Visual Interaction Designer- Detroit.

Title: Visual Interaction Designer- Detroit.
Source: MyJobHelper
Category: Advertising/ Marketing/ Public Relations, Long-Term
Posted On: 2015-03-20T07:27:12.000-04:00
Company Description: We have a simple philosophy at Vitamin T: to personally place the best creative talent in the best jobs for the best companies. Since we are massively nerdy fans of creative, this sort of thing comes naturally to us, which means as a client, you get hand-picked talent perfectly suited to your job, and as talent, you get freelance work that doesn't make you want to wash your eyes out with hand sanitizer. Win-win!

Vitamin T is a division of Aquent. Visit us at

Job Description:

Vitamin T is currently in search of a Visual Interaction Designer for our client in Metro Detroit. This is a long-term opportunity! This role presents an opportunity for a skilled Interaction Designer with Mobility experience to grow at the heart of a rapidly expanding global UX and Mobility team. As a key team member, you will be central to the design of groundbreaking, experience-driven mobility projects. Prototyping and production skills are essential, as is a passion for design and a point of view about your work. The right candidate will have the opportunity for career progression as the department grows to handle an increasingly broad range of work, from multi-platform interactive to animation - even influencing the product development of future automotive products.. Apply now!
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