Calling young designers (up to 25 y.o.) looking for a chance to make an impact with an organisational rebrand!
**Young designers with a disability strongly encouraged to apply**
The YDAS - Youth Disability Advocacy Service is a statewide advocacy service that offers free individual advocacy service to young people aged 12-25 who have a disability.
We are looking for a young designer to work with on this rebrand. This is a paid project and a project fee will be agreed upon with the chosen designer. Ideally, you will have experience or qualifications in (or you might be studying) graphic design/multimedia design/communication design or related fields. This project will suit someone who can commit to delivering a professional standard of work within an agreed time frame. If you’re interested, we’d love to see your work and we will choose someone based on their PDF portfolio.
If you’d like to express your interest in this project, please send through the following to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight 8 January 2017.
•A small (max 4MB) PDF portfolio with a selection of relevant work
•A brief description of yourself, your background and experience.