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Sr. Visual Designer – eCommerce Implementations

  • Location

    Philadelphia

  • Type

    Full-Time Job

  • Category

    UX / Design

Senior Visual Designers are talented, driven people with a passion for crafting groundbreaking work and a commitment to solving problems collaboratively for our clients. At WebLinc, you are in the trenches with project teams, but will also keep your eyes on our client’s overall brand, business, and project goals. You’ll be hands-on at every stage of the project lifecycle, from brainstorming creative concepts with the team, developing original design solutions, and leading creative presentations, all the way to launch.
WebLinc is a collaborative work environment, so a Senior Visual Designer needs to collaborate across disciplines on a daily basis, all while maintaining high standards for original concepts and detailed execution. This is an opportunity to define and shape how people shop online, and a passion for doing this is critical.

You will…

  • Conceptualize, craft, and present design solutions to achieve user-centered goals.
  • Interface directly with clients and lead creative presentations with project stakeholders.
  • Collaborate with multidisciplinary teams to produce deliverables that meet project goals and client expectations.
  • Clearly communicate work and how it achieves project and/or business objectives.
  • Take an iterative approach to design while being collaborative and open to critiques from team members and clients.
  • Plan, scope, and estimate project requirements with team members and produce deliverables on time and on budget.
  • Mentor junior designers to develop their skills.
  • Demonstrate high standards of craftsmanship, attention to detail, and adherence to company process and industry best practice.
  • Manage creative tasks across multiple projects, teams, and clients.
  • Contribute to our sales and marketing efforts.
  • Help shape the commerce industry by being innovative and up-to-date on design trends.

See requirements and more when you apply!

About Us

If there’s one street in Philadelphia that inspires creativity and collaboration, it’s N3rd Street in Old City. Home to two out of three WebLinc offices and former property owner Ben Franklin himself, it’s become an industrial campus linking the ecommerce shop to the heart of Philly’s tech community.

WebLinc is growing. On average, WebLinc has three to six open job opportunities each quarter, but maintaining the unique company culture is a top priority. A new buddy system pairs fresh hires with other employees to quickly get acclimated to the organization (and to ensure they don’t get lost in the multitude of Old City lunch options). Bike commuters are a big group at WebLinc; less than nine of its 130 employees in Philadelphia drive to work. When employees do decide to hop in the car, it’s usually to bring their four-legged — sometimes three-legged — friends to work.

There’s also a universal understanding at WebLinc that if you’re looking for something to do after work, there’s likely someone ready to join. You can find staff redeeming discounted perks at the area’s unofficial tech cafeteria, National Mechanics — dubbed WebLinc’s “fourth office” downstairs. It’s used for both business (meetings and interviews sometimes happen here) and pleasure (a round of Quizzo and happy hour, anyone?). Not interested in bar hangs? Join an organized craft night or axe throwing team (yes, that’s a real thing).

As its headcount steadily grows, WebLinc remains a loyal partner to its staff and retail clients. Good partnerships are a must. Each new client gets a dedicated implementation team, and team leads develop that relationship based on open communication and collaboration. Everyone knows their impact on the thriving business, is aware of how the company is performing and enjoys themselves along the way.

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