We’re Tremendousness—a small, deeply experienced group of artists, information designers, and strategists.
We design entertaining and emotionally engaging narratives and experiences for Fortune 500s, startups, academia, and other organizations, including TED. We love Post-Its, office pets, beer, kombucha, music, bikes, art, and Amazon Prime. If we weren’t so busy creating awesome infographics and experiences and such every day, we’d probably spend a bunch of our time complaining about all the awful ones out there. We want to change that.
Anyway, we’re looking to make new friends and connect with people who want to learn more about becoming part of our larger collective of freelancers, contractors, and experts. We currently are not filling any full-time positions.
You want to work with interesting information. You’re a creative storyteller who loves to dig into complex stories, understand them, and design entertaining and engaging graphical narratives. You’re not just someone who makes information beautiful—you want to collaborate with companies big and small, and you want your work to be seen and shared. You live in Adobe Creative Suite, are comfortable in Microsoft Office and/or Apple iWork, and ideally have some familiarity with audio/visual and interactive solutions.
You don’t necessarily have to be able to illustrate the story—it’s your ability to digest information, organize it, and sketch and design a solution that we’re looking for (and—we hope—you like seeing chihuahuas eat carrots during Skype video calls).
You want to work with incredible illustration and engaging stories. You want to collaborate with companies big and small, and you want your work to be seen and shared. You really do “get” good design and you walk the walk in Adobe Creative Suite (especially After Effects), and other creative and audio/video tools. Basically, you have an artistic mind that can conceptualize, design, and develop storylines and animation, as well as strong technical knowledge for implementing these stories in different ways.
You don’t necessarily have to be able to illustrate the story—your greatest strength is your ability to bring words and pictures to life onscreen (and—we hope—you like seeing vicious chihuahuas protect us from the postal carrier).
You like to draw. You love to draw. You live to draw. You work in a variety of styles and can transform rough sketches into beautifully nuanced artwork—whether in Adobe Illustrator or on paper. From people to data, from concept to object, and from tiny icons to big posters, you’re happiest when you’re drawing (and if you had a chihuahua, you’d probably name it Bézier).
You’re here in St. Louis and love design. You’ll be expected to handle any production needs that our creative team has including the creation and editing of files in Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Keynote, Pages, and—because there is little we can do about it—Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. There might also be times when you you’ll need to pitch in on administrative tasks. You will be an integral part of the creative team and will be given ongoing opportunities to develop your skills in information design, storyboarding, and visual narrative across a wide range of projects. And—we hope—you like hearing a chihuahua chew bark at the mail person during Skype calls. (MORE)
You are a trusted advisor to executives at a variety of organizations from Fortune 500 companies and strategy consultancies to start-ups and non-profits. You get a rush from giving clients an edge and helping them succeed. You are a whole-brained thinker (even though you might hate that term) and you enjoy working with innovators and creators who really do “get” good design. You are a high-energy advocate of visual communications and you share our passion for making complex things easier to understand. Most importantly, you are a powerful storyteller and an empathic listener who engages with your large network of business contacts to frame up opportunities and close deals. And—we hope—you like seeing chihuahuas chew cardboard during Skype video calls.
You’re in Washington D.C. and love to write and to share interesting ideas. You “get” social media and marketing and are always organized. You’re a whole-brained thinker who is inspired by good design and by making complex things easier to understand. You want to connect and collaborate with companies big and small, and find fun, compelling ways to use visual communications to solve their challenges. (MORE)