Join us and design a better future.

We are driven by creativity and a collective passion for making beautiful, original brands that transform organisations and challenge the norm. At DixonBaxi we make creative work for ourselves, the people we work with and the people they want to inspire.

We’re looking for a Senior Brand Designer to join our ranks.

The Role:
This is a role for an ambitious designer who lives and breathes brand and is keen to join a close-knit studio working on ambitious projects with global clients. Our creatives work closely with strategists, creative directors, motion designers, and editors to translate brand strategies into work that is meaningful, inspiring and compelling.

Skills & responsibilities:
You excel at brand design and are able to translate strategy into brand experiences that you will build from the ground up. That includes logos, guidelines, typography, identity and how that is expressed at every touchpoint. You bring unexpected and original ideas to every project and are able to ensure they are executed.

Fundamental to the role is the ability to ideate, craft and deliver. As is the talent to build and present cohesive, engaging proposals with clear narrative, structure and pace.

As the creative lead, you will own large projects and lead a team of creatives to achieve the vision. The ability to manage multiple projects and remain flexible through multiple revisions while keeping a keen attention to detail is essential.

A successful candidate will be joining an ambitious independent studio full of driven and passionate people. Collaboration is at the heart of everything we do so being able to make a difference is guaranteed!

What we offer:

  • A competitive salary range based on experience.
  • Benefits include extra holiday entitlement for long service, regular performance reviews, pension scheme, free support and advice with our Employee Assistance Programme, an all-expenses-paid cultural weekend for two & our DixonBaxi family Friday lunches.
  • Please note that the role will be part-remote while things get back to normal, and then fully studio-based.