Thursday, 13 November 2014

Junior Graphic Design Internship - Shared Experience, London

Junior Graphic Design Internship 
Shared Experience is looking for a zealous young designer to join their hard-working and highly dedicated team. You must be prepared to work long hours on challenging projects, to tight deadlines and have a can-do attitude, alongside this you will need a strong ability to follow directions on a single briefing, attention to detail and a good note-taking proficiency will support this. Above all, we are looking for a team player to support our senior designers and absorb their skill, knowledge and expertise. You will be expected to work on a variety of projects, ranging from exhibition conceptualisation to storyboarding for animation/short films to app design to email marketing. You should have the confidence, maturity and faculty to partake in conference calls and meetings with global clients and the aptness and desire to want to build brilliant relationships with them.

Other particulars:Fundamental Software Knowledge:
- Photoshop CS6
- Illustrator CS6
- Indesign CS6
- Dreamweaver CS6
- Powerpoint

Basic Fundamental Skills:- Textual layout and typographic understanding
- Identity design and branding
- Web design
- Idea generation
- Organisation + Tidy working practice
- Attention to detail
- Multi-tasking
- Airbrushing/photo-manipulation
- Notation
- HTML/CSS (would be beneficial)
- Copywriting (would be beneficial)

In Summary:We’re looking for a star person to work with us, so to get in-touch, send us your portfolio (PDFs are easier), along with a link to your website (if you have one) and a CV. Good luck, don’t send us any ugly MS word CVs, you are designers and we won’t even acknowledge a poorly designed resumé, of course.

For more information and to submit an application send emails to: shared(@)shared-experience(.)com

Note: We do prefer that applicants have a (BA) Hons degree or higher, although we will consider otherwise, all depending on the level of capability that you have.

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