Visual Designer

We’re looking for a marketing-oriented visual designer to help shape our brand and support the creation of mission-critical marketing and sales materials. You’ll work closely with our VP Marketing and Sales, Ryan Peterson; Design Lead, Kris Puckett; and Content Lead, Shayna Hodkin, on a wide variety of projects. This is a contract role (20-30 hours per week) with the potential to become a full-time position.


What you’ll do

  • Help shape and extend our visual identity and brand guidelines
  • Build and maintain a library of brand assets and resources
  • Design key communication materials and assets (web pages, slides, one-pagers, blog images, ads, email, iconography, etc) for a variety of mediums


What you’ll bring

  • A portfolio showcasing marketing and branding work—extra points for explanations of the projects, your role, and your process
  • Proven experience in branding, graphic design, typography, and/or marketing design
  • Familiarity with adapting product principles and imagery to marketing material
  • Up-to-date knowledge of design principles, best practices, and tools (we use Figma)
  • Comfort collaborating with multiple stakeholders across a wide range of disciplines, including marketing, sales, customer support, and product
  • A remote-first attitude—we’re fully remote without a main office


About Knapsack

At Knapsack, everything we do is steeped in the principles and practices of modularity, reusability, and component-driven software design and development. We dig into every opportunity, every challenge, every conversation with our principles top of mind:

  • Transparency: Operate with openness, communication, and accountability
  • Mindfulness: Make specific and intentional choices, and be present in the moment
  • Solution-minded: Appreciate challenges and work together to solve them, iterate often
  • Co-ownership: Use our voices, drive, and experiences to find ways to improve
  • Everyone matters: Diverse opinions and perspectives lead to better outcomes

 Feel free to reach out to existing teammates on LinkedIn or Twitter to hear more about the role and culture before applying.

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