Mid-Senior Designer - In-house Studio

Location
London, England
Salary
£30000 - £40000 per annum
Posted
19 Apr 2017
Closes
17 May 2017
Ref
EA/B30038
Contact
Emma Acton-Bloom
Discipline
Branding, Graphics
Function
Designer
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Part Time

This is an opportunity for a designer to make their mark in the insurance world. They are tech-savvy and design and creative is at the forefront. They come up with some fantastic solutions to quite complex problems - with the use of their in-house design team, which you could be part of.

You will be working on projects ranging from digital and web, printed literature and presentations through to advertising and branding. As UX/UI and web design is leading the way, you will be more focused on making microsite, CRM platform, brochureware websites, sitemaps, applications and mobile sites, with the odd print project thrown in to keep you on your toes.

They are looking for their next designer who is a dab hand at UX/UI design - they design with the user in mind at all times, really putting themselves in their shoes, so you would need to show this in your portfolio and your processes. You need to be comfortable in working with information and turning it into beautifully executed designs.

You are going to be part of a growing studio that just fits into all of their clients companies with ease. They have a unique proposal their clients go for and they are busier than ever, so if you would like to find out more, please get in touch with your CV and portfolio.

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