We expect a Designer II to work on projects from the ground up, with an in-depth knowledge about the latest design trends and technologies.
Designers at Disney are creative problem solvers who look to collaborate inclusively throughout the design process to craft exceptional creative work. The Graphic Design discipline is within our Creative team in Design Services. This team delivers creative content that goes into 10+ unique brands and 90+ consumer- facing websites/apps as well as hundreds of enterprise products. We expect a Designer II to work on projects from the ground up, with an in-depth knowledge about the latest design trends and technologies. S/he is passionate about creating best-in-craft creative using strong skills in branding, typography, color, iconography, and/or illustration skills.
- You will define creative content for app and web experiences for consumer and enterprise products
- You will collaborate with a diverse set of partners, including creative partners like graphic designers, motion designers, and content designers
- You will work closely with teammates to produce designs from sketch to final, perfected content
- You will present design work to stakeholders and partners
- As an applicant to this role, we ask that your portfolio demonstrates:
- Bachelor’s Degree
- 2 - 3 years of relevant industry experience
- You have strong experience in strategic and conceptual graphic design, spanning branding, typography, color, iconography, and/or illustration
- You have a strong understanding of brand guidelines and best practices in graphic design
- You are a self-motivated, problem solver
- You are hungry for innovation, eager to challenge the status quo
- You have an interest in and aptitude for learning new technologies and design skills
- You have a strong work ethic, are reliable, adaptable, and work well with others
- You have the ability to design within brand guides and contribute to design language
- You have strong knowledge of design tools such as Figma, Sketch, and Adobe Creative Suite
This role is considered hybrid, which means the employee will work a portion of their time on-site from a Company designated location and the remainder of their time remotely.