Los Angeles design job, remote infographics work

Los Angeles based Internet Brands Inc. is currently seeking a creative individual who has experience in designing visually compelling infographics. You will collaborate with our content team to develop cutting edge visualizations in a variety of different styles. We're looking for someone who can take a boring topic, spin it in a completely original way, and breathe life into it through innovative design.

This is a great opportunity to work on a variety of our leading websites and create graphics for everything from general informational pieces, data visualizations, and flowcharts to light topical pieces on subjects like "The Best Video Streaming Services Explained," "What Your Ice Cream Choices Say About You," and "How To Outfit the Ultimate Bachelor Pad."

*Demonstrated excellence in infographic design and data visualization.
*Proficiency in Adobe Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop.
*Outside the box thinker who can present stale information in new, exciting ways.
*Ability to meet tight deadlines, and take direction well, as well as bring new ideas to the table.

Please submit your resume with a link to your portfolio or attached infographic samples to ibpub@internetbrands.com. Only candidates who have previously existing infographic designs will be considered.

This is a freelance contract role on an as needed basis. Pay will vary based on the complexity of the project, but will average $20/hr with the typical design requiring 10-20 hours of work.

About Us:
Headquartered in El Segundo, Calif., Internet Brands (www.internetbrands.com) is a new media company that operates online media, community, and e-commerce websites in vertical markets. The company also develops and licenses Internet software and social media applications. In its Consumer Internet Division, Internet Brands owns and operates more than 200 principal websites in seven categories. The company currently attracts, on average, more than 80 million unique visitors per month viewing 715 million pages, with 97% of the network's audience originating from organic, non-paid sources.