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Graphic Designer


What we're looking for

As a Graphic Designer, you will be an essential part of a small studio. Reporting to our Creative Director, you will collaborate with the team to craft visual identities, design systems, marketing materials, and more. Outside of client work, you will collaborate with our team internally as we bring our own products to life.   


  • Create and design various materials for print and digital collateral
  • Design layouts, including selection of colors, images, and typefaces
  • Present design concepts to creative director and/or clients
  • Incorporate feedback from creative director and/or clients into final designs
  • Review designs for errors before printing, sharing, or publishing them
  • Ensure projects are completed on schedule and with high quality
  • Maintain creative direction for client as well as brand guidelines
  • Consistent, and direct communication with creative director


  • Speak English fluently
  • Be able to work at least 4 hours of overlap with Pacific Standard Time
  • At least 3 years of professional working experience as a Graphic Designer
  • Online portfolio that shows your ability to iterate and conceptualize ideas
  • Proficiency in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, and InDesign (Sketch & Figma a bonus)
  • Self motivated and good with time management
  • Excellent eye for detail
  • Willingness to work and collaborate closely with the team at a small studio


  • Competitive with US rates

About Us

We’ve worked with over 40 brands world wide, ranging from start-ups to fortune 500 organizations. We operate as an extension of each client’s team, guiding them through our creative process and going small. Going small is a term we admire to describe the process where extraordinary results are directly determined by how narrow you can make your focus. This methodology empowers us to create focused visual identities and user experiences for our clients that are the perfect distillation of who they are and who they want to be to their stakeholders.