Visual Design Intern

Come join the user experience team at Workiva! As a visual design intern, you will have the opportunity to learn and grow in a collaborative environment while helping to build our cloud-based Wdesk platform. Our goal is to create experiences that are not only visually appealing but also highly usable. We believe good design is rooted in a critical thought process.
This isn't your typical internship. At Workiva, you'll be able to see your ideas valued, and your work come to life. You'll be able to enjoy lunch at our farm-to-table restaurant, and snacks and sodas are on the house. When you need a change of pace, you can spend a few minutes in the game room or find a spot to work in the sunny atrium.
What You'll Do:
Build pixel-perfect vector versions of our UI components and interfaces.
Assist with building vector icons and preparing files for implementation.
Apply our visual style consistently to top-notch interactions.
Document precise dimensions, colors, and fonts used in mockups for developers building HTML5 and mobile applications.
Maintain a growing library of visual design assets.
Learn and grow with your new UX team friends.
What You'll Need:
A passion for design and great user experience. We truly love what we do.
Subpixel attention to detail. You should enjoy finessing minute design elements.
Good communication skills. You'll have a chance to participate in design critiques and discuss projects with interaction designers and developers.
Familiarity with basic web design principles. Basic HTML and CSS skills helpful.
Expert with Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop.
Bonus points: knowledge of After Effects and/or web animation prototyping tools. We design microinteractions and other web-based animations for our product.
A college junior or senior studying graphic design, visual communication, or a related discipline is preferred. You must be enrolled as a student for Fall 2016.
Applications without an online portfolio of work will not be considered.

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