Term: Winter, Spring; Intern Title: Graphic and Brand Design Intern
Company Name: Krown Lab, Portland, OR; Application Deadline: 02/01/10
Krown Lab is a design and manufacturing company with its head quarters in Portland, Oregon. We specialize in the creation of high quality products for modern and contemporary dwellings and interior space. We pride ourselves in designing clever product solutions that are highly iconic, yet perfectly timeless.
We focus on performance, rather than believing that form follows function or vice versa.
We battle with complexity, strive for simplicity and believe that less really is more. All our products have been distilled down to their purest form and function, with every detail of every part justified.
Everyone in the office is regularly contributing his or her ideas and thoughts to the ongoing product design and development work. Krown Lab’s product road map extends beyond architectural hardware into new categories of products related dwelling and interiors.
Position Description & Tasks:
Specific tasks will be assigned and you will work with internal mentors on everything from corporate identity development, company brochures, catalogs, web site and photography with art direction. This internship could also include tasks surrounding social and media communication as well as PR related work.
The position is very well suited for someone who thrives working within a small crossfunctional creative team. If you like to apply your skills to a broad range of tasks in a role with great growth potential and room to show your stuff, this could be the ideal internship for you.
Qualifications & Requirements:
We are currently looking for a student with strong verbal and written communication skills and a solid grasp of Adobe CS, with emphasis on illustrator, indesign layout, basic photo retouching, and web editing. WordPress and photography skills are a big plus. In this position you will be exposed to working on brand development, graphics and visual communication as well.
Desired Starting Date: February 2010
Duration of Internship: Winter / Spring terms
Hours per Week: 8 – 10
Compensation: $10 – $12 / hr
Earning credit is optional when taking a paid internship, but required for all approved unpaid internships unless the employer is a registered nonprofit or government organization. Please note that there are limits on what types of positions are available for academic credit. The availability of credit depends on the projects the intern will be working on and the approval of a faculty in internship class (or by special permission a faculty sponsor).
To apply: To learn more, visit www.krownlab.com and www.stefan-andren.com
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