Digital Designer, Atomic Smash

Function: Designer

Role categories: Digital / Interactive

  • Rate/Salary: £20 - £25K
  • Location: Bristol
  • Starting date: 12/06/2017
  • Expires: 04/05/2017

Job description

Atomic Smash are looking for a digital designer to join our small team. You could either be straight of of University with knowledge of designing for the web OR a seasoned digital product designer who is looking for a great team to work within.

At Atomic Smash we design and develop websites for businesses and organisations, all our projects range in size and not two are ever the same.

Recent projects include:

Whitechapel Gallery London

38 degrees

Bristol Festival of ideas

Studio Voltaire & House of Voltaire

In Between Time Festival


Knowle West Media Centre

Little White Lies 

You will be joining a team of 5 and will work along side developers and a UX designer, you will be the main designer within the company.

A typical day will include:

  • Producing Prototypes – Paper and or Digital
  • Creating Wireframes
  • Lightly writing or modifying HTML / CSS
  • Email Design
  • Developing light brand guidelines / best practices
  • Using existing brand guidelines and applying them to a digital canvas
  • Exploring user experience design and good practice
  • Arranging testing
  • Designing in the browser
  • Using Sketch for designing
  • Articulating ideas clearly to the rest of the team
  • Explaining ideas to clients using whatever tools are needed to get the point across

Salary depends on experience. £20 – £25K

Please email CV / link to portfolio / cover letter to or contact the office on 0117 933 8513 if you have further questions.

You can see more of the kind of projects we have worked on here.

Only candidates who are chosen for an interview are guaranteed to be contacted, however we will endeavour to get back to everyone (depending on volume of applicants)

Application closes on 4th May. Interviews will be held week beginning 15th May. Role starts 12th June.


36 Days holiday per year, this includes Bank Holidays and an office close for 2 weeks at Xmas.

Workplace pension as of early 2017.