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Freelance Branding Designer

  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Contract: Freelance
  • Location: London
  • Industry: Agency
Job description Freelance Branding Designer - £200 - £300 a day.

I am looking Mid Weight and Senior Branding Designers for a small luxury boutique branding agency who specialise in Property.

As a designer you will be in the post for 1-4 weeks depending on which project the client puts you on.

You will be required to come up with initial logo concepts and roll out through brochure, website, hoardings, floor plans and press ads.

You must be efficient in the adobe suite and have a strong experience in property and be available in February and March.

If you are interested please email me on
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