At Threespot, we rely on graphic designers to wed creative vision to strategic solutions. They’re involved at the very outset of the process, actively shaping digital experiences that elevate a brand’s online presence and evolve client relationships.
Our designers are thinking designers—full of new ideas that provide fresh solutions while staying true to the brand. They’re confident in their instincts, yet they can filter through feedback to recognize constructive criticism. Armed with excellent communication skills, Threespot designers are adept at articulating the thinking behind their aesthetic and architectural decisions to get internal and client buy-in.
This is a visual design position. While knowledge of relevant technologies is a plus, this is not a programmer or developer position.
- BFA or higher in graphic design
- 1-2 years’ experience in a professional web design role, producing and/or creating strategic multimedia solutions
- Strong knowledge of major design applications, especially Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Flash
- Excellent spoken, written, and visual communication and presentation skills
- Exceptional creativity, enthusiasm, sense of humor, team spirit, commitment, and professionalism
- Ability to meet tough deadlines and juggle multiple projects
- Working knowledge of other aspects of web development and technologies, as they relate to design and creating client-appropriate experiences
- Familiarity with compatibility and cross-platform issues related to the major browsers and operating systems
- Please include a URL to an online portfolio that features your best ideas and designs
When you apply
Send cover letter, resume, and salary history to
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, gender, physical capability, sexual identification / orientation, national origin, or other protected class distinctions.
- No phone calls, please
- No staffing agencies, please
- No contractors, please
For more information contact:
Director of Human Resources