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Posted: July 08 2015
Company Location: Woodstock, GA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionTAMLYN DESIGN is a boutique design firm offering graphic design services to businesses and organizations. We offer website design and development, logos, branding and corporate identity design. We also offer print and social media ad design. We are here for the dreamers, the doers, the entrepreneurs and the innovators.
We are currently looking for an assistant graphic designer to help with branding projects. Initially you will be responsible for making updates to design projects by the lead designer but as you prove proficiency and design style you will gain more and more autonomy.
ResponsibilitiesDay to day tasks would making corrections and design changes requested by clients on branding packages, that may include flyers, logos, press kits, information sheets, website and social media banner designs, business cards, retractable banners, brochures and booklets, t-shirt designs. Will include research on designs style based on branding questionnaire for before mentioned items along with website and magazine layouts. Will include implementation of branding and design packages. Will include finding stock photos to be used in design projects.
RequirementsExperience with PhotoShop, Illustrator and InDesign is necessary. All three is preferred.
SkillsRequired - Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign
Preferred - Branding & Identity