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  • LevelMid Level
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsGraphic Designer - Creative Lead - Website & Digital Designer


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About me

Jordan Williams is a Freelance Designer based in Hertfordshire and London. His passion lies in all things digital especially creative direction, brand identity, web design and photography. He's spent his career working with a variety of small businesses, startups, agencies and most recently menswear brand The Idle Man.

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  • Art and Creative Direction
  • Branding
  • Digital Desgin
  • Web Deisgn
  • Wordpress
  • CMS
  • Typography
  • Print
  • Photography
  • Graphic Deaign

Work history


Freelance Graphic Designer

Self Employed

Jun 2014
  • United Kingdom
  • Freelance
  • Throughout my freelance career I've worked with a variety of startups, small businesses and agencies. Previous projects include Branding, Web Design and Event/Wayfinding.


Creative Lead

The Idle Man

Aug 2014 - Dec 2016
  • Full Time
  • My role as Creative Lead at online menswear brand The Idle Man involved managing our in-house design team, interns and freelancers to create a curated yet disruptive online presence. I love working with different people to to create design solutions. On a daily basis I'd work with different departments of the team including editorial, photography studio, development and management. Designing the brand aesthetic required an almost unhealthy eye for detail and the ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously. To differentiate the brand from the other menswear retailers out there, I strived to come up with creative projects that engaged and grew our audience. Our History of Sneakers project gained a lot of reach online and was featured by many sites including Hypebeast, GQ and even one of our competitors END clothing. Other strategic areas I was involved included email newsletter, print and launching our AW16 Channel 4 campaign.



(hons) Graphic Design

Arts University Bournemouth

Sep 2011 - Jun 2014
  • Bournemouth, United Kingdom