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Graphic Design Lead

Alton Lane is one of the fastest growing luxury brands in America. With our growing fleet of private showrooms across the country and industry-leading website, we offer an expansive clientele a best-in-class experience that combines the best of old world luxury and state-of-the-art technology.

Much of our early success we attribute to our team’s daily commitment to our three core values: Better Clothes. Better Value. Better Experience. By focusing on these three principles, we are quickly becoming the new standard in men’s custom clothing. To find out more about us, check out some of our press at

Alton Lane, like many successful startups, is both fast-paced and highly rewarding.  We look for our employees to take initiative, be creative, and seek ownership, and constantly be looking for ways to help our company improve and grow.

Digital marketing and customer acquisition is a huge focus for us in 2017.  We are looking to add a talented Graphic Designer to our team in Richmond, VA who has the experience and critical vision necessary to help push forward our digital marketing and content efforts.  You will play an integral role on the team and will be directly responsible for designing the key digital and physical brand elements. 

We want candidates who consider themselves storytellers capable of appealing to a customer’s head and heart.  Most of all, we are looking for someone who can help us create a holistic, comprehensive and cohesive set of visual assets applicable to all our paid and owned media both online and in-store.  


  • Customer acquisition campaign design
  • Design and produce campaign assets in line with company goals and overall brand aesthetic
  • Executions include but are not limited to display, print, email, video, social posts, and landing pages
  • Web design
  • Design and execute clean, elegant and responsive pages (primary, secondary and landing pages) for, all of which include excellent navigational structure and a cohesiveness that drives business goals
  • Create lightboxes, banners and update product shots seasonally
  • Marketing collateral
  • Design and create physical marketing materials for new city launches, events, partnerships and special programs
  • Coordinate with vendors to produce collateral and manage paper/print process
  • Photoshoot coordination
  • Help coordinate all elements of product and lifestyle shoots
  • Retouch images to prepare them for marketing uses
  • Develop needs lists prior to all photoshoots
  • Help setup and manage promotions
  • Contribute content and campaign ideas for marketing calendar


  • Minimum 2-3 years of experience in a graphic design or web design role
  • Possession of an online portfolio featuring their previous work
  • Competency in Adobe Creative Suite
  • Experience with choreographing photo shoots and managing and retouching assets
  • Good sense of layout and strong typography skills
  • Knowledge of and experience with responsive web design
  • Working knowledge of HTML and CSS a huge plus
  • Ability to adapt to new technology quickly and thoroughly
  • Excellent work ethic and can do attitude
  • Demonstrates excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Organizational skills and ability to juggle multiple projects at once are a must
  • A good sense of humor
  • Experience or interest in Menswear and/or Retail is a plus
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