ARTICLE: “Timely and Timeless” – The Design of Charles S. Anderson


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One of the best parts about recruiting judges for the Regional Design Annual: Getting a chance to browse their brilliant archives—in this case, the work of team CSA Design. Today, third in a series of six judge profiles, we bring you Charles S. Anderson, who will be judging the Midwest region of the RDA this year.


NEWS: Alumnus Esther Longmore featured on


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Alumnus Esther Longmore was interviewed and featured on, conversing from everything to personal design style to the marketing tactics for her company. In her interview she states the following when asked what her number one tip to creatives was…

You’re going to have days when you feel like you’re not good enough and days you want to give up. No matter what, keep pushing yourself, be eager to learn, and pick yourself up when you fall. Many of your successes will be small and a few may even be huge, but there’s no substitute for the feeling you get when they come to fruition.

Check out her interview using the link above – thanks for the words of wisdom Esther!

OPPORTUNITY: Production Designer

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Date: February 17, 2015
Job Title: Production Designer
Location: Main Library (210 E 400 S)
Reports to: Senior Designer
Manager: Lauren Huber
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt
Closing Date: February 27, 2015

About the Library:

The City Library offers services, information resources, programs, and events to all members of the community. Staff serve the community at Library and outreach locations and are committed to advancing knowledge, fostering creativity, encouraging the exchanging of ideas, building community, and enhancing the community’s quality of life.
About the Position:

Promoting the Library’s programs, events, goals, plans, and achievements is a central component to our success. As a City Library Production Designer, you will support the Communications Team through the design and production of print and digital collateral while maintaining the Library’s brand.

Primary Responsibilities:

• Layout and produce brand-appropriate collateral. Support Senior Designer through layout and production of compelling print and digital collateral. Generate materials that fit within the Library’s brand and effectively promote programs and events.
• Contribute to design solutions. Assist in creating and executing innovative and thoughtful design solutions to communication challenges.
• Be self-sufficient and able to work in team. Work independently and in collaboration with the
Senior Designer and Communications Team.
• Manage time and tasks effectively. Balance tasks across multiple projects and deadlines–
maintaining accuracy and attention to detail while meeting stated due dates.
• Build and maintain working relationships. Foster good working relationships with diverse
people including other staff. Accept assignments from supervisor, manager, or other Library staff in a professional and timely manner.
• Perform other duties as assigned or required.

• 1–2 years of post-secondary education in graphic design and 1–3 years’ professional experience
in graphic design OR equivalent combination of education and experience.
• Highly skilled in Adobe Creative Cloud, specifically InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, and Acrobat.
• Knowledge of digital and print production processes and file preparation.
• Fluency and experience in layout, color theory, and typography.
• Ability to creatively incorporate stock imagery.
• Fluent in both Mac and PC environments.
• Excellent communication and organizational skills.
• Ability to take direction and incorporate constructive feedback.
Preferred Qualifications:

• Graduated from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree in graphic design or related field OR equivalent experience.

• Experience in print and mail bidding to safeguard Library resources.
• Spanish language skills or foreign language skills.

OPPORTUNITY: Design/Programmer Intern

Avalaunch Media needs a Design/Programmer Intern

The PPC team is looking at hiring a part-time designer/programmer to work on landing page creation and testing.

•       Web design – to design the pages
•       Web development/programming – to code the pages
•       Basic marketing skills – we’d have them do a/b testing on our pages (with our help of course)

Contact Luke Alley:

NEWS: Obake Style featured in Gavin’s Underground / Culture


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One of the standout local names from the last Comic Con was Obake Style, featuring prints and jewelry themed around monsters and Japanese culture, with an array of other items as they’ve branched out into pop-culture. Today we chat with Nick Burke and Magen Mitchell, the married duo behind the artistic company, about how they got started and where they intend to take their works.

OPPORTUNITY: Graphic Designer

Mention Peterson Timothy when applying.

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Looking to build your design portfolio? Interested in gaining experience working on two of the highest profile brands in the state? You’re in luck. The Utah Jazz and Salt Lake Bees are searching for a talented graphic designer for its in-house design team to develop game, sales and marketing materials.

Peterson S. Timothy

mobile: 801.879.0812

OPPORTUNITY: Entry Level Graphic Designer

Full Time Temp Position (part-time negotiable)
Mon – Fri from 9 to 5
Pay depends on experience

• Able to work within the established company brand to create graphics for packaging, signage, custom wraps, catalogs and other marketing materials, etc.

• Output graphics to large-format printers, plotters, etc. (in-house setup.)

• Able to take direction and operate pretty much independently.

• Ordering materials and supplies as needed.


Cyndee Ludington
Elwood Staffing
(801) 891-5519


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