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I am currently freelancing, but also looking to find my next big full time role! If you think we could create some great work together, then I'd love to hear from you. In October 2015 I joined integrate creative agency, Spring. Working as a Mid-weight Integrated Designer, I designed across digital and print applications. I also art directed still life shoots, and concepted ideas for advertising campaigns. Clients that I have worked with include Christopher Kane, Browns, Lumene, and LVMH. At the start of 2014 I joined luxury retailer Selfridges as a Digital Designer, I primarily worked on designs for the company's website and occasional iPad content for use in-store. I also handled the art direction for editorial and still life shoots for Selfridges.com. When the site relaunched in the summer of 2014, we took on a new art direction for the site, pursuing a more editorial look a feel. The relaunch also saw the introduction of a fully responsive website, enabling customers to browse and shop with ease across mobile and desktop devices. We worked closely with the web development and UX teams to produce beautiful designs that were appreciated across all platforms. Upon leaving university in 2013, I immediately started working for e-commerce company London-Boutiques.com, for which I served as the main contact for the brand’s design work. This role allowed me to participate in a wide range of exciting design tasks, from the design and art direction of the company’s first catalogues, to the production of digital editorial content. I have had the opportunity to design for multiple formats and experience how these processes differ. In 2012 whilst working as an intern on the Condé Nast Tablet team, I was challenged to design and produce an iPad app for the Condé Nast College of Fashion and Design. This process not only taught me technical skills in this area, but also how to design for the user and how their experience may be enhanced through interactivity. email@example.com www.jennieclarkdesign.co.ukLocked Pro Plan feature
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