Digital Artworker jobs
A creative eye, time management skills, solid print knowledge are all qualities a digital artworker requires. So if you have that creative flare this could be the job for you. A digital artworker’s role is to take a clients ideas and concepts and produce finished artwork within often very tight deadlines.
What do digital artworker jobs involve?
You will be expected to work within the client’s guidelines to produce artwork that is of a high quality that is ready for print. This can be a challenging role requiring you to design bespoke artwork, to a very high level of accuracy, while under pressure while ensuring the client’s needs are met. The role is very fast paced at times and often with tight deadlines to get a creative advert to print. You would play a vital role in ensuring high quality output.
As a digital artworker you get to work on a diverse range of projects and clients as the role is very varied, a client brief can range from building a micro site to producing online flash banners.
As a digital artworker you will possess the skills to work with a range of digital software packages including InDesign, Photoshop, and Acrobat to name a few. As a digital artworker you would often work within a fast paced studio environment and report to a studio manager. You will work with art directors, copywriters, designers, planner, UX and developers. You will often liaise with an account manager as the account manager will understand the uniqueness of their clients and know what they will and will not accept.
What salary could I expect from digital artworker jobs?
The average salary of a digital artworker is around £26,000 a year on a full time basis, and is dependent on relevant experience and qualifications.
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