Design Intern

New York City

Hello there, young digital designer.

Nice to meet you, finally. We've heard such good things. Everybody says you’re nice to people. That you work hard. That you don’t settle. That you make every pixel count. That you try to improve with every project. That you deliver on time. That you have your own voice but you’re eager to learn. That you’re not afraid to ask for help when you need it.

They say that when it comes to visuals and UX you’re not just “passionate” – you’re, like, passionate. And that your attitude isn’t just good – it’s the best. (Kind of like Robin, one of our old interns, who, by the way, said “I never felt like an intern. I was a junior designer surrounded by amazing designers.”)

That's why we'd like you to think about coming to work with us. We are good people, and we have some pretty fantastic clients and projects for you to hone your skills on.

Want some bullet points? Here we go.

You must:

  • Like working, be curious and hungry to learn.
  • pay attention to detail;
  • Be good at talking and listening.
  • Know how to use Sketch, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
  • Have at least one design internship under your belt already (preferably more, but hey).
  • Have 4-6 consecutive months to spend with us in what is possibly the greatest city on the planet, New York.
  • Have a valid U.S. work visa.

It would also be nice if you:

  • Had some experience as a freelancer.
  • Knew your way around AfterEffects, Framer, Principle, and Cinema4D.

Last but not least:

  • This internship is paid — duh.
  • You don't need to be a design student or have formal design schooling. We’re always looking for people from different backgrounds and with different points of view.

So don’t just sit there. Go ahead and fill out that form at the bottom of this page. Nothing bad will happen.

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Our beautiful little corner of Soho is packed with cafés, bulging with restaurants, overflowing with shops, and teeming with creative people. Why do you think we moved here?


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No need to be formal. Just send us your links and we’ll be in touch.