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We are a small, friendly design agency based in Leith in Edinburgh. We’re looking to hire an Account Manager to boost our team and help manage our increasing workload. Ideally, you’ll be able to work on any project, from design, branding and advertising through to brochure development, website and content management. Your primary responsibilities will include: – Client liaison and identifying additional opportunities for our agency. – Executing and managing projects through to completion, ensuring that deadlines are met on time and within budget. – Developing effective strategies in conjunction with the rest of the team. The successful candidate will have excellent organisational skills, exceptional attention to detail and the ability to develop strong relationships. A good level of strategic and commercial awareness are also crucial. This is a great opportunity to develop your career in a fast-paced and supportive environment, with plenty of opportunities for progression. If you’d like to be part of a forward-thinking design agency, please visit https://firefly-uk.com/about/careers to apply and submit a copy of your CV. Salary dependent on experience, no agencies please.
Posted 14 days ago
By Firefly Design Agency
At The Royal Bank of Scotland, the UX Team in Edinburgh is looking for an experienced and creative Visual Designer to help us make our new account opening solution better for our customers and staff. We’re working on a new system that will let our customers open bank accounts and apply for loans and credit cards as simply as possible – and we want to make the experience satisfying and welcoming. The role involves: · Interpreting and applying the new NatWest and Royal Bank branding and styles to existing and new interactions · Looking for opportunities to improve the visual presentation in our designs to create greater customer engagement and build confidence · Develop new ways of applying and extending brand elements to digital interactions · Developing concepts for new interaction approaches to address business and customer needs · Working with research colleagues to help construct and execute suitable insight gathering exercises · Supporting designers in finding ways to improve the customer experience and reflecting brand values · Assist in the definition of a visual design language, design patterns, and principles that centre around re-use · Developing assets for use by designers and developers Ideally you’ll have 5-7 years experience in graphic design in a digital context. As well as having a creative approach to visual design you’ll be familiar with rich interaction design including the use of animation techniques (e.g. to provide focus and aid communication/understanding). You’ll take part in customer research and testing and we expect you to make a major contribution to the creation of an engaging and successful application together with the Bank’s emerging Design System. You’ll be an active contributor and collaborator in a team environment, working with a team of designers and writers along with developers who are building our applications using Agile methods. Please send your CV and links to relevant examples of your work to Brian.Cooper@rbs.co.uk Role will commence in January 2018.
Posted 13 days ago
By Royal Bank of Scotland
Rhythm Machine is a nightclub which is founded on the idea that a city's music & contemporary art scenes should be intrinsically linked. From 2015-16, it was the sole resident nightclub at Edinburgh arts venue Summerhall & it is now based between Studio 24 in Edinburgh & The Art School in Glasgow. We are currently looking for artists for our May - December 2017 programme. For further information, please contact email@example.com (firstname.lastname@example.org), or call 07942740832,
Posted 9 months ago
By Above A Sleeping City