E-mail design / HTML coding (Work-from-home project)
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Brainstorm Creative Resources is supporting a large medical practice in Northern Virginia that is looking to engage a consultant graphic designer on an e-mail template design and development project. Basic HTML coding skill is required. Previous experience working with marketing automation platforms is preferred.
The initial project will include design and development of two messaging templates, each of which will be fine-tuned to appeal to four different user communities. The final deliverable will be eight e-mail templates. Our client is ready to kick-off this project as soon as we identify the right vendor.
We also expect that our client will have additional needs for e-mail design/development support over the next year, and it is likely that they will engage freelance designers on other projects as well.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE / SKILLS:
However, some projects that require a narrow, but not necessarily deep skillset could be an excellent fit for early or late-career individuals, who might command widely varying rates. We believe the current project fits this description. Therefore we are interested in receiving applications and inquiries from designers with varying levels of general experience and rate requirements, who meet the project-specific criteria outlined above. If you can clearly communicate your relevant experience and make a strong case for the value you offer at any rate, we will be glad to ask our client to consider you.
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