has vision. He or she is committed to sustaining high-quality content and design and has a particular affection for fashion and beauty. The Art Director works strategically with the editorial team, and maintains a special focus on new ways to tell stories in the interactive magazine. They recruit and build talent, remove creative roadblocks and introduce external influences that inspire. They are collaborative, positive, motivated, with a record of inspiring staff to deliver captivating work across multiple platforms. They also have the credentials and portfolio to prove it. They are full of ideas and juggle the bigger picture with the needs of supporting a weekly newspaper feature. The Art Director has strong relationships with visual creators and in the fashion and beauty industries. We require at least five years' experience in news or magazine design, plus prior experience in photography direction for beauty and fashion. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES -Oversee creative direction of The Kit's design and layout on all platforms -Provide on-set art direction for all major shoots and trains team to provide on-set art direction -Coach and inspire team of three designers -Collaborate with editorial team on art for stories and major shoots -Design covers and key features -Goal setting and performance evaluations of art staff twice per year -Oversee selection and commissions of freelance art contributors and identify new visual creators whose work should be featured in The Kit -Manage and works within art department budget -Along with the Editor-in-Chief, drive growth in staff skills so The Kit remains a digital media leader -Creative oversight of advertorials and special projects -Helps uphold the quality, values and characteristics of The Kit brand -Assists with other duties for the good of The Kit

Program Manager/Editor

Start Date: As soon as possible Application Deadline: 5th October 2012. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis and the position may be filled before the deadline, so early applications are encouraged. Location: Yangon, Myanmar Contract Period: One year (renewable) with a three month probationary period About the Position This is an exciting opportunity to directly benefit thousands of Myanmar adults and influence the country's overall educational practices during this period of rapid change. The Program Manager/Editor will take charge of running a small office in downtown Yangon, and lead the consolidation and expansion of Educasia's operations in Myanmar and, to a lesser extent, in other parts of Asia. He or she will also play a major role in the development of curricula and teaching materials at all stages, taking primary responsibility for improving the efficiency of production processes and the quality of the final products. The post is suitable for someone with a strong background in teaching, editing and management. Key Duties Management • Participate in the strategic development of Educasia, including creating budgets and writing proposals. • Manage and report on a multi-donor budget in conjunction with senior and administrative staff. • Develop and maintain relationships with partner organizations throughout Myanmar and in other Asian countries. • Represent Educasia at local, national and international events. • Supervise and support a team of about five administrative and technical staff, plus numerous volunteer and consultant teacher trainers, materials writers, designers, editors and translators. • Assist in the development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation strategies. Editing/Curriculum Development • Plan and oversee the systematic development of curricula and teaching materials for social science, community development, ELT and other subjects. • Heavily edit and proofread all materials before publication to ensure consistently high standards. • Personally write content and contribute to the design of materials, subject to need and ability. • Assess the curriculum, materials and training needs of target beneficiaries, and advise on appropriate resources.? Salary and Benefits • 1,000,000 Myanmar kyat (approx. 1,200 USD) per month. • Work-related visas, transport and accommodation. • 20 days' paid leave per year. • Basic local health coverage. Please note: As our budget is tight, we cannot provide the level of benefits that many larger NGOs offer. However, the salary is enough to allow for a reasonable standard of living in Myanmar and Thailand, where living costs are low.

New Media Intern

As New Media Intern, you will: • Create and edit Qwikis for major media companies, celebrities, personalities, professional bloggers, and publishers • Research relevant bloggers and social media influencers • Assist with administrative duties Perks: • Transportation and lunch stipend • No barriers to highest levels of management • Talented, passionate, and driven team • Amazing office in the heart of SoHo

Editorial designers (freelance)

Mental_floss magazine seeks freelance designers to execute editorial layouts and graphic elements. This position offers the flexibility of project-based off-site work combined with the opportunity to be an integral part of a fun and friendly team.


