We are creative brand partners, providing strategy, shaping content, and delivering creatively for ambitious organisations looking to do things differently. Whether creating new brands, building interactive experiences or delivering insight, we work with our clients to solve day-to-day challenges and are driven by a positive, human and straightforward approach to problem solving.
Based in Oval, London we are looking for a Junior Digital Designer to join our growing studio. We’re seeking an enthusiastic problem solver and positive team player to help take our client work to the next level.
We’ll provide a friendly and collaborative environment where you will be able to develop. If it sounds like this is for you, we would like to hear from you. Reporting to the Creative Director, you will work alongside clients and colleagues on the below
A portfolio with brilliantly executed digital design showcasing a good understanding of UX and UI
To be comfortable working in Figma and the Adobe Creative Suite
A strong understanding of typography and information hierarchy
To be happy working independently as well as part of a team
A positive, proactive attitude with an appetite for learning
Excellent communication and organisational skills
What we value
Collaboration – everything we achieve, we achieve as a team
A desire to problem solve
Transparency, honesty and a sense of humour
What we offer
A competitive salary, dependent on experience
25 days holiday per year (growing to 28), plus bank holidays
A contributory pension scheme
Paid development opportunities (courses, workshops etc.)
Studio trips and away days
Flexible working arrangements with a balance of working from home and in studio
Cycle-to-work and tech loans
How To Apply
If you're looking for an opportunity to get stuck into live projects, have a keenness to learn and ability to bring a sense of character and personality to your work, please email your portfolio to [email protected] with the subject ‘Junior Digital Designer’.
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