Contract Branding Designer

 Published 10 days ago
    
 United States
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Introduction to Chatterboxes

Chatterboxes, a team of experts and innovators within the pediatric speech-language pathology field, is seeking an exceptional brand designer to help take our visual identity assets to the next level. Our passionate group of superwomen could use your help in our efforts to improve the lives of children.  Over the last fourteen years we have consistently pioneered new business model innovations and we’re just getting started!

The Opportunity

We are seeking someone to work virtually on a contractual basis in a project based capacity.  In this role, you will initially work directly with our Leadership team to refine our existing visual identity assets.

Responsibilities

  • Refine our existing logo to create a high resolution version
  • Based on our existing color scheme, create a consistent color palette we can use in future branded assets including our website, print materials and digital efforts.
  • Guide us towards selecting a typography which aligns to our voice
  • Help to source brand imagery for us to use in future marketing content
  • Establish a set group of symbols for use as icons in marketing materials

Requirements

  • Strong portfolio of brand design and visual identity work solely created by you
  • Exceptional digital design skills

Benefits

Sleep well at night and be proud of your work by being a part of a team of women in a mission driven company changing the pediatric speech language pathology industry.  We are a neurodiversity affirming organization and proud to be an equal opportunity employer that believes in health, equity, equality, and prosperity for all so we can succeed in changing the way the pediatric speech language pathology industry works for both therapists and patients. 

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