Freelance Brand Design for Production Company

McGill Productions | U.S. Only | 8 months ago

FixedFixedIntermediate (2-5 years)Intermediate (2-5 years)Long-termLong-termOver 30 hrs/wkOver 30 hrs/wk

We are looking for an experienced designer and/or brand strategist to look over our website, documents and overall brand to offer advice and guidance. We want to see if there is more we can do to get the most out of our brand, to make it look clean, modern and professional - whether that be making changes to the look of our website, re-designing our documents, getting a new logo etc. We are not specifically looking for all of these things to be re-designed, but someone who can look at each and say what needs improving and offering ideas and solutions.

We want people to be wowed by our identity, to feel a sense of trust in us and our team and for the website to be as strong as the content we produce. What's more, we want to get the company's personality across through the website. The site needs to be geared towards sales (it is where leads will come), rather than it being a simple portfolio site, so should be visually engaging as well as strong with copy/content. We want to be leaders in our industry, far exceeding our competitors and are open to suggestions.

You can read more about the brand identity here:

We are looking for someone with experience working with brands, who is able to solve problems with beautiful design. Our focus is mainly on the website and logo, although all facets of the brand need to be looked at. As a result, the job is open to a range of designers (graphic designers, web designers, brand designers etc).

The project is for a high-end video production company based in the North-West of the UK. We work with brands all over the world, in a whole variety of industries and sectors. We own and operate a RED Scarlet-W - one of the best digital cinema cameras on the market. You can learn more about us from our website:

Our set price for this job is $2000. This is our maximum price and we are keen to keep it below that.