Visit my portfolio at www.chris-steel.co.uk Hard working, enthusiastic digital and print designer with knowledge of User Experience (UX) and User Interface (UI) design. I am organised, adaptable and imaginative with a wealth of experience as a team leader as well as a supportive team member. Above all, I am a good communicator and have demonstrated abilities to produce quality work within different areas of business.
Working within the marketing team across many areas of the business from Subscriptions to TES Institute and TES Resources. I developed, deployed and managed the creative Workflow for the department. Designed and created a wide range of print and digital materials including adverts, flyers, brochures, web banners, MPUs and promo materials. Creative lead for the Cosmic Classroom, a partnership between the UK and European space agencies, that brought thousands of children together, in the UK and globally, to link up live with astronaut Tim Peake at the International Space Station.
Sole company designer producing print collateral for in–house, national and international clients. Managed the design process from initial concepts to final sign off, as well as conducting face-to-face client meetings and managing stakeholder relationships.
Lead creative designer for digital projects and key member of the creative design team. Produced digital and print products for internal and external use across the UK, bringing creativity and innovative design to products while working within corporate guidelines. Projects included the redesign of the company website homepage and the launch of HealthMatters, BMI’s online magazine which has had a major impact within the company as a whole.
Managed design process, from initial briefs and concepts to proofing and delivery, across a range of digital and physical products within B2B & B2C environments.
Responsible for setting up a new division called Route One Print, designing and developing the brand, marketing material and contributing to the development of the e–commerce site. Route One Print exceeded its first years projected forecast.