Are you a talented designer with a passion for creating video content? Are you self-motivated and able to think creatively, even under pressure?

As a video and graphic design apprentice at INKFISH, you will be required to work independently, assigning tasks to yourself, checking them off on completion, and asking questions where necessary. You will work for real clients under professional supervision, creating graphic and video content to be used in a professional context. You will work as part of a diverse and dedicated team, learning every day and creating high-quality designs that you will be proud to have in your portfolio.

As a video and graphic design apprentice, you are required to:

  • Work comfortably in different design programs (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Indesign.)
  • Learn online collaboration software and communication habits.
  • Create/re-create corporate identity items.
  • Create images and videos for social media and website according to specific templates.
  • Edit videos.
  • Create short explainer videos and export at the correct resolution.
  • Add voice-overs and music to videos.

Apprenticeships at INKFISH are a total of 500 hours (3 months full time). After a successful apprenticeship, you will leave with a letter of recommendation and in some cases an offer to continue working with us. If this sounds like you, we’d love to hear from you. Take the first step to joining our virtual team by filling out the application form below. Please note: This is a work from home position.




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Working at Inkfish was an eye-opener and a learning curve. I never thought that I would be connected by a click of a button to so many brains on a daily basis, thanks to technology. As a Zimbabwean, organising papers to go and work/study in another country is a nightmare.. Working from home was the best arrangement for me. Though I had challenges here and there, of shutdowns/power/internet etc due to the political unrest facing my country at the moment. I had to always be hopeful and keep the faith. Being bold enough to overlook all the challenges, working hard in order to break through to get what you have to in order 
to survive.

Nevertheless It didn’t lessen my drive to work and do what was required of me. It was however uplifting to chat and work with the Inkfish global team.

The working environment entails being in the comfort of your own home, in a relaxed fashion.

When all have been said and done count me in, I will definitely come back if the doors will still be open.

Tawanda Mutimukulu – Design Apprentice