Graphic Designer (DTP)
D/DOCK is a spatial and conceptual design community that aims to develop honest and effective spaces for humans, nature and society. We believe we can – and must – make a positive impact on our environment by means of our creative integrity. We are a group of 50+ architects, engineers, designers, psychologists, project managers and developers who design for the human scale, from the inside out. In this rapidly changing world we’ve said farewell to the traditional boundaries of scale, function, process and physical environment. Our portfolio therefore ranges in scale from chair to city, from concept to activation, from local to international and from art to apps. We have recently found our new home in the upcoming area Amsterdam Houthavens where we have transformed a former sawmill into a conscious business community – DB55.
We are looking for a Graphic Designer that understands the true craft of Desktop Publishing.
• Take pride in creating, producing and archiving a range of high quality communication materials that incorporate text, graphics and photography;
• Are a team player with strong communication skills;
• Embrace the unexpected and have an open and agile attitude;
• Have a pro-active approach and are able to meet deadlines individually;
• Excel in Adobe Creative Suite of course, but also in Keynote;
• Have at least two years of transferable experience;
• Have a BSc degree in Graphic Design or an equivalent studies;
• Are fluent in English (spoken and written) and preferably in Dutch;
• Want to make a positive impact on people and the world around you.
Together with our art director you will be responsible for the design, development and implementation of the brand identity of D/DOCK and all its graphic design: art books, presentations, templates, website and interior graphics. You take ownership of our image bank and website.
We are not looking for content creating social media butterflies. Desktop Publishing is a job that we take seriously. We’re looking forward to hearing from you.
• A full-time position (part-time is negotiable), starting as soon as you can.
• Inspiring seasonal sessions, Friday afternoon drinks, sporting challenges and classes such as cycling tours and kickbox classes.
• An environment in which you can grow personally and professionally. Supported by study trips, workshops, a personal training budget and an open, playful and transparent culture.
• The nicest colleagues! (no joke).