Graphic Designer – 3D, Colchester -
Bored of the same old designer vacancies, putting out ream after ream of dull print for dull people talking about being, well, dull?
Do you really want to stretch yourself, bring new ideas to the party and actually be creative in your job?
Are you skilled with 3D animation and rendering packages such as Cinema 4D, Autodesk Maya/Revit or SolidWorks?
Do you have 3 years+ of agency-side design experience OR in-house B2B design experience in something like tech, software, construction or engineering?
If you’ve answered yes to all of the above, you might want to see the rest…
Small, mighty and just awesome, this B2B marketing agency in Colchester needs their new creative thinker, someone who’s fascinated by technology and can really show it off through their artistic flair.
The 3D side is vital here I’m afraid, as is an interest in – and ideally experience with – a B2B technical industry, so please don’t apply if you don’t have this, as we just won’t be able to consider your application.
You won’t just be doing modelling, because they want to hear what new ideas you have, too, giving you genuine creative freedom here.
You’ll also get stuck in with social, websites and printed collateral for their broad and exciting client base, so you won’t be bored!
If this sounds like the right next step for you and you have the essential experience required, please get in touch and apply. It’s easily commutable from Chelmsford, Ipswich, Colchester, Braintree, Bishops Stortford, Harlow, Saffron Walden, Cambridge, Bury St Edmunds, Basildon and Southend, along with most areas of Essex, Hertfordshire and London, even some areas of Suffolk and South Cambs.
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