Graphic Designer/Product Development asst for Lagoon GroupThis job listing has expired
A games company based in Richmond, Surrey, is looking for a graphic designer. Reporting to the Head of PD, the successful applicant would help develop new products, taking them from inception through to manufacture. They would be involved in generating ideas for new games, sourcing manufacturing, creating content, liaising with researchers, copywriters, proof readers and external designers as well as designing artwork themselves.
They would be responsible for writing project briefs for new product developments and existing product refreshes. They would need to manage the critical paths for numerous concurrent projects and deliver strict deadlines. They would be required to mock up products and merchandising material for customers and internal approvals. They would also be responsible for developing some licenced products, designing product that adhers to Lagoon’s “gift” brief whilst keeping within the strictures of the licensors’ style guide. Applicants should have a minimum of a year’s work experience and be competent in Adobe CS (Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign) and ideally have some knowledge of card model making.
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