I'm starting a weekly, English language, Berliner size, newspaper in the Indian state of Kerala, India. I'm looking for a designer to help me in the initial phase. The pay is dirt if you are looking at designing a real newspaper from scratch, in a part of the world where the print media is still growing, this is it. I'm not looking for experience. Someone with a great sense of typography and want to try something new.

art director

Art Director/Rethinking Schools POSITION SUMMARY Rethinking Schools is seeking a talented art director to take responsibility for the design and layout of Rethinking Schools magazine, including a compelling front cover, interior, and ad placement. Rethinking Schools is published quarterly; each issue involves approximately 5-6 weeks from initiation to print. The art director works closely with the production editor to develop conceptual ideas for the cover and specific articles, and then contracts with freelance illustrators, artists, photographers, and cartoonists to find and/or develop art to complement the articles appearing in the magazine. The art director will see layout through all stages to print, and prepare files for online use. The art director is the primary contact with the printer on technical issues and printing of the journal.

Design Director - HONOLULU Magazine

HONOLULU Magazine seeks a Design Director to head the magazine's art department. This team leader's role will vary from management duties to the most hands-on production processes. The Design Director leads and supervises the design of HONOLULU Magazine, HONOLULU Family Magazine, HONOLULU Shops Waikiki magazine, all the companion digital editions, websites and email newsletters, custom publishing projects and branding collateral.

Publication Editor/Web Designer/Graphic Design

Editor of Pinto Horse magazine, online publication, with one (1) printed issue per year. Responsible for designing a new Web site while performing weekly updates and general maintenance on current site. Will layout and design all printed communication, including event logos, advertisements, promotional material, quarterly printed newsletter and the Pinto Horse magazine. Responsible for photography at all official PtHA events.

Graphic Designer in Berlin

Katachi Media is looking for a motivated highly skilled graphic designer with interactive experience and ambitions. The designer we are looking for is multi-talented and interested in developing new ways of interacting with and communicating through touch devices and to a limited extent web and print also. This is a 3 month contract with an option to extent to a full-time position in Berlin. See an example here: Roles The role is very open allowing for a great deal of experimentation and invention. We are looking for communicators not template designers. You will be expected to both understand the content, develop new ways of communicating it and exploring the possibilities of touch based interactivity on the iPad and iPhone. Understanding of code is not needed. You will be designing iPad based magazines, books and other highbred products in addition to some website, application UI and print work. You will be using a unique design tool that allows designers to create highly unique interactive publications with no coding of any kind. You will be given great deal of freedom and opportunity to develop and produce all kinds of media from photographic and 3d to illustration and film. The iPad is a very young medium still, the way in which people communicate is still very early in it's development and Katachi is leading the way in exploring these possibilities.

Visual Communication Lecturer (in Asia)

• Design course curriculum materials • Plan and deliver these lessons clearly • Develop students' creativity and problem solving skills through study, research and practical projects • Ensure student discipline • Assist with school promotional activities

Visual Director (editorial/brand)

Caixin Media is looking for a Visual Director to both oversee art direction and develop the visual identity of its three major titles, Caixin Century and China Reform in Chinese, and Caixin - China Economics & Finance in English. This job is based in Beijing, China. JOB SUMMARY: The Visual Director will work to develop the established visual identity of the magazine and all associated products and platforms. The successful candidate will be instrumental in the continued development of magazine, working with the Editor-in-Chief to develop all individual products. He or she will also be responsible for the regular operations of the magazine, as well as management and development of the art team. MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES: • Art directing and managing production of Caixin's main titles and their related products (mobile, iPad, etc.) during the regular weekly runs. Involves communicating with editors on how to interpret stories visually, overseeing and improving layouts, and ensuring quality of final product. • Providing creative input for new projects, or improvements on existing products, especially with regard to visual identity. • Developing and monitoring the house style and use of product logos, to maintain consistency across the brand. • Defining design and production standards. • Managing design team, including developing and assessing current staff, or recruiting new staff as necessary. • Recommending freelance designers, photographers and illustrators, and setting policies for working with them.

Graphic Designer

We are looking for a talented and detail-oriented graphic designer to work with McAby Media full-time. We publish 3 magazines: H Texas, Chile Pepper, and Pilates Style. The graphic designer will be responsible for creating layouts and sales collateral as well as participate in editorial meetings and photo shoots for art direction. The designer will also have some experience with designing and working with web content. H Texas publishes quarterly while Chile Pepper and Pilates Style publishes six times a year each - we work on a total of 16 issues a year, so there will be emphasis on meeting deadlines.

