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Mid Weight Digital Designer with fashion experience

Recruiter
Xcede Recruitment Solutions
Posted
14 December 2012
Closes
11 January 2013
Ref
DM34456DD
Contact
David McConaghy
Location
London
Function
Specialism
Hours
Contract Type
Salary
£25000 - £35000 per annum + Benefits

Further information

Mid Weight Digital Designer with fashion experience - Digital Agency

Role: Mid Weight Digital Designer
Location: Central London
Salary: to £35k+benefits
Keywords: Digital, Web Design, Campaign, Conceptual design, creative, banners, emails, apps, Photoshop, Illustrator, HTML, CSS, client facing, Fashion, ecommerce, luxury, brands, graphic, designer, design

The Role

The opportunity to work within a Digital advertising agency, assigned to a couple of fashion brands, one luxury, the other high street. The role will be reporting into the Lead Designer on the accounts, who will be over seeing the Mid-Weight, leading the projects. A very talented individual with a wealth of digital design experience within the fashion industry, someone who would be a great mentor both in fashion and in design.

The Person

You will need to be creative and passionate about digital design and the fashion industry, keeping up to date with trends in the industry, possibly blogging. It is likely you will have between two and four years' experience working in either a client side or an agency, where you will have working ideally in an advertising design role, having experience working across web, mobile, social media, email, etc… Though if you come from an ecommerce background you could also be a successful candidate. Highly skilled in Photoshop and Illustrator, though it would also be beneficial to be able to use flash, after effect, and be able to code in HTML and CSS.

Please send in CV and portfolios to be considered for the role

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