Posted 10 months ago
Plato is a new type of design agency. We empower people to do what they love from anywhere in the world. Our vision is to blend the best of human creativity with the power of Machine Learning to reimagine collaboration with each other, and partnership with our clients.
We believe that if you hire talented folks, lead with trust, and give people the tools they need to succeed, then creativity will come. Our team is completely distributed, but we’re building new modes of operation together.
Our team leverages technology to collaborate because we want to, dives into deep work when we need to, and (every so often) connects in real life because we like to. With us, you get the opportunity to be curious and collaborate with passionate peers, without sacrificing autonomy or career ownership.
Plato is proud to be backed by Y Combinator and some of Silicon Valley’s best investors. Join us on our untraditional, inspiring journey.
Plato is looking for a wide range of experienced design thinkers to help us deliver interesting, useful design projects to our customers. As a freelance designer, you can be located anywhere and take on as many or as few projects as you’d like.
As a Graphic Designer in the Plato Creative Network, you’ll be responsible for communicating complex ideas through multimedia. Most projects will require designing information architecture, layouts, illustration, and make all other aesthetic decisions related to a project. Projects types include Slide Decks, One Pagers, Email Templates and Facebook Ads. You’ll be compensated based on the complexity of the project.
Ideal Graphic Designer candidates have a high quality bar, with a portfolio that displays a range of project types, aesthetics and use cases. You should have a track record of success delivering high quality work on schedule, and should enjoy collaborating as a part of a fast moving team. You must also have a “business fluent” level proficiency in written English.
If this sounds like you, fill out the application below to get started.