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The graphic design intern will be responsible for providing support to the marketing team through a variety of channels including digital, social and print.
This role will report to the senior content marketing manager and will assist with the development and design of sales and marketing collateral (including the design of flyers and posters for events) social media graphics, sharable infographics, web assets, white papers, and a variety of other creative tasks as assigned.
Primary tasks include:
- Developing concepts and layouts for new marketing collateral
- Preparing images to coincide with social and blog posts
- Creating templates for sales support materials, including PowerPoint presentations and pdfs
What we need from the ideal candidate
- Must currently be studying Design or subjects allied to design from a well-respected university, and who has the time and passion to commit to working 2-3 days a week at our offices in London
- Excellent knowledge of layouts, typography, line composition, colour and other graphic design fundamentals
- Experience with InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator
- Creative, fresh thinker with genuine interest in new technology and innovation
- Proofing skills are important, we need someone to understand how copy and design concepts must work together
- Someone with the ability to work independently and complete assigned tasks within identified time frame
- Organised, dependable and detail oriented
- An appetite to experience life in a true start-up environment
About Relative Insight
We help people understand audiences by helping them uncover how they speak. Our story started as a UK Government project to bust paedophiles online, heavy but important work!
Our technology is based on language comparison – we are able through comparison to tell the difference between how a child talks and an adult man doing a very good impression of a child, this helped the government and police intervene in these situations and save children from being approached by criminals online.
We can use this technique with any language data our clients are interested in by comparing any language from any source, examples are:
- Social data from Pulsar, Brandwatch, Crimson etc
- Reddit, Instagram or Tumblr
- Panel data from ResearchNow, Cint, SSI etc
- Review data – Trustpilot, Amazon or Trip Advisor
- Online communities
- Transcribed phone interviews/voice
- Transcribed focus groups
- Chat bots
- Employee engagement surveys
By running comparisons, we can show clients how to understand exactly how certain groups of people talk/speak, and how people talk tells you a lot about them.