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Volunteer Infographics Designer & Illustrator

Africa Health Organisation (AHO)


Posted over 30 days ago...

Could you help an international health charity with creating their infographics and illustrations to help their work become visually illustrated and appealing on print and electronic media and social media so that they stand out and recognised.


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City of Westminster, W1J 5FJ

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Expires at anytime

What will you be doing?

Role brief We are looking for a talented Illustrator to create original pieces of artwork for print and digital publications and infographics and charity videos. For this role, you will collaborate with the Director to make sure you grasp and sketch out their charity needs to attract their audiences. If you can use your creative skills to turn messages and ideas into appealing illustrations, we would like to meet you. Ultimately, you will create illustrations that meet quality standards under ambitious deadlines. Responsibilities • Prepare rough drafts according to requirements • Combine hand-drawing and painting with digital media to create complete illustrations • Refine designs with illustration software • Use various colours, graphics and effects to better visualize each concept • Format images using computer-aided design (CAD) software • Apply isometric techniques to add perspective to complex shapes • Ensure that printed illustrations meet quality and colour standards • Brainstorm with the Director to come up with new ideas, patterns and styles Health Topics for infographics and illustration The following Health Topics will be used to create infographics and illustrations: Aging, alcohol, antimicrobial resistance, antiretrovirals, blood donation, breast ironing, breastfeeding, cancer, cardiovascular diseases, cervical cancer, HIV/AIDS, malaria, child health, climate change, cholera, diabetes, Ebola, epilepsy, disability, depression, hepatitis, immunisation, covid-19, mental health, nursing, among others

What are we looking for?

Qualifications and Skills Requirements

Degree in Design, Graphics, Visual Arts or relevant qualification 3 years proven work experience as an Illustrator, Graphic Designer or similar role Demonstrable portfolio of completed illustrations Hands-on experience with computer-aided design (CAD) software Solid knowledge of image editing and digital sketching software, like Photoshop, InDesign and Adobe Illustrator Drawing skills with an attention to detail (both by hand and digital pen) Strong aesthetic and conceptual skills Ability to collaborate and meet deadlines

What difference will you make?

The volunteer's impact on the organisation is increasing awareness for the charity to enable is carry out its projects in Africa. Since we don't have a design person, the Director does all the designing. The volunteer will be able to allow the Directors time to concentrate on managing the organisation and reduce stress from the Director by reducing his responsibilities. The organisation will be able to carry out its activities better with visuals. This will increase the morale of the staff if they know that they have design sets to help them do their work. As for the impact on beneficiaries, this will be enormous. Our beneficiaries are people in Africa and UK with health and social care issues. We will be able to provide visual information in areas such as providing COVID-19, anti retroviral therapy to people with HIV/AIDS in Africa, mosquito nets distributed to prevent malaria especially for vulnerable populations such as pregnant women and children. We will be able to improve health and well-being for people with myraid conditions such as diabetes, cancers, kidney failure, etc. Most African countries do not have kidney dialysis facilities for kidney patients and we will be able to prevent unneccesary deaths. Having visual design assets enable us to provide support to people in humanitarian emergencies facing wars, diseases and starvation such as in South Sudan, Cameroon, Nigeria and Central African Republic. We will be able to improve the welfare of the people in emergency situation. We will also be able to prevent maternal deaths and infant mortality which are high in Africa due to shortage of health service. In UK, the impact will be providing information and help improving the lives of refugees and deprived communities


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