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Production Designer - Architectural Signage/Branding/Graphics

Ware Malcomb has an exciting opportunity for a Production Designer in the Branding group in our New York City office!

 

Production Designers support the branding team in all phases of the signage and branded graphic design process, from conceptual design through implementation. Under the direction of the Project Designer, the primary focus of this role will be to prepare design intent drawing packages for a wide range of fast paced projects. These deliverables will include bid document level drawing details such as sign location programming, scale, dimensions, face layouts, message schedules, material/finish specifications and fabrication/section details.

 

The Production Designer will also assist with the research and analysis of City/County/State/Federal code information as it relates to interior and exterior signage. The Production Designer will coordinate directly with sign fabricators and graphic vendors to bring our projects to life.

  

Production Designer Requirements:

  • 5+ years of experience working in an experiential/environmental design firm or sign fabrication shop
  • Graphic Design degree or equivalent in Experiential/Environmental Graphic Design
  • Experience in Adobe Suite (Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop) & Microsoft Office is required
  • Additional experience in HTML/CSS, SketchUp, Sign Design, & Marketing a plus
  • Experience in Signage Design & Fabrication Level details
  • Experience in City/County/State/Federal Code Procurement
  • Ability to work well in a collaborative team environment
  • Strong communication skills

Ware Malcomb is an award winning international design firm offering integrated services to clients throughout the world. Founded in 1972, Ware Malcomb offers architecture, planning, interior design, civil engineering, branding and sustainable design services to a diverse client base. Our portfolio includes office, industrial, build-to-suit, manufacturing, retail, restaurant, hospitality, auto and renovations.

Ware Malcomb provides the best of both worlds; a small office supportive and nurturing work environment coupled with the resources, amenities, and opportunities afforded by a large International Design firm.

 

Ware Malcomb offers a whole life balance, health-focused company culture, competitive salary and overall benefits package along with an excellent opportunity for professional growth.

Ware Malcomb is recognized as an Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private company and a Hot Firm and Best Firm to Work For by Zweig Group!

 

 

 

 

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