- You love to design—the process, conversation, big ideas, mediums, tools, possibilities, and details.
Your process is guided by an insatiable curiosity. You are constantly searching for answers, instead of waiting for answers to find you.
You love to understand the people at the center of brands and experiences, placing humanity at the center of the design conversation.
You think and work in systems, identifying ideas and threads that tie ideas and experiences together.
You work across mediums to communicate your ideas—bringing your work to life through design explorations, experiments, and prototypes.
You embrace emerging channels, platforms, technologies, tools, and best practices— finding new and innovative ways to elevate your work.
You love to share and build upon your ideas, always looking for new ways to collaborate with your team and clients.
And, you come equipped with all of the skills and knowledge that we would expect within a well-rounded person—including solid communication skills, a strong grasp of the written word, and time and project management scruples.
Grammar designers all have proven experience, which is brought to life by tangible outcomes and examples. Their work is also informed by solid design fundamentals and a deep understanding of the design process.
Skills & Experience
- 2 to 4 years of design experience producing tangible work
An innate ability to understand and frame design challenges and opportunities
A proven track record collaborating within small teams to create work
The ability to empathize with an audience, user, or client
Evidence of systematic design thinking over the course of a project
Project and time management experience, across a range of projects
- A Bachelors or other applicable advanced degree
Grammar is an intimate brand strategy, design, and experience studio. Internally, we are collaborative, building upon and accelerating the work of individuals and teams. We prize people who love to receive and give constructive feedback, elevating great work.
Applicants will be considered after we receive an email of introduction, resume, and link to their online portfolio. If you can’t share work within your online portfolio, you can send us a link to a PDF that showcases your work. If you are a potential candidate, we will contact you directly regarding the next steps.
Apply at firstname.lastname@example.org.