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Graduate Graphic Designer

Job Added: 18 June 2019
Applications Close: 18 July 2019
Level: Junior
Contract: Full Time
Based: London
Salary: Undisclosed
Website: bdp.com

We're looking for an in-house graphic designer to join our team in Clerkenwell, London.

About BDP:

BDP is different. Our unique position as a collective with experts spanning the spectrum of the built environment gives us a special status and capability in the design world. We are place makers who work at every scale; from bespoke light sculptures to entirely new cities. We are passionate about the role of design to improve everyday life.

We respond to the demands of this dynamic and ever-changing planet with cross discipline design thinking which spans all of life’s activities. Our union with Nippon Koei creates a global architecture, engineering and design practice which fuses placemaking and user-centred design with large scale infrastructure skills.

Our vision is to be the world’s leading integrated architecture, engineering and design firm, delivering world class solutions which enhance the communities they serve.

Key responsibilities:

- To effectively visually communicate narratives provided by senior designers
- To produce high quality, error free, ready to print documents from supplied, technically verified content
- To ensure Photos and illustrations are correctly captioned and in line with branding and style guidelines
- To create information graphics and diagrams
- To produce documents and presentations using agreed templates in line with branding and style guidelines
- To interact with the content provider (Design Strategy Leads, Graphic Design Team) on issues and enquiries arising from files or data supplied
- Complete production of allocated documents within timescales dictated by the RIBA schedule
- To review methods of working regularly with a view to continually improving efficiency and quality


- Expert in InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop
- Motion/AfterEffects skills are desirable
- Familiarity in PowerPoint/Excel/Word
- Familiarity with the production process for books and documents
- Strong organisational skills, accurate & numerate with exceptional attention to detail
- Effectively meet project deadlines

How to apply

Please send portfolio and salary expectations to [email protected]