Midweight digital designer £35k London
Are you a solid middleweight digital designer, with a few years agency experience under your belt? Maybe you’re an extremely talented junior, bursting through the ranks, or you’re already a middleweight and need a change of scene. Whoever you are you will be so good that my integrated agency client will be forced to promote you to the role of senior designer within a year!
The work covers campaign work and user interface design for an impressive list of UK and global clients & as the digital media landscape evolves you will be looking to grow with the agency and help deliver global, award winning work. You must be a digital native, know emerging technologies and platforms, understand the social landscape, understand user experience and critically, show design ability that knocks our socks off.
The role will include designing and concepting a broad scope of digital projects, from online campaign work right through to full-scale digital experiences. You will need to be able to visualise hand-drawn scamps – reporting to Art Directors - into online advertising campaigns and develop interfaces from wireframes – reporting to senior designers and the Head of Digital Design. As a middleweight you will be expected to work independently, showing initiative, and be able to rationalise your work to client service teams at internal reviews.
You are expected to have a full working knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite, in particular Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash and InDesign. Additional knowledge of After Effects and 3D software would be a distinct advantage.
You’ve worked for a few years in an agency environment, so you’ll need to impress with your digital portfolio.
If this is you drop Sarah a line in confidence to discuss the role and what you are looking for.
About Dynamic New Alliances
Recruitment, search and career consultancy based in London, with roles in both the UK and globally. We specialise in creative, account management and planning roles in both the integrated and digital sectors.