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Brand Identity Developer

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Currently Employed in Scotland

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


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

A National Qualification (NQ) can be valuable in this field. Relevant courses include Art and Design or Graphic Design. This could lead on to a HNC, HND or degree in Graphic Design, Art and Design or Marketing.

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



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

A portfolio of graphic design work will also be required to show that you meet the required skills and abilities for the role.