Job Details

Senior Graphic Designer

Location: Dublin, Ireland
Salary: €55,000 to €65,000 | Ref: 24600

An opportunity for a Senior Graphic Designer to join an exciting new e-sports gaming company. You will play a key role in helping manage the creation of an international web-based brand.

The Role

  1. This role will provide the opportunity to have a huge impact on the creative side of the product. Acting as a key influence in the creation of graphics, website and product UI, iconography and a number of other advertising and marketing elements.

About You 

  1. A well-rounded designer with a passion for design regardless of the medium
  2. Able to work comfortably on own initiative
  3. Self-motivated
  4. Able to work well with various stakeholders across the business  whilst keeping a focus on the process/quality of your project
  5. Requirements
  6. 5+ years in-house or agency experience in a similar role
  7. Advanced in Adobe Creative Cloud and/or Sketch
  8. A portfolio which examples your skills/work
  9. Complete understanding of interactive design and UI
  10. Degree in arts/design/visual communications
  11. Interested? Next steps…

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Job Information

Posted: 22nd Nov 2018

Job contact:

United Kingdom

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