Mobile Graphic Designers (FOXSports.com

14 Sep 2010 - 7:48pm
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foxjobs
2010

FOXSports.com
Mobile Graphic Designer

FOXSports.com is recruiting for a Mobile Designer to be responsible for coordinating and executing look & feel exploration, conceptual and visual development, and final execution of design directions. This position is located in Los Angeles, CA

Responsibilities:
• Create and maintain designs for an array of mobile devices.
• New product design: Create visual mockups and make user interface suggestions and improvements on the FOXSports.com mobile application.
• Create and maintain promotional web pages for mobile products.
• Design sponsored pages for sales, including but not limited to photo galleries, event pages, fantasy games, and gametrax products.
• Design accompanying promotional banners, e-mails, and billboard images
• Marketing: Create online campaigns for internal and partner product launches. Creation of flash banners, take-over graphics, landing pages, and print campaigns

Required:
• Art degree or other related degree. 5+ yrs experience
• English/Advanced; Good communicator, must work well with others
• Strong Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator a must. Flash, InDesign, (Actionscript is a huge plus).
• Must have a strong aesthetic sense.
• Good use of type and images.
• Basic HTML knowledge and web design experience.
• Must be a sports enthusiast
• Requires independent initiative to develop and execute projects.
• Candidate should be able to guide a project from start to finish with minor supervision, and be comfortable communicating with product leads to advise on information architecture and user interface considerations.
• Ability to work in limited resolution with strong UI and AI is required.
• Experience creating ad banner campaigns and marketing print materials is a must.
• The mobile designer must have experience designing with smart phone and tablet devices.

To apply please visit ww.foxcareers.com or email tanya.clare@fox.com
FOXSports.com is an equal opportunity employer.

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