The Interactive Web Designer is responsible for helping with the production of landing pages, blog templates, websites, email modules, and more.
- Actively engages in concept and design strategies: new websites for upcoming brands; landing pages for new campaigns; social media imagery; digital needs; infographics; and presentation templates
- Works with creative director, brand managers, marketing strategists, web developers and copywriters to produce work for the company’s portfolio of brands
- Understands the technology used to build websites and turn their designs into actual online experiences
- Suggests redesigns to current websites based on a thorough knowledge of the user experience and lead generation
- Interprets creative briefs and create designs that meet the scope and goals of the project
- Collaborates with creative team, brand managers and marketing strategists in conception of brand campaigns
- Stays current on industry trends
- Works within tight deadlines to produce quality-driven deliverables
- Contributes broad thinking with the ability to offer design solutions
- Performs other duties as required
High school diploma or equivalent required; Bachelor’s degree in design, web development or other related field is preferred.
- 3 years of design/web developing experiencerequired; digital and print media experience is preferred
- Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.), CSS, HTML, and Word Press is preferred
- UX/UI experience is preferred
Skills, Knowledge, and Competencies
- Communication skills - able to communicate in a clear, articulate, and professional manner on a daily basis to solve problems as these arise.
- Interpersonal and Customer Relations skills – able to maintain a professional and courteous attitude with employees and third party individuals at all times.
- Planning/Organizational skills - able to prioritize work activities, use time efficiently and work through projects in a self-motivated manner.
- Adaptability – able to adapt to rapid changes in the work environment, manage competing demands and able to deal with frequent change, delays or unexpected events.
- Problem-solving skills – able to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner; gather and analyze information skillfully; able to apply independent judgment on a regular basis in making decisions.
- Time Management skills – able to use time effectively in a semi-supervised fashion, pursuing other activities when regular duties have reduced in volume; able to complete projects in a timely manner. Will work with occasional supervision over repetitive tasks. New duties or project type tasks may receive “strict” or “direct” supervision, depending upon the nature of the task(s).