Illustrator Wanted

Job title: Illustrator / Graphic Designer

We are a growing soft furnishing company looking for a digital illustrator / designer who wants to develop their skills in a young and expanding creative environment.

This position would be ideal for a recent graduate or student.

Duties:
Using computer-aided design (CAD) packages to scan images and change size, colours and other elements.
Knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Dreamweaver, Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop).
Produce roughs for approval.
Work within a set timescale, often to tight deadlines.
Create original pieces from drawings through to digital design.
Knowledge of working on a digital brand producing pixel perfect images and visuals.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office.
Knowledge of print process and artwork for print would be beneficial.
Able to work independently.
Have own computer and able to work at home.

Experience:
1 year experience

Hours:
Negotiable

Salary:
National Minimum wage.

Fixed time:
Pending on project.

Email: info@youbedding.com

Example of works:

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The pictures above are not the property of You Bedding – for example only.

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