Closing date Friday 10th March
Bluegg is a design agency producing great work for some amazing clients. Our team creates brands, designs websites and online experiences, as well as offering strategy and design support.
We’re a busy, challenging, passionate, rowdy and fun studio and we’re looking for a smart, talented and fast learning graduate/junior designer to join us.
You’ll need to...
- Be a naturally brilliant designer
- Be a creative thinker and problem solver
- Be able to create new ideas
- Be able to take existing ideas to the next level
- Be able to show examples of branding and print design
- Have a good understanding of how to design for the web including responsive web design
- Be happy working in a close team
- Be happy taking responsibility for your own work and time
- Be good at communicating on the phone and in person
- Have excellent written skills
- Bonus Points for HTML and CSS skills
What you’ll be doing...
- Working as part of the design team on design concepts for new projects
- Working on existing projects and client work as design support
- Working with brand guidelines to create new artwork
- Design and client research
- Website wireframing, design and planning
Along with everyone else, you’ll...
- Be happy making a coffee and passing the biscuits
- Take our point system in your stride and be willing to learn the art of darts
This role is perfect for a junior or graduate looking to stamp their mark on an established agency. You’ll be given the help and support to grow as a designer and the freedom to express your fresh ideas.
What you’ll get...
- Competitive salary dependent on skill level
- Long term prospects
- Pension options
- A 27" iMac, a desk and a brightly coloured chair
- Free fruit, good coffee/tea and biscuits
Simply email Tom with your CV and portfolio. Be creative...
Absolutely no recruitment agencies. If you’re a recruitment agency or consultant (even if you’re ‘really good’ or ‘totally different’) and you call about this post, Tom will ask you to read this message aloud to him. Whilst on loudspeaker. Now, we don’t want that do we? Thanks :-)