A Graphic Designer’s job is to be responsible for the design of many aspects of a company’s creative asset that would be used across both offline and online platforms. This would cover areas such as logo designs and accompanying images where the Designer would create the final designs after creating a number of concepts and early designs for sign off. Softwares adopted by Graphic Designers would commonly be Photoshop or Adobe Creative Suite. They are commonly found in agency environments but can also be fond in companies where there is a lot of creative project based work.
Junior Graphic Designers start in their role normally after having a degree or similar qualifications in Graphic Design. They then progress to creating designs that they will become known for and adopting a specific style. Senior Designers would then begin to manage a team that may mirror or complement their designs and some will have coding skills for online design activity that will attract a higher salary.
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Up to £40,000
Manchester / Remote
Are you obsessed with creating stunning UI, simple UX, with a stellar portfolio that showcases your best work? You’ve come to the right place! This role as a Senior UX/UI Designer will give you the freedom to create beautiful designs and work with one of the world’s leading service providers, with a mix of remote and onsite working in their Cheshire office.
Up to £60,000