Lady Geek is looking for outstanding freelance graphic designer to work on a range of projects from print to digital.
You will be responsible for delivering visually compelling content based on creative briefs always meeting our brand guidelines. The role demands a keen business sense and a creative flair is essential.
Previous creatives who have worked for us have had their work featured on national newspapers – the Independent, Metro, BBC News and Wired – as well as at the Apple Store in Regent St and even the Houses of Parliament.
The ideal candidate will have a great eye for detail and typography, work and manage his/her time efficiently, have a good understanding of print, digital design and branding. We’re also looking for candidates with a minimum of one year experience that is looking to expand/improve their skills.
You’ll also be confident with the following:
Adobe Creative Suite 6 – Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
WordPress, HTML5 and CSS.
Great understanding of typography and layout.
A positive, committed and hard working attitude.
The ability to take on new ideas, direction and feedback.
The ability to cope under pressure and work towards deadlines.
To apply please send your CV and portfolio together with a cover letter stating why you’d like to work for Lady Geek to Belinda Parmar (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Lady Geek is transforming the way companies speak to women. We end what we call the pink it and shrink it approach: lazy and clichéd marketing techniques that fail to win the hearts and minds of female customers.
As a creative marketing agency we understand how women think, feel, dream and buy. Everything we do is driven by what women want from brands, which can be summarised in one word: Empathy. Some of our clients include: Nissan, Samsung, Microsoft, Telefonica and Vodafone.