Design Intern Spring/Summer 2018
Role: Production Designer for Audience Engagement Department
What you’ll do: Once our videos are made, there’s still a lot to do to get the word out to our audience. Production projects range from creating promotional posts for social media, mocking up a new page on our website, and formatting the TBP Quarterly –– our print publication for supporters. As a production designer, you’ll be tasked with creating new print and digital media that fits within our existing brand.
Who you’ll work with: You’ll be a part of the Audience Engagement team, and Matthew — our Brand Designer — will be guiding you as you work on your projects. He will be your guy for feedback on your work, tips on designing within the constraints of brand guidelines, and endless podcast recommendations.
Why it’ll be awesome: In addition to real-world experience working within an established brand, this internship will push you to engage with the bigger conversations in the design industry. Plus, there’s always something happening around here (we take birthdays very seriously).
Create social media posts (images only, no writing)
Layout posters and brochures
Assist in editorial design for TBP Quarterly
Create thumbnails for YouTube
Create graphics for email newsletters
Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
1-2 yrs experience in professional or personal design
Located in Portland metro area
Experience in branding, video, and photography
Experience in UX/UI design
Laptop you can work on
Hours and Compensation
20 hours per week, $14 per hour for three months (with an option to extend, to be evaluated at 90 days).
We have lunch every Monday as a team, usually catered by one of Portland’s excellent restaurants. We have a well-stocked kitchen and pantry for staff. There’s an indoor basketball court in the same building, so there’s usually a game to join in on. At the end of each month, we celebrate the work of the studio with another catered meal and a party.
Email email@example.com with the subject “Design Internship” and attach 3-5 samples of your work (or link to your site), a resume, any questions you may have, and a paragraph or two about you favorite typeface (what it is and why) and your least favorite thing about photoshop.