Motion Designer






Midweight Motion Designer who is curious and ambitious is wanted for this hot and so-on-trend creative agency, based in Farringdon, London, this agency boasts an exciting portfolio of clients, from luxury spirits, craft beers, tosustainable energy, art, fashion, fintech, and tech.

This creative agency rocks it across brand identity, brand campaigns, advertising, experiential, motion, film, beautiful graphics, to print and digital, CGIs – a holistic and integrated approach through and through.

As their Motion Designer you will actively support their Head of Digital and the wider internal teams on some of their largest and smallest global accounts. They are looking for a passion for all things digital, an interest in product and services, unique stories and opportunities and experience in executing beautifully crafted digital communications. Your showreel will clearly demonstrate your fascination and talent for animation and typography. They want to see your ability to design communications across a variety of digital touchpoints, i.e. social media, websites, emails, display banners, POS, OOH, interactive environments, and experiences – both in static and moving image.

Naturally, you will have creative flair, confident execution, understand branding and working to guidelines and be able to work well within a close-knit team. They want you to add value to the creative process, bring up to date knowledge of the digital landscape and be keen to implement the newest motion technologies as appropriate. You will also have great presentation skills and be able to confidentally present your ideas to a wide audience.

Being a part of this 35-strong team means you’ll be nurtured and supported, with a clear development plan and plenty of room to move up. A role like this rarely becomes available, because people tend to stay, the team loveworking there, it’s sociable, hybrid working, and could be the long-term home you have been searching for.

Holiday Allowance
Multidisciplinary agency
Pension Scheme
Personal Development Plan
Social Studio

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