Graphic Design Intern / Internship / Unpaid
New York New York US
Yieldmo is looking for a Production Graphic Designer Intern (16-24 hours/week) who is eager to join a fast-paced, quickly growing tech startup in NYC. You’ll be working with the Yieldmo Sales and Business Development team and spend time diving into the new offerings developed by our Ad Formats.
Yieldmo is looking for a Production Graphic Designer Intern (16-24 hours/week) who is eager to join a fast-paced, quickly growing tech startup in NYC. You’ll be working with the Yieldmo Sales and Business Development team and spend time diving into the new offerings developed by our Ad Formats. Your Graphic Design work will help Yieldmo land new customers at brands and advertising agencies. Your work will help deliver on the campaigns that we launch. It will help show major publishers how our product fits into their user experience. You’ll do production design work for major brands, ad agencies, and digital publishers and your work will be viewed millions of times over. Your work will help shift media and advertising to the mobile-centric world we live in.
What you’ll do:
Work with Yieldmo Sales to create example ads that will help win new clients.
Work with Yieldmo Sales to gather and edit static and video assets for use in mobile campaigns that will go live.
Work with Yieldmo Business Development to create mock-ups of how Yieldmo products would look on publisher mobile websites and mobile apps.
Work with Yieldmo Sales and Business Development to build communications collateral (presentations and other documents) to help win new business.
Engage with our Ad Formats to learn about our new products and help build marketing collateral that will highlight our company and product benefits.
Work with Marketing to help support visual design for social media channels and our blog
Work with Marketing to create other visual aspects of our brand– stickers, wall art, collateral for events, and other stuff
Who you are:
You’re ambitious and approach your work with a sense of curiosity. You’re anxious to learn new tools and methods that help improve your work and your workflow.
You’re rigorous and responsible. We often have tight deadlines to respond to big opportunities, so you’ll need to help set expectations on when you can deliver your work.
You care about workflow. You look for ways to streamline production to simplify tasks, make things more scalable without sacrificing quality.
You are patient and generous. You can help share your knowledge of Graphic Design and production with others who do not share your background. You can help others understand your needs and the considerations you make in your work.
You can balance collaboration with autonomy. You’re a team player who takes ownership of your piece of the puzzle.
You’re organized and dependable. You’ve grouped and named your layers. Your file names make sense and have version control. Your projects are packaged, linked, and you’re rarely hunting for files or sources.
Working on a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design and at least some internship experience.
A strong working knowledge of the Photoshop, After Effects, Illustrator, and InDesign.
A strong working knowledge of PowerPoint and Keynote.
A portfolio of digital design work, either personal or professional. We’d like to see not only the final work, but also the .psd document itself.