Space 150 Careers

Study Space / August 22, 2019

Venice, CA


You have unlimited potential and the desire to live up to it. You are hungry to learn and take your skills to the next level. The fire inside of you to fly in the face of fear and destroy convention creates demand for yourself, our clients and space150. As a Junior Design Intern, you help develop breakthrough concepts and create visual solutions for integrated marketing campaigns. You collaborate with more experienced creatives who will guide your work through execution and launch. What you lack in experience, you make up for with your drive. You ask for nothing but you give everything. You have a head full of ideas and a heart full of courage. You see every assignment as an opportunity to showcase your considerable talent to make anything great.

  • Works with more senior staff to ensure that creative exceeds space150 and clients’ expectations
  • Creates and executes award-winning work that achieves clients’ objectives
  • Develops and implements designs according to creative direction from senior creative staff
  • Designs mood boards, comps (with and without wireframes), concept sketches, presentation decks and storyboards under direction of the project’s creative lead
  • Expands personal knowledge of design and current state-of-the-art techniques
  • Begins to understand digital best practices
  • Desire to learn and understand production process (e.g. optimizing graphics, compression settings and file size and image optimization)
  • Seeks out mentors and feedback in order to advance craft and career
  • 0-1 years of digital and/or graphic design experience
  • Strong creative portfolio
  • Ability to understand different visual styles/tones using latest creative software
  • Curiosity for new technologies and emerging trends
  • Highly responsible, collaborative and self-motivated
  • See opportunities and capitalize on them
  • Works enthusiastically, respectfully and collaboratively with other project team members, has a clear understanding of how a project team operates, their responsibilities throughout a project and what is expected in critiques and team meetings