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Design the Layout of the National Mental Health Programme’s Code of Conduct

The National Mental Health Programme

22 Mar 2020 Apply now Share
22 Mar 2020 Apply now Share
Task
Background and objectives
Requirements
The National Mental Health Programme requires a graphic designer to create a layout for the programme’s Code of Conduct (which consists of 12 pages). Your typical responsibilities as a graphic designer include: • Contacting internal stakeholders to determine the scope of a project. • Determining the message the design should portray. • Estimating the time required to complete the task at hand. • Developing design briefs that suit the internal stakeholder’s purpose. • Thinking creatively to produce new ideas and concepts. • Working with a range of media and keeping up to date with emerging technologies. • Demonstrating illustrative skills with rough sketches. • Incorporating changes recommended by internal stakeholders into the final design.
Art and design
Web and graphic design
The National Mental Health Programme wishes to support ideas communicated in the Code of Conduct with the design that the graphic designer will provide. The layout created by the graphic designer will enhance the look of the Code of Conduct and create a strong composition.
Volunteers: 1 needed
20+ hours per week / 2 weeks
To be successful in this role, you should have: • A BSc in graphic design or a related field. • A professional portfolio that features your best designs. • At least two years of experience in graphic design. Important skills include: • Familiarity with design software and technologies. • Excellent communication skills to accurately convey your concepts to internal stakeholders. • Good presentation skills. • Time management skills.
Global
English, Arabic

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