Graphic Designer BloodybigspiderSouth Wimbledon, London, England, GB
You’ve already spent a year or two working as a junior designer in an agency, but now you’re ready for something new. You want to work at a small, growing agency with a varied workload, where you can really make your mark and get involved in all aspects of the business. You’re passionate about the design industry and want to learn as much as you can.
- 1-3 years’ agency experience
- Excellent attention to detail
- Chomping at the bit to prove yourself
- Solid Adobe Creative Cloud skills – especially InDesign, Photoshop & Illustrator
- Confident in emailing / talking to clients
- Ability to work to deadlines
- Ability to work on your own and in a team
- Ability to artwork and good understanding of print process
- A mix of editorial, brand and digital work in your portfolio
- Confident when talking about your own work and ideas
- Organised, methodical and full of common sense
Nice to have
- Basic understanding of HTML
- Animation (AfterEffects and Animate)
Bloodybigspider is a design agency in South Wimbledon. We work across a huge variety of local and global campaigns, both digital and print. Our clients, like Ovum, London City Airport, FCA, Boston Consulting Group, Autovista Group and Edinburgh & Lothians Health Foundation, come from all sectors and a large proportion of our work is fairly corporate.
We’re small but perfectly formed. There are only a few of us in the studio so we’ve cultivated a really friendly, warm vibe where everybody likes each other – honest. There are studio nights out (most recently the Ghost Bus), we break out the beer and wine every Friday afternoon, ‘important chats’ almost always take place at the pub, and everyone takes turns playing office DJ on Spotify.
- Salary £18-24K depending on experience
- Start date: as soon as possible
- Please send portfolios (under 10MB) and CVs to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Junior Designer”
- We’re afraid we can only get back to successful applicants.
- No agencies please.