Engaging.co is looking for a Digital Graphic Designer

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Seattle, WA (February 15, 2021) — Engaging.co, a technology company that empowers brands to create category-defining companies, is looking to hire a Digital Graphic Designer to work remotely, preferably in Seattle, Los Angeles, or Toronto. The job is exciting, because you can work on game-changing products and brands, and collaborate with some amazing professionals in marketing, design, and technology.

“We’re looking for an individual who is passionate about creating visual imagery and visual storytelling, to support the marketing and branding campaigns of our brands. The ability to create beautiful and compelling digital content that is on brand is essential. We’re looking for someone who is not only proficient in the tools of the trade, but who has the mindset to get in the trenches with our team to help us bring brand visions to life.”

The Digital Graphic Designer will develop web experiences, banners, email templates, social media posts, infographics, and other digital collateral materials.

The ideal candidate should have a strong portfolio of visual work, excellent digital design skills, and a strong understanding of social media platforms. They must also have a deep understanding of design principles and the ability to take concepts and create the scalable design systems. Because Engaging is a remote company, the individual should also be able to work well with a team and have a positive, collaborative attitude.

Learn more about Engaging.co and apply for this job here:





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