Urban Outfitters Temporary Print Designer
A lifestyle retailer dedicated to inspiring customers through a unique combination of product, creativity, and cultural understanding. Founded in 1970 in a small space across the street from the University of Pennsylvania, Urban Outfitters now operates over 200 stores in the United States, Canada and Europe, offering experiential retail environments and a well-curated mix of women’s, men’s, accessories and home product assortments.
TitlePrint Designer Women’s apparel
OverviewThe Print Designer is responsible for assisting in the creation and execution of all women’s apparel prints for the Urban Outfitters brand. This position requires a strong collaborative and explorative designer, with a hands-on approach to support multiple creative projects.
This role focuses on creation, development, preparation, and execution of a wide variety of apparel prints. Projects include original art creation, vintage CAD, color multiplying, repeat prints.
The Print Designer should have a great understanding of Adobe creative suite, as well as familiarity with print best practices. Additionally, candidates should possess a passion for current and future trends in design and fashion.
- Create original artwork, CAD and color seasonal print collections.
- Anticipate and participate by seeking opportunities, researching, being thoughtful to design trends and concepts, and helping expand the UO design point of view.
- Facilitate and promote collaboration with frequent and open communication.
- Utilize time management skills and organize files in a clean sharable manner.
- Assist in file preparation, file hand-off, setting up presentations and work for reviews and other print collection requirements.
- Present ideas with clear communication of intention, offering several solutions.
- Work with team leads and project management to communicate project status and maintain priorities.
- Participate in a 5 day in-person work week to gain familiarity with brand, position, and team.
The above information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.