Digital Art Director,

New York
Jan 24, 2014
Feb 23, 2014
Ms. Alli Elfenbein
Full Time
The Digital Art Director will be responsible for overseeing all design aspects of as well as creating and delivering an innovative, user-friendly interface that is consistent with the sophisticated design of the print version of Rolling Stone. The ideal candidate must have extensive design experience, a dynamic vision of the current digital universe, and the ability to translate editorial concepts into exciting designs that reflect the Rolling Stone brand. The Digital Art Director will be a team player with the ability to meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment, come up with alternative solutions on the fly, and take an idea and run with it.


•Maintain all brand guidelines and visual styles used on Rolling Stone and online marketing campaigns to ensure consistency in the brand’s online presence
•Collaborate directly with the Rolling Stone editorial team to conceive and execute design projects on tight deadlines
•Responsible for aligning creative concept with technical specifications
•Design ongoing website updates (special features, new promotions, etc)


•7+ years experience in online design, including work on highly trafficked websites, as well as experience in magazine design
•Strong conceptual design and typographic skills and the ability to maintain high standards
•Motion graphics and/or animation experience desirable
•Ability to work collaboratively across disciplines and departments
•Demonstrated understanding of user-centered design, web usability principles, information architecture, capabilities of different platforms/browsers, design constraints on the web
•Strong knowledge of CSS and expert in design software such as Adobe Creative Suite and Flash
•Ability to work independently, manage multiple projects and meet deadlines
•Exceptional organizational and analytic skills
•Excellent communication skills
•Strong people, presentation and time management skills


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