Midweight Designer

London, England
£28000 - £32000 per annum
05 Oct 2017
02 Nov 2017
Emma Acton-Bloom
Branding, Graphics
Contract Type
Part Time

A small design and digital studio is looking for a new Midweight Designer to come and join their team. They define brand strategies, design visual identities, curate brand stories and develop and build websites for a host of clients, ranging from charities to law firms, from cafes to technology start-ups.

Now, because these guys are small (but, do not let that put you off), you will find yourself immersed in every part of the design process, from briefing stages all the way through to the delivery and implementation of projects. Also, you will be in front of like-minded clients, dazzling them with your ideas partnered with some amazing visuals.

They are looking for an established midweight, who does not mind mucking in and rolling their sleeves up. You will also need to have some demonstrated experience designing for digital, especially websites. Traditional design is also something they do very well, so layout and type skills are essential.

There is a real opportunity here to grow with the business, get your hands and head on some meaty projects and work with a team that has been in the industry for a number of years (just don't tell them I said that…)

Essential skills:

| Strong conceptual thinking demonstrated through your portfolio
| Have a good understanding of the digital space
| The ability to take your concepts/core visual brands into final design/artwork across print and digital projects
| Great type and craft skills

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