Digital First Media

  • Newspaper Designer

    Job Locations US-CO-Boulder
    Posted Date 5 days ago(11/8/2018 2:12 PM)
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    Digital First Media is the parent company for Prairie Mountain Media and Adtaxi and owns and operates over 90 brands and publications nationwide.


    Additionally, through The Boulder Daily Camera we offer local news and information web sites and mobile apps offering rich multimedia experiences across the nation.


    Leveraging the belief that people matter as much as technology, our suite of products including Adtaxi helps advertisers solve complex marketing challenges with custom, performance-driven solutions. #DigitalFirstMedia #Associate



    Digital First Media's design hub in Boulder, Colorado, is potentially expanding.


    If you would like to be considered for futurer experienced News, Features and Sports Designers, read on.


    This is a fantastic time to join our team. The Denver area is booming and you'll be at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, steps from world-class outdoor recreation, an easy drive from some of the world's best skiing and near a metro area with anything you could want (music, arts, pro sports, college sports and the list goes on).



    We're a match if you have newspaper experience and a strong portfolio. Recent college grads with relevant internships and a deep portfolio are also welcome. You have a deep understanding of page design, layout and typography, a creative flair for headlines and a good knowledge of grammar, punctuation and AP style. You enjoy working as part of a collaborative, creative team and have great people and customer-service skills, even under deadline pressure.


    • Bachelor's Degree
    • Successful candidates thrive in a creative, fast-paced, deadline-driven environment
    • Work schedule is mostly evenings with some weekend hours and some holidays



    Only applications with a page design portfolio will be considered.


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