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Mid-weight designer

Mid-weight designer

The Way Design


Posted on 19 April 2017

Mid-weight designer at The Way Design

“I’ve been working in an awesome studio with amazing people and the best clients, and I’m so sad to be leaving.”

Becky, our excellent midweight designer is leaving to travel the world on her bike. She finally took ‘must have a love of the great outdoors’ in our job ad a little literally – and she’s off!

So we’re looking for a talented and very creative midweight designer to take her place.

At The Way we specialise in design, brand and interpretation for people and places. We’re fairly new as a business, but have an enviable international client list including national parks, heritage sites and global charities.

We work on brand and interpretation strategy and planning, wayfinding systems and exhibitions, mapping and illustration, marketing campaigns and brand communications in all media.

We’re looking for a self-motivated, thoughtful, all-round designer to join us at our studio in north Bristol. You should have a few years’ experience working in-house or agency side in a fast-paced studio, where you’ve gained proven experience in running projects end-to-end. Being both creative conceptually and able to develop and artwork your projects, you should have the confidence to take briefs and present to clients from concept stage through to managing delivery.

Experience and/or some knowledge of working in heritage interpretation, the public sector and museums and charities is a big plus. As is a love of the great outdoors, up to a point!

Take a look at our due-to-be-updated website for a rough idea of the kind of work we do.

We’re looking for someone who will help our business grow and create great work while keeping up with the day-to-day work and having a bit of fun in the process.

No agencies. No typos. Thanks.

How to Apply

If this sounds like you, email telling us how you fulfill our role requirements, plus your salary expectations. Please attach your CV and a PDF of your three best pieces of work.