We are actively interviewing Junior through Senior Designers.
- You have ability to understand the big picture while zeroing in on the details.
- You are a self-starter who actively solves problems.
- You have a hard-working disposition.
- You deliver above and beyond what is expected of you.
- You possess the ability to communicate your ideas using a variety of methods, including conversations, emails, sketches, digital tools and presentations.
- You have no problem working autonomously or collaboratively.
- You seek and value feedback, knowing it will make your work that much stronger.
- You can work on several concurrent projects without skipping a beat.
- You have the ability to make judgment calls as necessary, knowing when to consult colleagues and management.
- You have earned a Bachelor’s degree or hustled to gain equivalent experience.
- You have a killer portfolio that clearly communicates the role you took in every project.
- You have extensive experience using professional tools like Adobe Creative Suite and Sketch.
- You might have experience writing code, using motion graphics software or wrangling protoyping tools.
- You might live in PDX—you might not. We are more concerned with your skill set than we are your location.
- We believe everyone brings a unique, intelligent perspective to the table. Collaboration beats competition. Execution over ego. Crew before you.
- We love self-starters and they love us. People who have the ability to see the big picture and make things happen are given the freedom to do so.
- We value process, but we don’t value rigidity. The ability to adapt to new projects, technologies and methodologies is important to us.
- We refuse not to laugh—often at everyone’s expense. Humor keeps our minds nimble and encourages weird ideas. Thin-skinned folks need not apply.
- We embrace what-ifs and the chaos they create. The unknown is calling and we are answering.
- We value doing jobs well. That means that sometimes we do things the hard way. Attending to the details is the difference between blah and meaningful.