We are looking for a Junior Designer to join the Steampunk Stop team. The role would suit a designer with a strong photography background and a willingness to tackle a varied workload in a fast-moving environment. Steampunk Stop has some big ideas and we’d like you to come aboard.
Excellent Photography skills (Studio based and outdoor)
Editing/artworking digital photography for use on web and print
Saving out images to spec.
Adding additional value-added content (photographs, technical specifications, diagrams, videos, user manuals etc) when needed
Steampunk Stop Newsletters
Designing themed graphics
Creating newsletters using the existing template
Coming up with new ideas to promote product heroes through photo shoots or graphics
Creating themed graphics
Regularly helping to change content on a daily basis
Catalogue page layout and photography
Designing adhoc Steampunk Stop partner banners when necessary
Creating artwork for social banners and posts
Core competencies required:
An understanding of digital photography processes and a keen eye for composition
A great attention for detail
Proficient in Creative Cloud Apps: Adobe Photoshop / Indesign / Illustrator
Basic knowledge of HTML is useful
Experience with FTP clients such as Transmit or Cyberduck
Confident working on a Mac
Basic project management and organisational skills
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Please send your resume and cover letter to email@example.com
*To convert inches to centimeters, simply multiply by 2.54.
Dress Size Chart
Printable Tape Measure PDF: Download
Measuring your body for a corset is the same as measuring for a bra, the wrong measurements will be uncomfortable or create bulge no matter how you try and make it work so measure properly; don’t guess and be honest! An off the peg corset is designed to reduce your waist size by 4-5”. If you’re looking for more of a reduction you need to start waist training which takes time as its a permanent waist reduction.
You will need:
If you find it difficult to wrap a tape measure around yourself or can’t seem to get the grip of it, use a piece of string, wrap it round you and then measure it straight along a metal tape measure afterwards. this also works if you don’t have a fabric tape measure.
Alternatively ask a good friend to help or ask at a good tailors or wedding dress shop.
Now you have your number, we suggest you buy a corset with a 4-5'' reduction, so lets say you have a 28'' waist, you will need to order a 24'' corset, if you measure a 29'' waist we will still suggest a 24'' corset. However do take into account the full measurements of the corset which can be found in the product information section.