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​junior digital designer jobs in ​nottingham

At Beyond The Book we specialise in recruitment in the Creative, Marketing and Digital space, including Junior Digital Designers.
Typically, a Junior Digital Designer will support Senior Digital Designers and Graphic Designers in a design studio, either within a creative agency or an in-house creative team. The role is creative and will provide exposure to User Experience, User Interface Design, and provide greater understanding of web development. The role would be managed by a Digital Creative Director or Creative Director and would require multi-tasking and working to tight deadlines, in a fast-paced environment.
 
A Junior Digital Designer role would be suitable for a graduate Graphic Designer who shows a flair for digital design in their University portfolio. Or the role will suit a Junior Digital Designer with some industry experience who is keen to pursue a career in digital design or UX design. The role will typically suit someone with a passion for digital innovation, awareness of digital platforms and some understanding of HTML and CSS.
 
A Junior Digital Designer role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:

Produce effective designs for email campaigns, social media assets, web banners and web pages. Supporting Senior Digital Designers on digital transformation projects. Ensure finished designs adhere to brand guidelines. Develop knowledge in user experience and keep up with digital trends. Software skills required may include: Adobe InDesign. Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, InVision, Wordpress.

About Nottingham
Nottingham is probably best known for its link to the legend of Robin Hood and his hatred towards the Sheriff of Nottingham. A status of Robin Hood can be found near Nottingham Castle. The Castle is also known as "Castle Rock" because of its 130 feet high cliffs to the south and west. Little of the original castle still survives but has been rebuilt to house an art gallery and museum.
Nottingham during the industrial revolution was an international hub for the textile industry and particularly the manufacture of lace. It is also where one of the world’s oldest and best-known bike brands Raleigh was founded in 1887.
Today the city centre is a bustling hub of residents, students and professionals. With two universities, Nottingham Trent and University of Nottingham, attended by over 60,000 students.
Nottingham was also dubbed the 'Home of English Sport' in 2015 due to the presence of the National Ice Centre, National Watersports Centre, and Trent Bridge international cricket ground, home to tennis’ Aegon Nottingham Open, and thanks to Nottingham Forest Football Club’s City Ground and Notts County Football Club’s Meadow Lane, Nottingham also claims the country’s only ‘City of Football’ title.