Midweight / Senior Artworker
- £34,000 – £42,000
- Senior, Midweight
- Full Time
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Threepipe Reply is an integrated creative and media agency, working on several high-profile clients across a variety of industries. We are looking for an outstanding mid-senior level Artworker to join our growing creative team. The role will be based in London Victoria 3 days a week, with 2 days a week remote working.
Creative clients range from tech giants, sports, retailers, beauty, banking and beyond, with clients including Panasonic, Barclays, Unicorn Darts, Prudential Health, McLaren and Vodafone. We have a dynamic and informal working atmosphere, priding ourselves on producing great strategic thinking and industry-leading creative work.
You’ll need to:
- Be skilled with InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Figma and PowerPoint.
- Have excellent retouching skills, and be able to produce accurate print-ready and digital artwork across a variety of formats.
- Have an exceptional eye for detail. You must be able to spot problems and create large numbers of assets accurately and efficiently.
- Ensure artwork is consistent, accurate and follows any brand guidelines
- Demonstrate a solid understanding of user-centred design principles, and an ability to visualise and apply strong design concepts/ direction.
- Be highly proactive and efficient – able to work collaboratively as well as to push and develop ideas independently.
- Demonstrate experience with design and artwork across end-to-end campaigns - from editorial and digital experiences to digital marketing and social content.
- Show an understanding of UI/UX design, and the fundamentals of a mobile first approach and responsive web design.
- Photography experience would be highly beneficial.
- Experience with C4D, Blender or other 3D software is also preferable.
If you can do all of that, you’ll find working with us is much more than a salary. All staff receive excellent benefits (pension, season ticket loan, team socials, home working opportunities and so much more) and will be part of a fun and informal culture – where we take everything seriously apart from ourselves.