Digital Designer (Middleweight)

The Company
A digital agency specialising in web and mobile. Straight shooting, user focused and innovative in their designs, they’re looking for a Midweight UX/UI Designer to join their ranks.

Think website and app solutions for big-name brands- you’ll see the fruits of your labour across huge platforms and boost your portfolio with impressive clients.

The Position
Lending your expertise to integrated design projects, you’ll work with senior designers to understand briefs and nurture them into high quality work. You’ll be hands-on throughout the process, getting the work together for developers and testers to make sure everything is release-ready.

Using their branding toolkits, the bread and butter of this role is taking brand identities a step further, elevating reputations through intelligent and exciting design. Think big, think creative!

Aesthetic is everything at this agency, you’ll be producing design that is clean, crisp and intuitive. Keeping your clients and their customers at the heart of everything you produce, you’ll roll out designs which are slick and user friendly.

What We’re Looking For
Intricate, pixel perfect design- we want to hear from people with a portfolio of exceptional work. Using clear UX/UI principles, show us how you’ve worked with brand guidelines and taken them to the next level.

With the potential for some big new pitches on the horizon, you’ll be ready to roll up your sleeves and get stuck in with the creative. Suited for a Midweight Designer looking for their next challenge, this role is calling out for someone on top of their game.

As a midweight role, experience in an agency team will stand you in good stead for this one. Someone who knows how to collaborate, bounce off the rest of their team and keep work progressing through the studio!

What’s on Offer?
Big name clients
Great team and agency culture
Collaborative working process

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