BBG Is Hiring A Digital Designer/Art Director

Bright Bright Great Careers UI/UX

Bright Bright Great is hiring a Digital Designer & Art Director to join our team.

BBG is focused on brand strategy including user-experience, art direction, user interfaces, branding, and typography. Having digital work in your portfolio is important to us– our balance of digital to print is 70/30.


  • Contribute to all parts of the design process, from ideation and art direction to production design and development hand-off
  • Develop branding and voice for existing and new entities
  • Design digital experiences while considering the technological and physical constraints of the user
  • Develop user experiences and interactions for digital product
  • Create and implement unique visual language systems for client projects
  • Create sitemaps, user flows, and wireframes
  • Communicate with clients and incorporate their perspective while educating them on the design process
  • Review data from digital products (websites, email, applications) and make suggestions on improving the user experience and conversion rates
  • Think

About You:

  • You’re optimistic, friendly, and organized
  • You’re incredibly process-driven and detail-oriented
  • You understand the principles of good design, current trends and are aware of the best design and branding inspiration from around the world
  • You are passionate about designing stunning, usable experiences for screens, innovative layouts for print, and robust brand guidelines
  • You have illustration chops and are able to create illustrations, icons and convey information in a beautiful manner
  • You understand social media and can create engaging snippets for brand marketing
  • You feel comfortable communicating with clients
  • You find inspiration all around you– often from unexpected places
  • You are interested in pushing your skills forward and are open to exploring new techniques and mediums
  • You care about accessibility, responsive design, and best practices for web design
  • You are excited to work with a small team of designers, strategists, and developers
  • You have 1-4 years professional experience and formal training in design
  • You have experience with the Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch, and prototyping tools like InVision or Marvel


  • You have photography chops for both studio and on-site, or culture shoots.
  • You have motion graphic skills for animations, gifs and vignettes.

About You:

  • Clear Communicator
  • Detail Oriented
  • Thoughtful
  • Personable
  • Optimistic
  • Problem Solver
  • Client Facing Communication
  • Desire to Learn and Push Self

About Us:
BBG is a close-knit team of designers, developers and strategists who genuinely enjoy our time working together. We value diversity and empower all employees to have an active role in steering our team forward. We take our snacks and beverages seriously–we’re known for our summer happy hour parties, and we always have La Croix, Coke Zero, and cocktail/mocktail ingredients within reach.

Our office is dog-friendly as well as human-friendly!

How to Apply:
Send an email to with:

  • Subject line: 2018 Designer/Art Director
  • A brief introduction to yourself, highlighting relevant work experience
  • Why you are interested in this role at BBG
  • A link to live sites you’ve built, Git, etc. we need to view your actual code.

No recruiters. BBG is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted By
Jason Schwartz

Custom Typeface Design ATC Showpad

ATC Showpad ATC Arquette Custom Typeface & Licensing

Bright Bright Great and the Avondale Type Co. team collaborated on creating a unique custom cut of ATC’s highly popular ATC Arquette to create ATC Showpad, for Showpad, a Netherlands-based marketing and sales technology company.

“This was an important modification to an already excellent typeface to align more closely with corporate brand.” said Jason Schwartz, Operating Director.

ATC Showpad ATC Arquette Custom Typeface & Licensing


More importantly than the aesthetic change in various characters, the unique licensing created for Showpad allowed for global usage in an unlimited number of mediums, critical as the company continues to grow at an aggressive pace.

ATC Arquette, most popular sans serif typeface
Avondale Type Co., type foundry Chicago

About Showpad:

Sell the way buyers want to buy
Our mission is to empower sales and marketing to sell the way buyers want to buy. We deliver on this mission by providing training and coaching solutions that transform sellers into trusted advisors and by making it easy for sales and marketing teams to deliver the right content and the right experience to buyers. That way, buyers can buy smarter — and faster.

Custom Typeface Creation and Licensing

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Jason Schwartz

Dockers & WeWork Present: Always On Sessions

“Lucky for everyone I’ve been “always on” since 1979.”

— Jason Schwartz

Dockers and WeWork Always On Sessions

Our Creative Director Jason Schwartz will be speaking with an amazing panel at WeWork Wednesday Oct 10 with Dockers discussing Digital Marketing, Empathy, Authenticity and Change.

Tickets are free:

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Jason Schwartz

What Is The Important Facebook Pixel Update

Many of our clients (and probably a lot of you who ended up here organically) received an email from Facebook last week noting an “Important Facebook Pixel Update” coming this month.

The big question we’ve received is “what do I need to do to keep this working?”

Here’s the gist…

“On October 24, Facebook will begin offering businesses a first-party cookie option with the Facebook pixel. This change is in line with updates made by other online platforms, as use of first-party cookies for ads and site analytics is becoming the preferred approach by some browsers.

Businesses have long relied on cookies to serve ads to relevant audiences and understand visits to their sites. Up until now, Facebook has used its pixel — powered by third-party cookies — for website analytics, ad targeting, and ad measurement. This new option will also help advertisers, publishers, and developers continue to get accurate analytics about traffic to their websites.”

Here is Facebook’s Help Center Page regarding the cookie update:

This Facebook page has both the basics about your tracking pixel and steps for set-up, so hopefully this helps.

The quick answer is that if you have Google Tag Manager installed, you are able to make this pixel swap yourselves without contacting anyone else for help. If you have some sort of legacy tracking pixel, you should definitely update since you will be 2 major tracking updates behind in the Facebook ecosystem.

If you are unsure of how to set up Tag Manager and your tracking pixel, or need help confirming you are updated and will be tracking correctly, we are happy to help

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Jason Schwartz