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Visual Designer₹5L – ₹7L
We are seeking a Visual Designer(full time) who can conceptualize and create compelling visual content for print, web, social media, emails and videos(promotional and explainer). You will be a building block of our design team to refine, expand, and systematize our brand expression. Your role will be pivotal in creating our brand guidelines across multiple media.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Create an energetic and organic brand identity of the product and company
Create consistent and intriguing illustrations for web, mobile and social media posts. Your work should thrive to give a delightful user-experience and develop a bond of trust and friendship.
Make print-ready brochures, banners, flyers, social media ads and info-graphics that sets us apart from competitors, attracts business opportunities, and engages with our user community.
Based on scripts make product explainer videos, tutorials, GIFs, 2D animations(complexity: low). Use your motion design skills to tell a product’s story, guide our users and improve usability. (complexity: easy-moderate)
Using graphics to give a delightful product experience for rather daunting, boring and stressful work of users.
Experience with tools:
You should have a strong working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Aftereffects, Premiere Pro and InDesign.
Skills that make you a good fit for us:
- Clear communication and ability to organize work
- Conceptually strong in typography and color theory
- Good understanding of grids and layouts
- Absorb and apply criticism on your work positively
- Pro-activeness and able to work in a fast-paced environment Team player who is always eager to learn from cross-discipline teams
- Eye for details and consistency
- Moderate photography sense
We prefer(not mandate!) candidate with BS/MS in visual communication, animation, Interaction Design, or related and at least 1-year experience in visual design. Above all, we believe in ‘Let your work speak for you.’