A rare opportunity has arisen for a talented Senior Art Director to join the Fashion Quarterly and MissFQ team. We're looking for a team player with an innate sense of style, a strong interest in the fashion and beauty category and superb design skills, who is looking for the opportunity to make their creative mark on an iconic and much-loved premium title, along with an exciting rising brand in MissFQ.
As Fashion Quarterly Senior Art Director you will be responsible for the overall style of the magazine and related brands and will ensure that high-quality design is aligned with the values of the audience and advertisers. You will ensure best practice design is implemented into all content streams across all platforms and the brand is extended at every opportunity.
∙ Collaboration with the Editor in order to create exceptional visual concepts and executions
∙ Evolve the design of the brand
∙ Manage and direct other designers
∙ Brief photographers
∙ Work closely with all members of the editorial team to innovate and discuss new ideas
∙ Work effectively with a wide range of internal and external stakeholders, including advertising and marketing teams
∙ Assist in cost management by maintaining strict oversight of all costs and production processes
∙ Ensuring the brand design and style ethos is consistently reflected across all brand collateral and at all brand events and activations.
To be successful in this role:
∙ Proven experience in a senior publishing or agency design role
∙ Strong InDesign and Photoshop skills
∙ High level graphic design skills
∙ Creative thinker with the ability to balance commercial and editorial requirements
∙ Ability to set challenging goals, think and plan ahead as well as juggle competing demands
∙ Professional, organised and decisive approach
∙ Comfortable with all forms of print and electronic media
This is an exciting opportunity to join a company where you will be provided with all of the tools and knowledge to achieve success whilst working in a fun, progressive environment with people who are intelligent and passionate about what they do.
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Abolustely gutted to see Paul go, he’s been an awesome leader at 99 and bought a great vibe to the agency. He will no doubt smash it on his next endeavour and I wish him all the best, they are ...
What a loss for 99, but I’m sure Troy will carry on your good work. A true advertising legend and an agent of change leaving before the fruits of his labour are fully realised. Best of luck Paul in your ...
No mention of Ali Mau? I would hope Mediaworks are - at the very least - retaining her as a fill-in presenter for any of the key roles?
Sounds great; I'm looking forward to the new channel. Congratulations to Three for their much deserved success in the ratings.
Predictable, safe and vanilla. Will be forgotten pretty quickly I suspect.
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