£2-300 per day
ESSENTIAL SKILLS: Must be Must be comfortable with Content Management systems, namely AEM and email platforms namely Communicator
£2-300 per day
ESSENTIAL SKILLS: Must be comfortable with Content Management systems, namely AEM and email platforms namely Communicator
The middle-weight digital designer will be responsible for:
Creating digital designs to develop online consistency throughout the brand,
Working with the lead creative agency and the strategy team to help generate and execute creative ideas and ensures it is set to the brand guidelines,
Deliver assets for all online media,
Liaise with internal stakeholders and deliver creative insight.
The middle-weight digital designer will have the following experience:
Expert knowledge in Adobe Creative Cloud,
Strong knowledge of Flash, and HTML, HTML 5 and CSS, to ensure creative ideas can be technically executed and updates to the existing website can be completed in the on-site studio,
Knowledge of digital design theory and best practice,
Strong knowledge of User Interface and User Experience Design,
Strong experience of working on responsive design across channels ready for the launch of the new Adobe AEM solution.
The specific responsibilities the middle-weight digital designer will have are:
Any web maintenance deployment on to the current SPOTON portfolio brands will utilise the middle-weight digital designer HTML and CSS skills, this puts all web maintenance and updates into the on-site studio.
We feel the middle-weight digital designer will be more than capable to execute the creative strategy set by the lead agency, this will include: websites, emails design and html build, designing apps (any technical build of applications will be done by the technical development team in Basingstoke), PDF vouchers, online media assets (banners, smart boxes, social assets) and bespoke page designs.
The middle-weight digital designer will be responsible for creating the responsive HTML for any email templates and any digital vouchers for triggered emails.
All design resource required for content execution will be completed by the middle-weight digital designer.