Junior Digital Designer

Recruiter
Bonobo
Location
London (Greater)
Posted
10 Jan 2018
Closes
08 Feb 2018
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Junior Digital Designer, London - £20,000 to £25,000

My client is a multi-award winning agency based in Central London who work with a wide range of clients combining household names with smaller, fast growing ’start up’ style businesses. The agency culture is performance driven, dynamic and is a place where bright sparks progress quickly. Enthusiasm, ambition and a willingness to find real involvement will suit very well here.

About you:

They’re looking for an individual with a passion for creative design and a thirst to learn new techniques and front-end technologies in a fast-paced environment. You’ll have a superb eye for detail and understanding of how design is used. Somebody with the right attitude to want to learn new skills and make tons of progression is what they are hoping to find.

What you’ll have…

  • Some commercial experience designing interfaces would be a bonus but this is not essential. The role is open to grad / entry level applications.
  • Experience of executing your own ideas within established brand guidelines
  • Confidence to communicate concepts directly to clients
  • Strong advocacy of usability and accessibility in your design
  • Experience working with Sketch
  • Expert knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
  • An understanding of HTML, CSS
  • Ability to mock up design solutions as working prototypes in the browser

What you’ll be doing…

You’ll be working closely with both the production and marketing teams to:

  • Design stunning web, mobile, microsite and campaign based material
  • Develop identities for the digital products we create for our clients
  • Participate in quality assurance and testing
  • Help produce concepts for pitches and marketing campaigns
  • Help Maintain and steer the agency identity

You’ll be working with all project stakeholders to create multi-device interfaces, layouts and experiences that minimise user effort, avoid confusion, and look great at the same time. You will have control over the design decisions that make a difference to the usability of the final product, and will ultimately be highly skilled at implementing them in HTML, CSS and JavaScript.

If this sounds like something you’d like to explore further, please get in touch asap.