A creative thinker that represents and executes the Y+ design ethos.
The design role requires collaborating closely with the Y+ professional team of consultants to enable clients to identify, design, and develop new and improved service experiences.
The focus of Brand Designer is on designing on-brand creative solutions.
The Design Manager oversees, supports and manages the delivery of design project requests and requirement.
The Design Manager understands all of the elements of the design process from end-to-end. They and are the relationship between the Creative/Design team and the Consultant/Management.
Their job duties are similar to those of a project manager. This role enables the designers to produce with focus on creative material required for each project(s).
The Junior Art director must have a natural creative flair and a strong visual style.
A junior art director is responsible for creating visual concepts in as required from consultant/client briefs and executing them working with the Art Director. This work involves all media platforms, including (but not limited to):
The Junior Art director needs to be natural visual thinker, ready to expand on their skills and learn from the senior Art directors in order to flourish.
Often working with the Art Director to develop ideas and concepts, the job demands the confidence to creatively assertive ideas and the passion to sell ideas to peers and clients. A junior art director will also have some responsibility to help develop the high-level design offering of the studio. Pro-active in approach, and with a genuine understanding of the visual medium, the role is very ‘hands-on’ and often busy.
Junior art directors are expected to present their work in a way that absorbs and engages. In time, it is reasonable to expect promotion and the chance to be a key figure in the Studio.
A junior art director needs a wide range of design and creative capabilities. These include: