Junior Interaction Designer
A role for an ambitious junior creative looking to enhance their skills and have their ideas heard
Figma / After Effects / Adobe Animate / Adobe Photoshop / Adobe Illustrator / Interaction Design / UX design / UI design / Web design / Graphic design
We're looking for a talented Junior Interaction Designer to join our growing creative web design team in London.
You'll be expected to shake things up with new ideas and a fresh perspective, but you should also be eager to learn new skills and fine-tune your existing talents. In return, we'll help you learn, create and develop in an environment where you'll be free to share your thoughts and ideas.
You'll need to be confident and able to communicate well, as we'll expect you to share your ideas with our clients directly in workshops and briefings. Here, you'll be able to develop vital transferable skills in active listening and selling ideas.
You'll be doing the following from as early as day one:
- Designing ongoing marketing collateral for our clients such as social media ads, whitepapers, webinar posters and so on.
- Crafting micro-animations for the web in Adobe After Effects or Adobe Animate, which will be exported into Lottie web files.
- Maintaining and developing design systems in Figma for existing websites such as introducing new components, pages or features.
- Creating branded collateral for our in-house marketing such as social media posts.
Your role as you progress
Once you've proven your creative prowess and feel comfortable with the creative processes we work to, your responsibilities will grow to include:
- Designing new websites and design systems from scratch.
- Listening to, and taking part in, early client briefings and workshops.
- Delivering your ideas directly to clients, allowing you to claim deserved credit but also take feedback.
You'll be required to work in-house, at our London offices in Old Street.
What we expect from you during the interview process
- We want to be wowed by a design portfolio that you've curated with pride – your portfolio does not need to be a website but it should demonstrate your ability to cut through the noise with creative flair.
- A clear understanding of the web design process.
- Attention to detail.
- Understanding of best practice user experience design.
- A passion for keeping up with the latest trends and technologies.