Manifest LLC

  • Senior Art Director

    Job Locations US-MO-St. Louis
    Posted Date 2 months ago(10/4/2018 10:04 AM)
    # of Openings
    Content & Creative
  • Overview

    Manifest is on the hunt for a Senior Art Director in St. Louis. In this role, you’ll be responsible for creating and communicating concepts, implementing marketing strategies, and developing interactive design solutions—from website designs to campaigns, and any other innovative means to solve our clients’ problems. Our creativity must challenge the status quo and break through the vanilla wall. Think big. Notice small. Own it all.


    • Think conceptually and enacts visually. A true maverick of visual communication.
    • Push the envelope without ever losing sight of strategy.
    • Care about big ideas as much as pretty fonts.
    • Develop ideas that deliver value to an assortment of current and prospective clients.
    • Be savvy in designing everything from websites and apps to print publications.
    • Assemble style guides as needed to guide creative visions for projects.
    • Collaborate with UX, photographers, illustrators, content writers and more with grace and ease.
    • Take pride in going the extra mile to make something killer.
    • Be creative, conceptual, clever, courageous and consistent.
    • Don’t be a total dork in front of clients. (Partial dorks will be considered.)
    • Read emails, meet deadlines, hang out, kick ass, take names and don’t eat all of the good snacks.


    • 6-9 years of experience design and art direction experience, primarily in digital marketing
    • Expert-level application of 21st century art direction tools. (We’re talking the Adobe Creative Suite and beyond.)
    • Portfolio of innovative work across platforms and impeccable design.
    • Creative awards a plus.
    • Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing, Advertising, Art or a related field

    Manifest is an equal opportunity employer. Manifest does not sponsor employment visas. 


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