Senior Graphic Designer

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Sr. Graphic Designer Lisle, IL Contract Opportunity
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Summary: This position is responsible for advocating the company's global brand, marketing message and information hierarchy through the use of digital and traditional design for brand design, collateral and campaign efforts.
Major Job Duties:
Create design artifacts (high-fidelity mockups, icons, colors, typography, design patterns) for one or more products. Provide HTML/CSS code snippets for the UI elements envisioned in the UI Work closely with the UX Architect as well as UI Developers to bring the UI mockups to fruition. Design, develop and implement collateral and campaigns which follow the company's brand and user standards. Graphics include print/digital collateral, web comps and designs, inline images and campaign graphics. Direct production resources, business owners and third-party agencies towards a consistent look, feel and brand for the website. Ensure websites follow company standards for graphical design and make recommendations for change as necessary. Develop new and adjust existing visual/branding/interaction style guideline standards for the company's branding. Develop, implement and administer graphic design policies, procedures and approaches to help ensure consistent and efficient application of the company's global brand. Serve as internal subject matter contact to client areas.
Bachelor's Degree or global equivalent in Graphic Arts, Visual Communication or related field; Masters degree or global equivalent preferred 3 - 4 years of experience in visual design or graphical user interface design Customer focus required Fluency with the following graphic applications Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Dreamweaver and Flash and others that might be universally used in the industry Understanding AJAX, JQuery, HTML5, and other web technologies required Excellent portfolio of work required Previous experience working in the enterprise domain a big plus Experience working with monitoring dashboards, reporting etc. preferred Agile/Scrum experience desired Portfolio a must. Strong campaign and brand design skills Strong grasp of integrated campaigns that leverage traditional and digital channels Understanding of how to contribute to organization success Ability to proactively seek and willingly share leading-edge ideas and best practices for group Ability to understand and act with appropriate level of urgency as situations demand Ability to balance priorities to accomplish critical goals Effective communicator at all levels of the organization Demonstrated thoroughness in all aspect of work performed with appropriate levels of independence and discretion Ability to complete assigned project tasks on time and in quality fashion Ability to recognize implications of, and prioritize tasks effectively Anticipate problems and takes corrective action where possible Ability to actively effect organization change efforts Self-starter, taking on challenging assignments enthusiastically Drive to aggressively expand own functional knowledge and expertise
CompuCom supports Employment Equity and Diversity Dallas-based CompuCom Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of end-user enablement, service experience management, and cloud technology services to Fortune 1000 companies. CompuCom partners with enterprises to develop smarter ways they can work, grow and produce value for their business. Founded in 1987, privately held CompuCom has approximately 11,500 associates and supports more than 4 million end users in North America.

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