Web & Graphic Designer – Part time

Location: Brighton

Position: Part Time (2 days per week)

Package: Competitive  (Depending on Experience)

The Role

A part time opportunity has arisen to join an award-winning digital marketing agency specialising in organic, paid and social search engine marketing. We’re based in central Brighton and just about to move into spanking new offices (still in central Brighton!) We offer a whole array benefits from flexi-time, up to 10% bonus of salary, massages, free breakfasts and loads more. Most importantly we invest, train and develop our people because we recognise that’s really important.

Are you an experienced and enthusiastic designer who has a passion for web design? You will be bright, sociable, and have a positive “can-do” attitude, you relish in designing elegant, simple, and considered solutions to a brief.

As a Digital Web Designer you’ll be working on projects for our clients within a highly collaborative team. You will be required to help drive a brand forward and give it both commercial and a creative lead of any competition. Ideally you will have ecommerce experience within various industries with proof of creating innovative designs.

You must boast a strong portfolio that expresses your digital skills along with a general flair for design and attention to detail. Experience with infographics, widgets, display banners, Site maps, wire frames, user flows, web and app pages are all part of this varied role.

Key Skills Required
  • A Graphic design/Web design degree or equivalent practical experience.
  • Highly skilled on Illustrator, Photoshop, Indesign and Flash. Proficient in Adobe Creative Suite, Dreamweaver and AfterEffects skills would be a bonus.
  • HTML skills and have an understanding of online and mobile UX.
  • Excellent planning, prioritisation and organisational skills to work on projects with time bound deadlines.
  • A keen eye for detail.
Get in Touch

To apply please send your CV, cover letter and salary expectation to: careers@sitevisibility.com

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