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Middleweight/Senior Graphic Designer for Fluro

Fluro are a Buckinghamshire based, full service creative agency. We are on the hunt for a hungry and talented Graphic Designer to work across a diverse range of projects for both print and web.

You should live, breathe, eat and sleep design, be full to the brim with creativity and be looking for a real challenge. You will be very strong on concept and brand development, have excellent typographic skills and have a good understanding of the web. You will know the “Creative Suite” inside out and ideally be able to conceptualise on paper. An understanding of html would also be an advantage. You will have a proven track record and at least 3 years agency experience.

As a vital part of a small team, you will need to be a confident self-starter and happy to handle briefs from concept right through to delivery. You will have to regularly deal with clients and have an excellent manner. For the right applicant this is a fantastic opportunity to be an integral part of a busy, growing agency, making a real name for itself with some brilliant clients.

Designer – Integrated Agency – £40-50K

A brilliant integrated agency is looking for a talented conceptual designer to join the team.

They are looking for a talented designer who has mainly print experience but who can work on all media. Combining commercial knowledge and insight with beautifully considered design work  Coveringall touch-points from day-to-day art direction on press advertising, identity through to printed brochures, digital and internal communications.

You will be happy to present your work, you will have amazon attention to detail and be happy tp come up with concepts. Agency experience is a must.

You will be enthusiastic,  passionate about creative and have the ability to inspire more junior designers.

Graphic Artist/Illustrator for Feral Interactive

Feral Interactive is a leading developer and publisher of AAA games for Mac and Linux, including recent hit titles such asAlien: Isolation and Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, and classics such as the Tomb Raider and Batman: Arkham series.

We are expanding our portfolio to include iOS games and are looking to hire a graphic artist/illustrator to create artwork for our mobile games and to work on our marketing materials.

You will work as part of our dedicated design team and will be responsible for adapting artwork from desktop games for use in mobile versions. This involves amending images in a variety of ways, including resizing and redrawing images at higher resolutions either using Photoshop batch processes or by amending images individually, and designing new UI elements.

You will also work on our marketing materials, creating a range of assets for a variety of games. You will adapt existing artwork for use on new websites, applications and banners, sometimes working with typography in several languages.

We are looking for someone who enjoys using their full range of skills to create great marketing and game imagery.

This is a full-time, permanent role based in our offices in southwest London.

What skills and experience should you have?

  • Proficiency with the Adobe Creative Suite
  • Experience with digital illustration
  • Excellent typography skills
  • A strong portfolio of digital illustration and graphic design work

What else would help?

  • An active interest in video games
  • Professional experience in graphic design
  • Experience creating artwork for mobile games

What’s in it for you?

  • Salary of £21 – 24k p.a., dependent on skills and experience
  • Flexitime
  • Relaxed small company atmosphere
  • Regular company dinners and outings

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