We are looking for a Digital Designer to join our interactive team. You’ll be working closely with the Head of Interactive, UX & UI designers and front end developers. This is a fantastic opportunity for a digital designer with some experience to work on a wide variety of projects and learn the ropes at a fast paced agency working with big brands.
You should be passionate about all things digital. You should also be brimming with ideas and be able to design for websites, mobile, tablet, social media, e-marketing campaigns, installations and other digital marketing channels. You should have a passion for crafting meaningful, delightful online experiences.
A keen understanding of design theory, colour, layout and typography is required. You should also care deeply about usability and accessibility. Knowledge of what is and isn’t possible with regards to web standards and mobile is also required.
Being able to articulate clearly and effectively your design decisions and rationale to both colleagues and clients goes without saying. You should have a strong attention to detail and be a team player who is confident managing your own workload and hitting deadlines. Not shirking your brew round responsibilities is also essential.
We will work with the successful candidate to help them learn new and develop existing skills. This will include developing creative concepts, idea generation, user experience design, usability, front end development, copywriting, motion graphics and flash development.
A competitive salary is available for the right person. Benefits include numerous training opportunities, career progression, company bonus scheme, excellent working environment, free fresh fruit, sandwiches, tea, coffee and hot chocolate.
If you think this is for you please send your application along with relevant work examples/URLs to Richard Clark on 0161 429 1481 or email email@example.com. If you want a chat about the role, that’s fine too.
Agencies; we love you and all but we’ll let you know if we need any help filling this role.