Mid-weight Digital Designer

Location
London
Salary
£30000 - £35000 per annum
Posted
23 Nov 2016
Closes
23 Dec 2016
Ref
AMB664FT
Contact
Amalie Byass
Discipline
Advertising
Specialism
Design, Digital
Sector
Entertainment
Business Type
Agency
Seniority
Executive
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full-Time
I'm looking for is someone really creative, but nerdy when it comes to all things digital.

They need to be a designer first and foremost, with high level of craft.

As a Digital Designer at my client, your main responsibility is the creation and delivery of a range of cross-platform digital work. This can be anything from responsive websites and emails to banners, and mobile/tablet apps and digital out of home executions. It involves working closely with Creatives, in-house Digital Producers, UX partners (if the complexity of the project warrants it) and external Development partners. The role could involve taking a simple hand-drawn scamp, or an interactive wireframe, and turning into a fully-fledged digital deliverable.

As a Digital Designer you'll be responsible for:

· Working collaboratively with Creatives, UX or Developers to deliver digital output of the highest quality and to brief.

· Staying on track with emerging digital trends and culture, attending events and engaging with the wider digital creative community.

· Realising fast turnaround design concepts to support pitches and other business development efforts.

· Design-led UX on smaller, less complex digital projects.

· Presenting creative ideas/treatments to internal teams and production partners, and maintaining a level of ownership through the project lifecycle.

We expect you to have:

· Agency experience in designing cutting-edge websites, apps, interfaces and/or digital campaigns (including banners, microsites, emails)

· A through understanding of the Adobe Creative Suite.

· Knowledge/understanding of HTML and CSS, and experience working with teams running CMS systems, is beneficial.

· Proven understanding of typography, layout, colour and grid structures and other digital design mandatories and nuances.

· Experience working with (and producing) digital style guides and brand guidelines.