Elliott Walker

Elliott Walker

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Elliott Walker

Elliott Walker

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Hi, my name is Elliott Walker and I am a graphic designer primarily focusing on digital design and branding. For my work, I create a unique visual language true to your brand/company, creating an easily identifiable identity that helps position you above and apart from the competition.
  • Quintessential Brands — Social Media
    Quintessential Brands — Social MediaHere are some of the social posts I produced while working at Quintessential Brands.
  • Deutsche Grammophon — Brand Identity
    Deutsche Grammophon — Brand IdentityThis is a personal project re-branding the identity of Deutsche Grammophon: a Classical music record label.
Work history
    Freelance DesignerElliott Walker
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    Since returning from my travels I have been pushing my freelance work, mostly in branding and digital projects, alongside looking for a permanent role.
    Junior Graphic DesignerQuintessential Brands
     - London, United KingdomFull Time
    As the in-house designer for Quintessential Brands, I predominantly worked with their premium gin brands; Greenall’s, Bloom, Thomas Dakin and Opihr. While there I produced social media posts, product packaging and advertisements, while also working on a wider array of projects both local and global.
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  • Publication Design
  • Branding Design
  • Digital Design
  • Adobe Creative Suite
  • Sketch
  • Web Design
  • UX Design
  • UI Design
  • Packaging Design
  • Wayfinding Design
    Leeds Beckett University logo
    Leeds Beckett University logo
    BA(Hons) Graphic DesignLeeds Beckett University
     - Leeds, United Kingdom
    While at university and college my work mainly sat within the remit of publishing and print design, but then latterly moved into art direction and photoshoot production. I can be a slave to detail and accuracy, so my work has tended to lean towards layout and composition rather than illustration and drawing.