Graphic Designer

Poetic Justice at MIT Media Lab

Poetic Justice at MIT Media Lab is a group of critical thinkers and makers researching social inequality across multiple fields, including social science, to develop artworks in sound, video, multimedia, sculpture and installation. We’ve been developing a series of participatory projects in which we collect audio and video recordings from the public and remix them into public multimedia artworks.

We’re looking for a Graphic Designer to help develop visual identities, websites, digital and printed educational/promotional materials for our projects ranging from public seminars to participatory artworks. Must be interested in research-based approaches as well as multilingual and respectful design principles.This role is a freelance remote position. However, preferably you’d be located in the NYC or Boston area.

Responsibilities
  • Develop visual identities for Poetic Justice in collaboration with Professor Ijeoma and PJ group members

  • Conceive a creative, coherent, and consistent visual strategy for PJ projects across media platforms (e.g., websites, apps, publications, social media)

  • Organize and manage visual assets for the PJ group, maintain metadata, and ensure uniform file specifications

Requirements
  • B.A. or M.F.A. in Graphic Design or related field; or equivalent work experience

  • At least 2-3 years of experience in graphic design

  • Advanced skillset in Adobe Creative Suite and/or alternative graphics programs

  • Ability to work on multiple design projects and timelines simultaneously, both independently and collaboratively

How to Apply

To apply, please send your resume and work samples to: pjg-jobs@media.mit.edu.

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Posted on July 12