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Graphic Designer

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We are currently recruiting for a Graphic Designer to join a company with an annual turnover of £30million which manages two online/catalogue high-end women's fashion brands.
They are looking for a midweight level candidate for a temp-to-perm position with their design team of 3.

As a retailer without a physical presence, the company places great importance on their visual representation online and in their printed collateral. The design team plays a central role and is responsible for presenting
their brands to their customers in the best way possible through use of typography, colour choice and layout. Being a part of such a small design team will give their new designer to get a strong sense of ownership in their contributions to the companies' catalogues, media inserts, weekly HTML emails, and websites. As an integral part of the wider team, the design teams work closely with the fashion designers and production team, commissioning photoshoots and carrying projects from end to end.

The work will predominately be in InDesign, although the team obviously use Photoshop to realise designs for web or email as well as for retouching after photoshoots. Historically the company's development work has been outsourced, but this is being successfully brought inhouse now, so although this will not be a large part of the new Designer's role it is important that they are comfortable with HTML and CSS. Candidates will also need to have proven layout and typography skills and a strong understanding of the design side of e-commerce.

As this is a small design team, personality and cultural fit are essential. The ideal candidate will have a strong level of attention to detail, a good eye for design with emphasis on layout, brand awareness and the ability to focus in on a brand, excellent technical skills and the commitment to getting the job done and ability to work under pressure.

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