Experienced Designer

Ashton Under Lyne

Experienced Designer

Ashton Under Lyne

  • Salary £40,000
  • Great job progression
  • Quirky cool company

Our client is a leading manufacturer of Wall Art, supplying bespoke product ranges to national and key retail accounts. They work with exclusive artists, comprehensive in-house publishing facilities, a strong internal Design Team and the ability to produce to any brief within short lead times from their UK manufacturing base.


  • Unique role involvement in sourcing and developing artwork,
  • Responsible for creating the finished product through unique presentations and applications.
  • Key to your success would be the ability to assess the range as it develops ensuring we effectively cover a comprehensive range of imagery/colour/presentation/price points.
  • Identifying the latest trends in colour, imagery, presentation techniques and bringing them together within a commercial release.
  • Organising the sampling of different product applications and experimenting with different design techniques.
  • Managing multiple images in various forms of development to completion by involvement with different departments.
  • Sourcing imagery to customer briefs and developing tailored presentations for specific projects.

Skills and experience

  • Experienced in managing your own area and ideally have had sole responsibility for creating and designing bespoke product ranges.
  • Experienced within the Home Furnishing market or possess some form of art background/experience.
  • Good time management skills with the ability to prioritise tasks and meet deadlines.
  • MAC experience with Photoshop/In Design knowledge.
  • To be highly innovative, commercially aware and passionate about design.
  • Ability to drive the project, deal with deadline pressures and co-ordinate the development of finished ranges.

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