Push Seeks Digital Design Intern

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Push is an award-winning, full-service branding agency located in Downtown Orlando. Push’s capabilities cover everything from advertising and public relations, to research, brand planning, promotions, media buying and interactive design. A dynamic and growing agency, Push focuses on developing strategic, creative and influential work for a variety of more than 30 regional, national and international clients. Push builds brands by bringing creativity and innovation to every client campaign by combining experience with a unique and collaborative culture.

Job Title:Digital Design InternCompany Name: Push.

Start Date for position: Summer

Position Type: Internship

Compensation: Unpaid (Interns receive $7/day for lunch.)

Location: At Push in Orlando, FL

Relocation: No, local candidates only

Skills and Software Knowledge: 
*Required: Proficiency in Photoshop, strong typography and composition skills and an interest in web design, user experience and emerging technologies and trends.

*Pluses: Experience in web design, design internships in the past, portfolio of work.

Description: On a typical day duties would include designing for web and mobile, editing photos, making icons and generally having a wonderful time. This internship will not only give you chance to work with an award winning team, you will also walk away with great portfolio pieces and a more finely tuned skill set. The intern would work closely with the Interactive Art Director and assist in web design production.

Applicants should be at a Junior level or above and ideally available for 10-15 hours a week.

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  • Posted: May 13, 2013 04:22

    Nico Guidicessi

    The company Push is exactly the type of opportunity I hope to arise for myself in the near future. Hopefully, I will be able to seize such an opportunity while furthering my education at the University of Central Florida. I am not positive if UCF requires internship for graduation from its program. Furthermore, I do not know at what point of the program this internship would be required. Regardless, I am determined to pursue an internship while completing my degree to get a taste of the real world of Graphic Design. In fact, I am planning to bookmark this valencia graphics blog to research future opportunities in the next couple years. A company like Push would be a wonderful opportunity to further my portfolio and get hands-on experience. Thank you for posting this Kristy.