Design intern

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Bakery Agency
507 Calles St
Austin, TX
Posted: June 23 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Bakery needs a design intern! Our internships are fairly hands on, so your coffee making skills are not all that interesting to us.
Instead, you'll be assigned to a team and will be assisting on client work, accompany us to client meetings, etc. This opportunity can provide the right candidate with great experience and valuable portfolio material. Please note that this is an unpaid internship, however we pay for your meals (and we eat at nice places!)
Bakery is a full-service digital agency with a true desire to not just communicate a brand's message, but to also mold it to fit consumer interactions and experiences. Our goal is always to bring about experiences that enhance consumers' lives through the use of technology and user-driven design.

Please include a few portfolio pieces with your resume when you apply.

Thanks!

Requirements

-Currently pursuing OR a recent graduate of a BA/BS in Advertising, Design, Communications Studies, or Journalism.
-Coursework or experience in digital design.
-Strong layout skills.
-Knowledge of and sensitivity toward typography and its appropriate use.
-Strong skills in Adobe Creative Suite, specifically Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator.
-Strong organization and communication skills.
-Able to operate independently with minimal supervision.
-Able to manage multiple ongoing projects simultaneously.

-Web design skills, along with knowledge of HTML5, CSS3 and Jquery is a very strong plus.
-Previous internship experience is also a plus.

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