Oliver Sin is a freelance director, animator and illustrator currently plying his trade in Cheltenham. Since leaving UWE, he joined a digital agency for 3 years as a creative designer. After 3 years at the agency, he leaped into the world of freelance to focus on an animation/motion design career path. Since then he has worked with a variety of notable clients such as AirBnb, IBM, eBay and Samsung to name a few, creating. He also on the panel of judges for the Motion Awards (www.motionawards.com).
You can find out more about Oliver and his work here;
We are actively seeking a Graphic Designer who is available now to volunteer with Bristol Women’s Voice to help us with the production of our annual report for 2016-17. We can be very flexible around your availability and other commitments.
The ideal candidate will have a graphic design background with the usual skill set, and have a good knowledge and experience of the Adobe Creative Suite, Illustrator and Photoshop.
Excellent organisational and communications skills are necessary, as you could be trusted to liaise with internal and external resources. You should also be capable of researching and sourcing information quickly and effectively if required.
To be considered for this role, the Graphic Designer must demonstrate; strong design skills, creative flair, excellent communication skills and able to work to strict deadlines.
We need someone who has their own computer and software and who is able to complete the Annual report within the agreed deadline.
In return we are happy to give you a reference if needed, you can use your finished work in your work portfolio and we will include you in our Annual Report next year as a Volunteer Graphic Designer.
It’s simple to apply just email us your portfolio if you have one and we will email you back with further info on the needed task.
Typenowhere documents work created on the BA(Hons) Graphic Design course at The University of the West of England, at Arnolfini contemporary art gallery in Bristol. The site also acts as a student resource including current live opportunities. Located inside the Arnolfini contemporary art gallery in Bristol city centre and taught by practising graphic designers, learning takes place in a studio environment with exceptional department facilities and a real-world dynamic. The course ranks very highly in the National Student Survey (NSS). Current students are regularly shortlisted for national and international graphic design awards. The course provides excellent preparation for a creative career in the UK and abroad. Many of our graduates establish their own freelance businesses or independent design companies.