Product Designer needed for a young dynamic company that develop new consumer products. PaidBookmark This
DescriptionWe're a young dynamic company that develop new consumer product concepts and supply them to major retail chains. = We always strive to be a DISTRUPTER by bringing a constant flow of cool new product ideas, solutions & trends to an often sterile mass retail environment.
We handle the entire A-Z of the process from the idea stage to the product selling on store shelves. Including developing the product idea, creating drawings/artwork/specs for factories, production, import, sales and marketing.
We supply to the likes of, Bed Bath & Beyond, Gracious Home, Sears, Home Goods, Duane Reade, CVS and many others.
Our company and products are often featured in the Media including recent features on CBS News NY, Real Simple, Good Housekeeping, Crains NY and others.
We’re looking for a designer to assist with the development of new and existing product ideas:
Consumer Product design – Sketching of new concepts and improving existing concepts.
Packaging design - Creating great packaging for products or improving on existing packaging.
Relaxed but focused and goal oriented, not at all corporate, young, creative, open, inclusive and friendly. No red tape and quick turn around time is a priority.
Can work from our Union Square area office.
This opportunity provides the chance to be an important of the process of creating cool new products that will be on major retail shelves and featured in major media outlets imminently, gaining real world experience putting your skills into action – while earning credits and getting paid.
RequirementsExperience and the ability to hit the ground running with the following: Creation of renderings (photo realistic drawings) of the quality a factory can produce/print based on
Fluent with CAD, Photoshop and Illustrator
Understanding of design as it applies to the consumer product industry
Creative & out of the box thinking (design and critical thinking)
Graphic design & basic Web skills
Prototyping is generally done overseas but familiarity with this is important