Graphic Design Internship

NYLON Magazine is looking for a Marketing Design intern for the Spring 2011 semester. Main responsibilities include designing marketing proposals, creating mockups for print & web, and shadowing the Marketing and Promotions 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-learers and self-motivated with a can-do attitude. All candidates should be currently enrolled in a college/university (or be a recent graduate) in an Art/Design/Studio Art related program. All internships are unpaid and can be for school credit.

Esquire Photo Intern: Winter and/or Spring

The position is for college credit only (there is no stipend. It is part-time (2-3 full days) or full-time depending on school schedule. The days and hours are negotiable.

Sr Designer/Art Director

Sandow Media, publishers of LUXE Interiors + Design, NewBeauty, Worth, Watch Journal, Interior Design, and Furniture Today Media Group is seeking strong editorial and print designers. The ideal candidate is a self-starter with energy, enthusiasm, and passion. This is an excellent opportunity to work on award-winning publications, with a growing company.

Production Assistant/Show Coordinator

Your primary duties will be related to our juried competitions. You'll be responsible for logging in entries into our database using FilemakerPro, preparing pdfs for judging, communicating with entrants, gathering the hi-res files of the winners, sending out winner announcements requesting credits, sizing images and making tiffs of all winning entries. In addition you'll be proofreading text and other administrative duties as related to our shows. We have three shows with 3x3 and four shows with Creative Quarterly plus our twice-annual 3x3 Magazine, our quarterly magazine and annual 3x3 Directory. In addition you will be responsible for updating our database, updating our 3x3 web site with each new issue, photoshop work, answering the phones and supervising our weekly mailings of magazines and books. Hourly salary is commiserate with abilities plus we do have a transportation allowance. Hours are 10:15am to 6:15pm M-F. We're located in Brooklyn, 45 minutes from Union Square on the F/G Train. The studio is located one block from Prospect Park.

Good Housekeeping Photography Internship

Good Housekeeping, a magazine of Hearst Corporation, is looking for a photo intern for the Fall 2010 semester. The atmosphere is fun, relaxed, and very educational. Interns will learn about the daily activities of a large-scale magazine. This includes publishing, photo editing, photo research, and photo shoots (and much more). Interns will be primarily responsible for helping the photo team do photo research. However, interns will also be able to visit the in-house studio and go to photo shoots with the editors. In addition, the photo intern will assist the editors in various administrative tasks including contact with photographers worldwide. This is a fantastic opportunity to immerse yourself in the media industry and to gain experience working for a large media conglomerate. The intern must be able to work 3 days a week for school credit only (no pay). Contact for more information or to set up an interview.

Graphic Design Lecturer (based in Asia)

Visual Communication Lecturer (Based in Asia- Singapore, HongKong, Shanghai, Beijing, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, New Delhi, Mumbai, etc) Responsibilities: •Design course curriculum materials •Plan and deliver these lessons clearly •Develop students' creativity and problem solving skills through study, research and practical projects •Ensure student discipline •Assist with school promotional activities For more job openings, please visit our official website at Interested applicants on above job, please email a comprehensive resume (with contact number in PDF or Word format), academic certificates and transcripts, 2 reference letters, a recent photograph as well as your portfolio to Ms. Winnie Liang at

Web Designer for Media Non-Profit

Cinema Politica, the world's largest campus-based documentary screening project, is looking for a web designer. Our current site is now two years old, which of course is more like 8 years old in web-reality, and we are ready for a change. We have a web-geek to do the back-end (which is Drupal) but we need a creative, media-savvy designer who can design a new site for us that foregrounds our media and makes it generally more sexy and more user-friendly.

Country Living Magazine Fall Photo Intern

Country Living Magazine seeks an intern for their photo department. This person will work closely with the photo and art departments to gain vital magazine experience working in a deadline-oriented, fast-paced environment. The position is for college credit only. The intern is expected to begin by mid September and work through mid December. The days and hours are negotiable.

Town & Country Art/Photo Department Intern

The position is for college credit only. A minimum of two days is required. The intern is expected to begin late August/early September.