Brand Identity Developer

Average Salary
£27,040
Job Forecast
+3%
Currently Employed in Scotland
4,949
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What is a Brand Identity Developer

All brands have an identity - and if you have a passion for design and media, you could be the person to shape it.

Top 3 job tasks:

  • Crafting brand messages for businesses.
  • Designing stunning visuals for brands.
  • Ensuring that branding is consistent and that businesses are always delivering the same message every time they appear to the customer.

 

Getting in and Qualifications

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There are a variety of possible routes to becoming a Brand Identity Developer.

Useful subjects:

  • Computer Science
  • Social studies subjects such as media
  • Art

The Creative and Digital Media Foundation Apprenticeship would be useful for pupils in S5/6 interested in this career.

Entry requirements for courses can change. Always contact the college, university or training provider to check exactly what you will need.

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National Certificate or National Qualification courses can be valuable in this field. Relevant courses include Art and Design or Graphic Design.

You could also do a Modern Apprenticeship in Digital Marketing to develop your skills while also gaining experience in the industry. 

Further education can also be helpful, such as a HNC, HND or degree in graphic design, art and design or marketing.

A portfolio of graphic design work can demonstrate to a potential employer the required skills and abilities for the role.