Job opportunity for Graphic Design Students

We’re looking to bring in a junior designer on an ad-hoc basis to help manage some of our workload. This will primarily consist of things like delivering iconography, graphics, digital illustrations and logos that we can then incorporate into our client’s projects. Any additional skills like coding, motion graphics, etc. are very beneficial and will result in more work being passed over.
A bit about us –
We’re a small, agile team (primarily working between Bristol and London) that mainly works with early to mid-stage startups (usually around 5 projects at a time). Due to this, it’s really important that the person we bring on board is very responsive and can deliver high-quality work to tight deadlines (it can be a pretty fast-paced environment).
A few quick examples of some of our recent and current projects (to get a flavor for the type of work):
1) A mindfullness/wellness app founded by a Milan-based fashionista who’s worked with some of the biggest names in the fashion industry and was in Time’s top-20 list for the fashion industry multiple times across her career.
2) An educational app that’s going to be used by one of the largest financial consultant companies in London.
3) Branding + website design & development for a London-based product design studio who work with companies like Google, Nike, and Samsung.
I hope that’s enough to go with! If any of your students are interested, could they please link their portfolio, or some recent work examples (Instagram, Flickr, etc. is all good) to

Production Designer / Artworker Vacancy

Production Designer / Artworker
Application closing date: Friday 8th June (midnight)
Salary: £22-27k PAYE dependent on experience / skills
Start date: July 2018 (flexible)
First round of interviews: TBC
Second round of interviews: TBC
Location: Working in a studio alongside the canal by Broadway Market E8

We are a young independent publisher based in East London who make collectable photography books. In the past four years we have received critical acclaim from the likes of Martin Parr, Time Magazine, The Guardian, BJP and many more and in 2017 we were awarded the IPG Newcomer Award and our series ‘Tales from the City’ was awarded the 2017 Brand / Series Identity Award by the British Book Design & Production Awards. Our goal is to bring beautiful photography books to a much wider audience with a fairly tight brand aesthetic.

We are looking for a talented, super-enthusiastic book-mad designer to join the five-person growing team at Hoxton Mini Press in our brand spanking new offices. The role is specifically for production design in print:

  • Liaising with the creative director, photographers and freelance designers to bring books to print
  • Applying and evolving brand visuals across various platforms (website, books, newsletters and so forth)
  • Refining cover designs
  • Managing all visual assets
  • Preparing artwork for print


This is a highly technical role and should be for those looking to follow a design or production career within print publishing. You should be passionate about paper, production and colour and be highly experienced with InDesign and Photoshop. At the same time, you should have a keen eye for font, layout and sequence.

This is also an organisational role which will see you work closely with our in-house production controller, creative director, photographers and repro houses to make decisions about layout and materials and sequence.

We should be very clear, this is not a role for designing complete books and covers from scratch, that is done by a host of freelance designers, although you will be involved in the creative process at all stages and the role may well develop. There will also be opportunities to design a few in-house covers alongside the creative director.


  • A good sense of design – a personal portfolio of work is essential
  • Expert knowledge of InDesign
  • Expert knowledge of Photoshop
  • An understanding of colour management
  • A number of years experience within and/or a very good knowledge of print production


  • Happy to work in a small team and willing to muck in
  • Focused on detail and quality
  • Willing to learn fast and adapt to a changing environment
  • Have a clear passion for books and other print media
  • Be interested and knowledgeable about photography and the wider arts


£22-27K dependent on experience / skills


The job will start beginning of July – but there is flexibility.
There is an option for a 3-days-a-week part time position if that is preferable. To be discussed. Please flag on the application form if this is of preference.


There will be two rounds of interviews with a test of skills in the second. Dates to be announced.

Apply Here

Junior Graphic Designer Vacancy

An exciting opportunity has arisen for an enthusiastic and passionate Junior Graphic Designer to join a vibrant, industry leading media company in central London.

This exceptional graphic designer will join our busy multi-disciplinary design team, and will be responsible for designing all event collateral such as:

  • Logos and branding
  • Brochures
  • Signage – print & digital
  • Print and web adverts
  • Social media artwork
  • Website layout design (with opportunity of further web design training)

There is also opportunity to work on large coffee table publications, annual reports and significant print publications.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate a strong, clean and modern approach to design and express their interest, knowledge and skills in branding, print and web design. They will have the ability and confidence to work on projects from concept stage to final delivery, have the ability to work well as part of a team and build productive working relationships with fellow colleagues. Being proactive and confident in their communication of ideas and design is required and a thorough working knowledge of Adobe CC programmes including InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator is essential. Adobe after effects and knowledge of motion design is an advantage.

Working in a small team will mean more responsibility and will provide an incredible platform for progression and creative freedom. This role is ideal for graduate candidates who are keen to learn fast and ready to take on responsibility. A degree and relevant experience in a graphic design position is essential. Six months to a year’s experience is preferred.

For full job listing:

Digital Designer Vacancy

Purpose of the role:

  • To support the execution of marketing activity for the insurance and wider businesses
  • Help build reputation and external perception of brands
  • Create innovative artwork to help grow awareness and sales for all businesses
  • Improve user experience of digital journeys to build customer experience
  • Ensure consistent brand approach between all areas of digital experience from email campaigns to websites
  • Assist the wider business with internal comms approach and professionalism of corporate materials.


Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:

  • Work simultaneously on multiple projects, managing urgent requests and longer projects
  • Create artwork for emails, social media, websites, presentations and print.
  • Work within a variety of creative disciplines from photo-editing, to infographics, iconography and illustration.
  • Challenge briefs, by consulting marketing leads to ensure designs reflect each clients’ goals and effectively engage their audiences.
  • Ability to communicate and present ideas to a range of stakeholders
  • Stay on-top of digital trends to inspire creative, marketing and development teams
  • Develop an understanding of UX principles and integrate these into our workflow.
  • Enhance digital advertisements (and social media) by incorporating motion
  • Support web development team by updating content and creating prototypes for new pages


Desirable for the role:

  • Experience – Working with some degree of autonomy in an in-house or agency design team.
  • Skills – Highly computer literate, advanced knowledge of key Adobe software
  • Qualifications – Any advanced qualification that shows continuing development, for example UX, copy-writing, web design or marketing related.
  • Portfolio – Show breadth of work across a variety of print and digital assets and designs


Further Information:

Junior Designer Role Vacancy at The Grand Appeal

Are you looking to embark on a career in the charity sector, or are you looking for your next professional challenge? Perhaps you are looking for more than just a job. The work we do together at The Grand Appeal really makes a difference to sick children and their families at Bristol Children’s Hospital.

We are seeking a creative individual for the role of Junior Designer. The successful candidate will be a dedicated and self motivated individual, supporting our Creative Lead across multiple brands including our three charity brands, and our retail brands, Gromit Unleashed and Shaun in the City. You will have previous experience in graphic design whether in paid work or as an intern, and will be expected to play a full and active role within the brand and communications department and across the organisation. The main focus of this role is to provide support for a creative and effective in-house graphic design service, delivered to a high standard, responsible for the execution of a wide range of design work to enhance our brand, support our partnerships and help generate funds for the charity. This will include design for fundraising and marketing campaigns and merchandise across digital and print, working under the direction of the Creative Lead and the Head of Brand, Digital and Communications.

For more information: Apply Here

Grand Appeal Website:

There is no closing date for this role, as soon as the right candidate is found, the position will be filled. Applications should be submitted to




Bristol Women’s Voice Voluntary Position

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.