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Presentation Designer

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Presentation Graphics is one of the key in-house creative services for our client. It is one of the central parts of Corporate Communications, they are a team of five, working often at a high level with all areas of the business.
The team's creative work covers presentations design, print design for large scale events and supporting print material, motion graphics and infographics amongst other creative output.

They have designed creative pitch brochures, large scale graphics for launch events and created many of the Expressive logos for a lot of their channels. It’s a high-level environment working with the key decision makers within the business. This is a great opportunity for someone with desire to be creatively stretched in the world of presentations.

Team Overview
The team of five are a well-rounded group of Designers with skills covering print design, motion graphics, presentation design and technical AV expertise.

The role
Opportunity for a freelance Junior/Mid-weight Presentation Designer with PowerPoint, Keynote, Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
Beneficial skills would be After Effects, Cinema 4D and Video editing.

Key Responsibilities
You’ll be supporting the team with a range of creative output, from creating presentations, creating infographics in Illustrator to sourcing great content images and coming up with creative ideas for presentations.

Person Specification
General graphic design experience is necessary, as is a positive attitude - we’re looking for a creative who can bring some new ideas to the range of creative output.

Essential skills & experience
Agency experience, specifically presentation design and graphic design experience, for a minimum of 2 years. You should have an excellent understanding of working within brands and working to guidelines. Additionally to be a good creative thinker, able to pitch in ideas with the rest of the team on other aspects of the project.

You should be used to working closely with a Creative Director and other team members and be comfortable taking the lead on your own projects as well as presenting work.

Having worked with large corporations is a bonus but not essential.

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