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  • Finalizing files and artworks for all the jobs with pixel perfection and   speed.
  • Adapting artworks into many sizes
  • Incorporate quick changes recommended by the clients into the final design within the constraints of time
  • Ensures all work produced adheres to specified corporate guidelines
  • Prepare file for printing upon request; identify the size and the form with customer’s file
  • Develop graphics and material for presentations
  • Carries out work as briefed, unless variations to brief are requested.
  • Coordinate with the  media / printing agencies
  • Has ability to set priorities and meet deadlines in a dynamic fast paced   environment
  • Ensures the work is checked and signed off before releasing.
  • Retouches images when necessary.
  • Helps in creating storyboards, selecting graphic design elements and   developing 2D and 3D animations
  • Develop concepts Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, and Final   Cut Studio.
  • Collaborate with graphic designers and editors to develop motion   graphics and animations for entire show packages.
  • Create motion for television commercials, web, trade shows, special   events and DVD delivery.
  • Generate or source relevant video, graphics and audio elements to   creatively convey the desired message.
  • Maintain all graphics elements of the holding & subsidiaries
  • Maintain high level of production and quality control
  • Create new concepts & presentations whenever needed
  • Facilitate the main designs in a timely manner
  • Create social media posts designs and Vids

Job Details

Posted Date: 2019-07-29
Job Location: Doha, Qatar
Job Role: Design, Creative, and Arts
Company Industry: Construction

Preferred Candidate

Career Level: Mid Career

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