So, why do I love working at Logos? Two reasons: the variety of my day-to-day responsibilities, and my coworkers’ extreme awesomeness.
A wide spectrum of responsibilities
I started in Logos’ design and video department, and recently moved to the video team as a motion graphic artist. Over the last few months, I’ve illustrated, animated for both web and video, storyboarded, created props, written scripts, directed, edited, scored, and even acted. Thanks to all these opportunities to create high-level, meaningful work, my job stays challenging and fun.
Plus, I get access to the best technology: I use Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, Edge Animate, and Fireworks daily on projects like illustrated Verses of the Day, webpage designs, ad campaigns across Logos’ brands, marketing collateral (e.g., for the Logos 5 redesign and launch), and HTML5 web animation. On video projects—Verse of the Day animations, product videos, Bible Screen ads, etc.—I’m using Adobe’s After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop, Screenflow, and Final Cut Pro.
Tight collaboration, talented people
Bringing each project from concept to implementation can be a long process—one that involves lots of people. I usually meet early on with the marketing project manager, brainstorm and review marker comps, scripts, or storyboards with other designers and videographers and our art director, present our chosen design to marketing managers and company executives, take a quick ping-pong break, and then work to bring those concepts to market.
It can feel like two steps forward, one step back, but it’s that distilling process that allows us to deliver the best work.
To sum it all up, I love my job because we get to make stuff like this:
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