Newton’s First Law: Objects at rest tend to remain at rest. The same is true of people. At DRUM, our job is to get people to move. But random movement is pointless. Movement in rhythm with the goals of our clients, on the other hand, is the most valuable thing in the world. There’s an irresistible beat that gets brands noticed, gets people talking and, above all, gets results. No wonder so many great brands — like AT&T, Aflac, Carhartt, E*TRADE, PayPal, March of Dimes and more — trust us to help take them where they want to go. We’re DRUM. Let’s dance.
If you’re not having any fun at work, you’re doing it wrong. Whether you’re in our Atlanta, Chicago or New York office, you’ll see for yourself: At DRUM, we love what we do. We’re focused, but not funless. Aggressive, but not ad-holes. After all, we believe in harmony. It’s there in everything we do, from our award-winning campaigns to our slightly less decorated bowling team. And it’s the reason our agency is recognized time and again, from Chief Marketer’s Top 200 Agencies to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Top Workplaces.
The Art Director is responsible for leading and managing the creative process for the design and production of the most effective solutions for email marketing campaigns, landing pages and other media as required. This person will be assigned to a primary client account, but will assist with other accounts on an as-needed basis.
Collaborating with other designers, copyrwiters and developers, this position relies heavily on strengths in graphic design, brand management, direct response and email marketing best-practices. The Art Director must be highly organized, creative and self-directed.
Time spent in this position is divided between art direction (30%) design production (30%), front-end coding (20%). The remaining 20% is spent in meetings, research, and new business development.