The Speed Read:
We are looking for a talented mid-weight (graphic) designer to join this highly regarded truly multi-disciplinary agency working in the fields of branding, industrial product and environments design.
As part of a large creative team, you will have at least 4 years experience preferably working in larger teams and have had plenty Aof experience of presenting your work. In addition, any experience of working within a multi-disciplinary environment would be preferable. This role would definitely be more suitable to someone happy to work as part of a large team.
The agency is made up of a large design led team of graphic, product, interiors, digital and motion designers - so you will gain exposure to some very exciting work. You will be ideas led, with crafted graphic design skills, and a modern illustrative style ideally, but please be aware that this role is not for an illustrator, rather a graphic designer with an illustrative style.
Day to day you will be working with designers across a range of disciplines for a range of global brands, and your role will see you working on the graphic design aspect - anything from brand, print, digital and communications ideas. As a solid mid-weight, you will take responsibility for your work, and your part in the team. You will be driven to create world standard work.
You will relish the opportunity of presenting your work, and demonstrate an ability to talk confidently and passionately to your peers and clients, and you should be comfortable talking through your process and rationale.
From a design perspective, your portfolio will be beautifully executed - your typography and layout skills will be impeccable, and if you are leaning towards the illustrative side, your work will demonstrate strong modern graphic illustration, with good use of colour and shape.
Confident but not arrogant, with high standards of design
Ambitious and pro-active, but willing to learn
Nice to have around
Ideas led with crafted execution
Please send CV/folio to firstname.lastname@example.org