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An Associate Designer helps in developing sketches on paper and in graphic design software. They usually are supervised by the junior staff and interns.

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Associate Designer Responsibilities

Here are examples of responsibilities from real associate designer resumes representing typical tasks they are likely to perform in their roles.

  • Create & manage PPC advertising campaigns and perform basic SEO maintenance to improve web traffic.
  • Develop marketing and brand awareness initiatives through social media outlets; create and manage company Facebook and Houzz profiles.
  • Design brochures, business card and marketing collateral materials
  • Complete projects in brand identity, traditional print advertisement, promotional materials, website development, and photo/video production.
  • Establish new grade rules in PLM.
  • Operate POS & other computerize cash registers.
  • Produce presentation materials that communicate the concept behind the line for buyers.
  • Work directly with designers and merchandisers to sustain the progression of product.
  • Update and organize office AutoCAD standards and implement SketchUp use in the office.
  • Source fabric and trim: woven and knits (domestic and import).
  • Work on illustrator sketches, add callouts adn keep track of PLM style status.
  • Conduct meetings with head buyers to assess trend analysis and review final production designs.
  • Shop drawing custom furniture and lighting; Photoshop rendering for furniture layout and all elevations.
  • Create colors, flat sketches, patterns, overseas packages, and prints utilizing cad system.
  • Specialize in children (boys and girls) clothing, including woven, knits and sweater.

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What an Associate Designer Does FAQs

How much do associate designers make?

Associate designers make about $58,000 yearly or $28 hourly. On the lower end of the salary range, they can make about $41,000, typically the starting number for entry-level positions. On the higher end, they can make $80,000, typically for senior-level positions.

Is an associate designer higher than a designer?

No, an associate designer is not higher than a designer. The term "associate" is usually attached to starting positions within a company, usually an entry-level position. An associate designer also may not have many years of experience before joining the company.

What does associate mean in a job description?

Associate in a job description usually means an entry-level or junior position. It's typically used for workers just starting with the company when you may or may not have much experience.

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