Digital Art Director

Company Name:
We have several openings for Digital Art Directors for our client based in New Jersey.
Do you have a deep knowledge & passion for design, typography, motion, interaction and all things technology-related? Do you excel at guiding clients through the creative process and working with production designers to ensure on-time & on-budget delivery? Do you have a portfolio that demonstrates all of the above? If so, our client would like to hear from you.
Your Mission:
The Interactive Art Director is responsible for leading the design of interactive creative solutions across the online, mobile and social channels. This role will assist with all areas of business including client projects, new business development efforts and internal branding, and will provide senior-level design insights, best practices and creative inspiration to help take our team & work to the next level.
What You?ll Do as an Interactive Art Director
Concept, design, revise and deliver innovative and effective creative solutions for the online, mobile and social media channels.
Provide senior-level design insights, best practices and creative inspiration to our Creative team to further the development of our design capability and help take our work to the next level.
Assist with internal design projects and New Business Development creative needs.
Proactively assess our client?s creative & digital offerings, and suggest improvements to meet their business needs.
Adhere to project timelines and effectively communicate project status to internal partners.
Provide quality control on all completed projects to ensure design quality and production accuracy.
Manage your assigned projects and maintain project data in our project management system.

Bachelor?s degree in visual communications or equivalent
Advertising and digital design portfolio or website equivalent
Proficiency within Adobe Creative Suite.
Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and Video Production highly desired
Please send resume & link to your portfolio to

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