Graphic Designer
Gamgee - San Mateo, CA

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Gamgee is an early-stage start-up in the consumer mobile health space, located in the SF Bay Area (Peninsula) and funded by Khosla Ventures. Our founder has a successful startup track record in helping over a hundred thousand healthcare professionals apply technology to healthcare challenges. We're building a mobile app that’s going to help improve people’s health and introduce dramatic innovations to the healthcare system.

For this newly created role, you will have the opportunity to focus on our mobile application, website, and all other related materials. This is your chance to design from the beginning of a new product, and see it be built into a product that can help millions become healthier and aware of their well-being. We’re looking for a rockstar who can see concepts through and understand that every pixel is important to the user experience. If you have experience from an art school, ad agency or in-house experience, we’d love to talk to you.
Collaborate with our Lead Designer on design projects from concept to release
Create screen layouts, color palettes, typography, UI elements, and icons
Create production-ready, pixel perfect graphics, assets for mobile and web products
Bring templates and wire frames to life
Provide overall graphic and design support in a fast-paced startup environment

1-3 years of experience designing outstanding mobile applications and/or consumer products

Solid understanding of current UI Design Patterns & web standards
Proficient in HTML5 and highly proficient in Photoshop and Illustrator
Have strong visual design sensitivity
Desire to help define a new space
Must be self-motivated to prioritize and manage workload and meet critical project milestones and deadlines
Must be an effective problem solver
Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build good team relationships

Bachelor's degree in graphics design and/or interaction design