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motion graphics designer jobs in swindon

 The Role
A Motion Graphics Designer will within a multidisciplinary team in either a creative agency or an in-house creative team, alongside Graphic Designers, Digital Designers and Art Directors. This creative 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.
 
The Motion Graphics Designer role would be suitable for someone with a passion for graphics, motion and video. The role will typically suit someone who has skills in 2D and 4D, and who loves to use their combined creative and technical skills in creating effective solutions for branded or marketing content, entertainment, corporate or internal communications. The role will suit someone with industry experience in a dedicated motion graphics role.
 
The Motion Graphics Designer role would usually encompass the following responsibilities:
 
Produce motion graphics as part of a wider advertising campaign, or bespoke branded content for social and digital platforms on a B2C or B2C or B2E basis.  Software skills required are Premiere Pro, After Effects. Cinema4D, also graphic design skills in Adobe InDesign, PhotoShop and Illustrator.
 
About Swindon
Swindon is a town in the heart of Wiltshire. It has seen huge investment and regeneration in recent years due to its easy access to large centres such as London, Bristol, Reading and Cardiff making it a very desirable place to live amongst professional and a commuter hub.
Swindon is now one of the most economically successful and highly innovative towns in the UK, ranking in the top 5 towns for business investment.
The Key industry sectors in the town include manufacturing/engineering, life sciences, information and communication technologies, financial and business services. Swindon is home to major businesses, including Intel, npower, Zurich Financial Services, WHSmith, Honda, Nationwide Building Society and First Great.
Swindon It is also home Steam museum and is a celebration of the pioneering vision and engineering genius of Isambard Kingdom Brunel which led to the Great Western Railway network becoming regarded as the most advanced in the world.