Digital Production Designer, Toronto, Creative Circle

Published 2022-09-26
Expires 2022-10-26
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Digital Production Designer, Toronto, Creative Circle
Canada, Ontario, Toronto,
Published September 26, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Digital production designer

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Position: Digital Production Designer
Location: Fully Remote
Starts: Early October
Duration: 3+ months, fulltime hours weekly
Status: Freelance
Rate: Up to $30/hr DOE
Our agency client is looking for a Studio / Production Designer to join their team in a longterm contract role.
In this Studio / Production Designer role you will:
Touching up and editing graphics in Photoshop
Laying out corporate print and digital assets- emails, banners, reports, landing pages etc.
Creating banners- static and animated
Working with fellow Designers
Report to the Studio Manager and work remotely with the studio team

Qualifications for this Digital Production Designer role:
2+ years of experience
AODA knowledge is a huge bonus, as you will be working with large corporate brands
Strong Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Animate
Experience using After Effects, HTML, Cheetah Mail (or similar) and Litmus are assets

Apply with a brief description and relevant work samples that demonstrate your fit for this role.
Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to: [email protected]

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