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Design Brand Collateral with SportsWearCode

Location
  • This is a remote project.
Duration of placement:
  • 80 hours
Salary
  • This is a paid work placement at £6.45-8.21 p/h depending on age.
Hours per week
  • Full-time, approximately 40 hours.

About SportsWearCode

A blog reviewing all sportswear items, clothing and latest releases. Informing you of what the correct sportswear code is to follow.

About the placement

We’re looking for students to complete a short two week work placement focused on creating new brand collateral. You’ll be responsible for assessing the current brand, understanding the market and positioning, then developing a new brand style or content guidelines for the whole business. Working alongside the marketing or management of the business you’ll have the chance to hone your skills and learn more about creating and applying a brand identity whilst adding real value to the business.

Skills you will gain

Brand Design Market Analysis Graphic Design User Research

Key activities

  • Update or build a new brand style guide - one to be used by all employees.
  • Review the outward facing brand logo and create new variations for consideration.
  • Design and build a full suite of digital templates in line with brand guidelines.
  • Create a full business stationery set including email signatures and business cards etc.
  • Provide training materials for employees on how to access and use templates.

About you

You might have studied branding, marketing, mass communications or similar subjects.

Project contact

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Arvin Mahanta

Senior Marketing Manager at SmartBuyGlasses Optical Group (Motion Global Ltd.)

I am a senior-level digital marketing manager with an outcome-driven and solution-focused approach. Experienced in leading teams and operating in cross-cultural environments, I have consistently shown the vision and determin…

How to apply

Option one - Download the iOS app to make an application.

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Option two - Use the below link to make an application.