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Digital Designer with Motion Graphics IK-7

Job Title: Digital Designer with Motion Graphics IK-7
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London
Industry:
Salary: £20000 - £30000 per annum
Start Date: 2016-02-17 00:00:00
Duration: n/a
REF: IK-7
Contact Name: Imran Khan
Contact Email: imran@unionjackson.co.uk
Job Published: about 4 years ago

Job Description

Digital Designer with Motion Graphics
 
Global, multi award winning agency would like a Digital Designer with some Motion Graphics experience. Working across all departments in the agency you will be involved on a wide variety of projects. Designing collateral for conferences and workshops. You will have a key role in creating work for a wide range of projects ranging from layouts for print pieces to screen designs for apps and websites.

We are looking for someone with
–Good design capabilities
–Motion graphic skills
–Conceptual skills
–Understanding of print
–Good problem solving skills
–Strong written and verbal communication
–Understanding/Appreciation of UX
–Excellent attention to detail

Essential Skills
Photoshop
Illustrator
InDesign
After Effects
Premiere or Final Cut Pro

Not Essential Skills but good if they do:
Sketch or other UX applications
PowerPoint / Keynote
Knowledge/Appreciation of coding (HTML etc)
Adobe Edge
Adode Muse

The candidate
They will potentially have a couple of years’ experience. This is not essential and we will always look at people with excellent work from their degree. We have two designers with us who came straight from their degree.
They will be keen to learn new skills and contribute to agency life. They will be committed and have a can do attitude, working within the creative team they will be happy to share and collaborate.
This role will offer the right person experience across a wide range of disciplines and expose them to lots of different types of work.

The candidate in a tweet
A young designer with a good all round skill set, an ability to conceptualise and tell their stories with motion graphics.