Junior Designer // Culture Trip
October 31, 2019
Culture Trip is a global hyper-growth startup operating in travel, media and entertainment. We create stories that reveal what is unique and special about a place, its people and its culture. In-house creative teams work with a global network of more than 300 freelance creators to produce articles, videos, photography, illustration and animation.
From just a dozen people in late 2016, the team has expanded to more than 250. This diverse group of software engineers, product designers, data scientists, editorial experts and content creators are spread across offices in London, New York City and Tel Aviv. Alumni of companies including Google, Facebook, Expedia, Lonely Planet, Spotify, Bloomberg, Viacom, TripAdvisor and the BBC have joined recently. A recent Series B funding injection from PPF Group of $80 million has further propelled rapid growth. Monthly unique visitors to the site have gone from 4 million to nearly 20 million, cross-platform social followers have increased from 1 million to 7 million, and app downloads have leapt from 50,000 to 2 million. Culture Trip videos have been viewed more than 2 billion times. Culture Trip, founded by Dr Kris Naudts, has been named by Forbes as one of the fastest-growing companies to watch.
Everyone working at Culture Trip is driven by a shared vision: to inspire people to go beyond their cultural boundaries and connect with the world around them. We want to bring the world to everyone and in doing so bring everyone closer together.
Work includes a wide range of projects from print to digital. You’ll support and work closely with the in-house team, collaborating with other departments in order to meet deliverables.
You’ll have a portfolio that showcases a high level of conceptual thinking and design craft. You’ve applied brands digitally, in print and have an interest in motion design.
Desired Skills and Experience:
- You’re able to present work in a clear, confident and engaging way.
- You listen carefully and respond positively to feedback.
- You’re a pro-active problem-solver.
- You’re comfortable working under pressure.
- You have a good knowledge of emerging trends in design.
- You’re a team player with a ‘nothing is impossible’ attitude.
- You have good knowledge of the Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
- Experience in motion design, illustration and/or photography an advantage but not essential.
Culture Trip is committed to equality of opportunity for all. We strongly believe that diversity of backgrounds, ethnicities, experience, circumstances, abilities and perspectives leads to a better workplace for our employees and a better product for our users.
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