internships design london
Digital Design Intern
To apply, please send your CV and portfolio to [email protected] with the subject line “Digital Design Intern”. We are looking for a passionate and motivated digital designer to join our team who will ideally have completed at least a year of experience in web design. You should be able to demonstrate strong knowledge in Adobe Creative Suite (Fireworks, Illustrator and InDesign) but also have knowledge of HTML and CSS as well as good knowledge of UX principles.
You need good insight into Google Analytics, SEO best practices and social media channels for your role as an intern designer at büro.
Digital Branding & Design Specialist
A digital branding & design specialist is someone who designs and develops websites, logos and other elements of a company’s online presence.
To be successful in this role, you should have an eye for detail and a strong understanding of the latest trends in web design. You should also have a great attention to detail as well as excellent communication skills. Experience with HTML5/CSS3 would be beneficial but is not essential as we will provide training on these skills during the internship if necessary.
The internship runs for 12 weeks starting around June 2019 until August 2019 at our offices in London (W1K), Monday – Friday between 9am – 5pm. There are no fixed hours so you can work your own hours around school or university but there will be lots of opportunities to collaborate with other interns working on different projects across various departments at Hello Design!
Hello Design! offers competitive rates which are reviewed annually dependent on market conditions rather than cost inflation alone – so you can expect them to increase each year by approximately 3%.
Digital Design Graduate
Digital Design Graduate
We are looking for a new graduate to join our Digital Design team. The role will be based in London and the successful candidate will be working directly with a number of different clients across the UK, designing and developing their digital products. You will be involved in all stages of the process: from research and strategy through to design, development and testing.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone who wants to work on projects at every stage of their journey from inception to delivery, whilst having input in how those projects are shaped by your input as well as being able to see them go live.
As a Junior Designer, you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of projects across print, digital and social. You’ll get to play with new technologies and techniques as well as being exposed to the latest in design thinking.
You will be involved from day one in all aspects of the design process from research through to production. As well as assisting with project briefs, you’ll help out with concepts, mood boards, user journeys and wireframes for apps and websites (iOS & Android). You’ll also be working closely with our other designers researching trends in fashion and lifestyle sectors that are relevant for our client base.
If this sounds like your cup of tea then we’d love to hear from you!
Web Designer / Developer (intern)
As an intern, you’ll be given the opportunity to work on exciting projects and develop your skills in design and development. The internship is based in London. This is a paid full-time position for three months.
It’s important for us that our interns are passionate about what they do and eager to learn new things, so if this sounds like something you’d be interested in then please apply!
Graphic Designer Internship
Graphic designers are the people who create the visuals that we see in our everyday lives. They create logos, brochures, posters, advertisements and all sorts of other marketing materials. Graphic designers are also responsible for developing the “look and feel” of a brand – their mission is to give brands a unique identity through visual expression.
To be successful as a graphic designer you will need to have excellent communication skills and be able to work well within a team setting. You should have an eye for detail and understand how your designs fit into the overall picture of your client’s business goals. As with most creative professions there is no typical career path but here are some general steps you can expect:
- Begin as an assistant designer or junior designer (paid or unpaid) while learning basic design principles and software programs such as Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop
- Move on to being an intern at an agency where they will usually provide feedback on your work – this will help you develop new skills like teamwork & time management so if possible try out more than one internship before committing long-term
- Consider freelancing part-time while looking for full-time employment opportunities
There are many internships in design in London.
The design industry in London is big, but not all companies have a full-time design team to create their product. This is where interns come in; they are people who are choosing to take time off school or work for free as an opportunity to gain experience and knowledge. In order for you to land a great internship, however, you must know what you want out of it. Here are some tips on how to approach your next internship:
First things first: why do I want this internship? The answer may seem simple at first glance — “I want money” or “I want experience” — but dig deeper into the reasons behind those answers and write them down. Why do I need money? What will this experience help me achieve? Once these questions have been answered honestly and thoroughly enough, then you can start looking at potential opportunities available within the design industry as well as figuring out which ones would best fit with your goals!