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Junior Graphic Designer

Who We Are

At True Fit, we believe when it comes to fashion, it’s all about the details.

True Fit’s personalization platform is strategically leveraged by 250+ global retail sites, representing 17,000 brands and over 100 million registered users. Since 2010, we have raised $100M from top-tier venture capitalists and built the world’s largest data collective connecting consumers with apparel and footwear they will love and keep.

True Fit, named a Top Place to Work, is looking for a Junior Graphic Designer to work full time in our Boston office. The Junior Graphic Designer will report to our Creative Design Manager.

Role Overview

True Fit is seeking an energetic, motivated, and detail oriented Junior Graphic Designer to join our impressive Creative team. Our Creative team is comprised of a dynamic group of skilled designers responsible for overseeing our brand & voice, marketing collateral, customer experiences, and more. The ideal candidate will need to be quick on their feet with instructions and tasks, with a portfolio demonstrating high attention to detail and an aesthetic which aligns with that of True Fit and our global network of fashion brands & retailers.

Please provide a link to your portfolio or other digital format of your work. Applications without a portfolio will not be considered.

Key Responsibilities

  • Create exceptional and engaging marketing graphics for print and digital campaigns, including but not limited to: landing pages, web banners, marketing emails, blog posts and social media support
  • Collaborate with Creative team members as well as our Marketing team to create compelling blog and social media content
  • Work with our global Sales team to support multi-lingual collateral in print and digital mediums
  • Assist in supporting creative deliverables for marketing events and tradeshows
  • Innovate and contribute to help grow our social media presence
  • Proactively research & keep updated on design trends, new technology and marketing advancements
  • Ability to manage multiple projects at once, take feedback constructively and meet project deadlines

Desired Experience & Skills

  • BA or BFA in Graphic Design or equivalent
  • A Portfolio that demonstrates design, composition and typography skills
  • Full understanding of the digital landscape and upcoming trends
  • Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite programs, with advanced knowledge in Photoshop and Illustrator
  • Strong creative brainstorming and a willingness to learn new things
  • Positive thinking, collaborative team member with ability to work independently
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Impeccable values and integrity; no exceptions
  • Ability to wear many hats and change them often. We’re still a startup at heart and we all pitch in where we can

Preferred Qualifications

  • General understanding of standard front-end languages: HTML, CSS, Javascript
  • Experience in Sketch, Principle, Video Editing or Hubspot a plus
  • Familiarity with working in a CMS
  • Animation experience a plus

Why True Fit?

One size does not fit all in what you wear or your True Fit career. Everyone at True Fit has the opportunity to push their professional boundaries, while balancing personal ambitions.

Together we’ve built a tight-knit culture that’s reflected in our Glassdoor reviews;

“Great people, cool product … refreshing place to work …  everyone actually works together like a team, employees are all pro-active and genuinely take pride in their work… growth potential plus culture …  management is approachable, mindful of their people … opportunity to learn/work on new technology … you are an integral part of the success of the company… the work you are doing everyday really matters and makes a difference… managers provide autonomy and trust you … really innovative company, open to share ideas to make a better product…  great culture with the right vision.”

We believe that how we dress is an expression of who we are and the confidence we feel. As an EEO employer, we work to help all team members experience an inclusive, diverse and accepting work environment, so you can be True To You.

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