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Senior Digital Designer

You're a visual designer with unique creative problem-solving skills and communicates complex concepts effortlessly. You're a strategic thinker and passionate about collaboration, organization, and detailed execution. You possess a strong foundation in graphic and interactive design, you have a passion for branding and visual systems, and understand the value great design brings to an organization. You’re comfortable tackling all aspects of the design process from concept to prototype to delivery while working closely with internal and client teams. You like the idea of moving from one project to another, working on assignments that are as diverse as our clients. You get excited knowing your day-to-day could include brand development, visual design, UX, UI, and art direction. Lastly, you're the kind of person that does whatever it takes to see a project through.

Responsibilities:

  • Understand our clients’ business needs, their brands, and challenge them with new ideas
  • Design brand systems, interface systems, websites, apps, and other digital and physical experiences
  • Able to evolve great ideas into efficient execution supporting the design and development of brands and digital products that reflect disciplined UX thinking, art direction, storytelling, and systems design
  • Work closely with Chief Design Officer and Creative Director, colleagues and clients who share a passion for thoughtful design and execution
  • Collaborate with Brand Strategist to deliver impactful brand identity ecosystems that are aligned with data, market insights and brand positioning
  • Collaborate with UX and engineering teams to optimize innovation and feasibility of designs
  • Embrace challenges and contribute inspired solutions
  • Demonstrate sound judgment, timely decision-making, and organization skills that align with managing multiple projects and deadlines in a fast-paced agency environment 

Qualifications

  • 4+ years brand and interaction/visual design experience across a variety of digital media with a focus on brand story, graphic design, color, typography, and creative visual problem solving
  • Exceptional design skills and a portfolio showing taste and detail across a wide variety of work
  • Experience working on cross-disciplinary teams
  • Ability to move quickly to test new ideas
  • Strong knowledge of current industry tools with the ability to adapt to new technologies
  • Strategic problem-solving skills and the capacity to distill complex information into meaningful concepts or ideas
  • Ability to make brand and design come alive through interaction design. Animation prototyping a +
  • Curiosity, humility, and results-orientation

Perks + Benefits:

  • 100% company paid health, dental, vision & life insurance
  • Competitive market-based salary
  • Catered lunch every Friday 
  • Regular company happy hours 
  • Dog-friendly office 
  • Stocked kitchen
  • Summer Fridays 
  • Employee referral bonuses 
  • An office environment that is supportive, diverse, and as fun as our brand

About ZEHNER

Based in Los Angeles, Zehner is a full-service creative digital agency. Services include digital & brand strategy, user experience design, technology selection & implementation, marketing, and post-launch managed services. Our mission is to help our clients achieve their business goals by developing a tailored digital strategy, from crafting brand narrative to leveraging technology. Founded in 2007, Zehner is partnered with major commerce platforms, including ShopifyPlus, Magento and AWS. Our work reflects our company culture, built on the core values of Friendship, Creativity, Exploration, Dedication, and Results. We embody the best of the West Coast lifestyle in everything we do. Clients include: Rachel Zoe, Kendall & Kylie, Universal Music Group, Outerknown, Shabby Chic, Rachel Ashwell, JC Penney and more.

 

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