Unconventional, talented, friendly?
We’ll get on fine.
We launched our business in 2000 as an agency that challenged everything our industry stood for. Every year since, we’ve evolved what we do to match the needs of our clients. This one’s been no different, which is why we’re now looking for a brilliant designer to help us make the most of every opportunity.
Who on Earth are we?
work has always liked to take the bull by the horns. So when the rest of recruitment marketing was still doing print, we were creating online tools that revolutionised Asda’s user experience, and building global websites for some insanely big, international corporations. This unconventionality goes for our careers, too. You tell us what you want to do – and we’ll try our darndest to make it happen.
And what about you?
You really need to know your stuff when it comes to current and emerging technologies, so that every website, intranet, app and mobile site you touch turns to gold. Designing GUIs, producing top quality online typography and developing look and feel is all par for the course. You don’t need agency experience. But you do need to show us a portfolio of URLs that proves you’ve mastered every programme and technique going.
Why should you join us?
The people, the clients, the future. Our integrated Creative team is small - but what they lack in size, they make up for in energy. This really endears them to our clients, who are some of the biggest names in banking, retail, transport, consultancy, charity, power… even chocolate. As part of our team, you’ll do great work for fantastic businesses, and boost your career faster than you might currently think possible.
If this opportunity sounds right up your street, email your portfolio and some details about yourself by clicking 'Apply Now'.
About Work Communications
Every year since we launched in 2000, we’ve evolved what we do to match the needs of our clients. This one’s been no different, which is why we’re now looking for a brilliantt people to help us make the most of every opportunity.