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Miguel Barros

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  • Advertising
  • Marketing PR
  • Visual Arts
  • Print Design
  • Design
  • Illustrator
  • Indesign
  • Photoshop
  • Powerpoint

Work history


Graphic Design Artist


Jul 2016
  • London, United Kingdom
  • Full Time
  • In an ever-evolving marketplace, you want innovative, cost-effective digital solutions and assets that deliver - here, there and on every device, across all channels. That could be quick-to-market pitch content to head-turning online campaigns. From the user experience to user generated content, viral vlogs to HD video, we speak the language of digital. Hard-working, talented bunch. Channelling all their creative energy and conceptual skill into proposals, brand development, and marketing. Getting right to the heart of every communication strategy. And blending an ‘always be prepared’ mindset with a flexible manner to meet the most snug of schedules and deliver the boldest ideas. Microsoft experts – we live and breathe the Office suite. We create professional documents that look the business. But it doesn’t end there. Our aim is to give absolute control over the client's content, through templates, tools for automation. It’s what we do, and we do it well.


Graphic Designer

BMI Media

Oct 2015
  • Full Time
  • "In 2015 BMI will organise 52 student recruitment fairs and agent workshops in 15 different countries, while our Latin American platform, connects institutions with over 400,000 Latin American students a month. BMI are the experts in international student recruitment. Our clear purpose is to help institutions from around the world increase their international students from Brazil, Asia, Latin America and The Middle East. Via its market-leading international student recruitment fairs, agent workshops, university networking events and online digital marketing services. Well known as the organiser of the largest and most important recruitment fairs in Latin America, BMI’s clients include universities, language schools, government associations, higher education colleges, boarding schools and educational agencies from over 36 countries." BMI being a world wide known company and by having so many clients from different cultures and backgrounds, allowed me to explore the relationship between the company and the client. It was a crucial period where I managed to improve all my skills and my design practice. My duties involved designing campaigns for different countries (posters, flyers, media reports, logos, etc..). At BMI, I not only had the chance to work with graphic identities for different events, but also to design directly for the social media. By far the most relevant challenge I’ve ever faced as I learnt how to adapt my visual language to the feedback from the clients.


Graphic Designer

Kinéma Film Association

Nov 2014 - Dec 2015
  • Freelance
  • During placement with Kinéma - Film and Media Association, I worked in the Graphic Design division contributing to this project, - German Tourism, and managed my own research, liaised with various divisions, developed mockups and produced the final handbook which I was asked to. Utilising excellent communication skills: Portuguese (native / bilingual proficiency) and English (native / bilingual proficiency) I developed and maintained successful working relationships with the team.



Galeria Tinturatia

Apr 2014 - Apr 2014
  • Freelance
  • Collective Art Exhibition regarding the theme of Dance.



Graphic and Communication Design

University of Westminster

Sep 2014 - May 2016
  • This well-established and broad-based course aims to encourage your creativity, individuality and personal growth through the study of graphic communication design. The emphasis is on the application of skills to develop ideas and present information in ways that are engaging, meaningful, useful and worthwhile. You will be encouraged to develop your awareness and understanding of the social contexts and environmental responsibilities of design, so that you can identify communication strategies that will enrich people's lives by enabling them to be better informed about the world in which they live. You will learn to engage audiences through imaginative and creative design solutions that may challenge, persuade, shock, provoke, excite and entertain, but always aim to inform. You will also develop the transferable and cognitive skills necessary for lifelong personal and professional development.


Product and Industrial Design

Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Lisbon

Sep 2012 - Jul 2014
  • Product Design