Company Name:

Frost* Collective

Location:

Redfern, New South Wales, Australia

Approximate Salary:

Not Specified

Job Category:

Environmental Graphic Design

Industry:

Environmental

Position Type:

Full Time

Posted

April 4, 2018

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Senior Designer

We are looking for a Senior Designer to join our environments team in Urbanite at Frost*collective. The position will involve leading the creative delivery of projects, whilst also supporting the Creative Director with design and documentation, from project inception through to construction. Projects include branding and environmental graphics, signage, wayfinding and exhibition design.

 

Environmental and wayfinding experience is a must and ideally you will have had at least 5 years’ in a similar role and be able to confidently take a project from concept design through to completion with detailed construction documentation along with the supervision of production and installation.

 

We are in a beautiful converted warehouse space in the heart of Redfern, close to the station and great amenities. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a friendly and inspiring creative team, where you will have the chance to work on a diverse range of exciting projects within the built environment.

 

YOU WILL HAVE

• A thorough understanding of spatial design, architecture, interiors and signage / wayfinding principles.
• Experience in a range of software applications, including Illustrator, Photoshop & InDesign.
• Skills in 3D drawing and renders (3D Studio Max, Vectorworks and Sketch Up).

• Exceptional design skills combined with a solid understanding of materials, 3D design, detailing and documentation.

Company Name:

Frost* Collective

Location:

Redfern, New South Wales, Australia

Approximate Salary:

Not Specified

Job Category:

Environmental Graphic Design

Industry:

Environmental

Position Type:

Full Time

Posted

April 4, 2018

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