Design Director - Integrated Digital Agency - Auckland
You: You will have 5+ years’ experience in a design or creative leadership role as well as extensive experience with design thinking methodology and applying human-centred design principles. A proven experience delivering world-class design work, excellent presentation and communication skills at all levels of both internal and client organisations. Proven leadership skills.
You will be responsible for the continued growth, evolution and development of the design discipline, leading a strategic design team that integrates human-centred thinking and design practices to uncover new ways of innovating, growing and evolving our client’s business.
You will be a trusted partner for clients as well as internal teams to ensure quality of relationship and work product. You will ensure human centred design principles are woven into the agency's offering and develop people, processes, initiatives and culture to help achieve organisational growth. Lead a team that delivers world-class design solutions. Provide strategic guidance, training, inspiration, motivation and advice in order to up skill and improve the entire department. Nurture key talent and assist with retention.
A digitally led creative agency. A collective mix of skills, experience, ideas and know-how. Based in Auckland, offering web design, web development, e-commerce, branding, digital marketing, media buying and SEO services. They create brands, campaigns and digital platforms that help their clients grow.
To find out more call Clinton Ulyatt on +6421442295, send your portfolio along with a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting job Ref. #5661SP
Who wrote the underlying jingle, originally?
How many people are left at Clems in Wgtn? I hear ddb have taken Fly Buys off them as well...
Nah no biggie
What's the total weight difference? What's the patty weight difference? What's the price difference? Do you like real tomatoes, onions, and pickles like the Whopper or secret goop like the Big Mac? The Big Mac only comes their way(socialism), but ...
Oh dear... This is incomprehensible.
This is the DUMBEST ad I have ever seen and boy have I seen some dumb ones.
Honouring the ads—and the agencies responsible for them—that make the biggest impact on consumers and get more bang for the client’s buck.
Use the ICG Media network of magazines, blogs, newsletters, video and content creation services to reach the new New Zealand.
Interested in becoming a sponsor?
Contact Vernene Medcalf
Who’s it for: Mai by MediaWorks and Radlab Productions.
Why we like it: It's nice to see the faces behind the voices in this ad. It's simple and feel-good, all while poking fun at some of the conventions of a music montage. Behind-the-scenes tricks like a hairdryer wind machine and torch spotlight are on full display for an extra laugh.
Who’s it for: MacKenzie Bread (Goodman Fielder) by The Enthusiasts and Curious Film
Why we like it: There's nothing like a bread ad to tug on the heartstrings. The grocery staple is as important to our lives as, well, (bread and) butter, so it's no wonder MacKenzie Bread likes to celebrate the process of creating its fine loaf. Nothing good comes easy but this ad makes it look easy as.
Who’s it for: Air New Zealand by Exposure
Why we like it: The latest installment of Air New Zealand's 'Where to Next?' campaign follows the same formula as its predecessors. Now the campaign has been around for a couple of years the latest ad seems familiar despite it being brand new. Showcasing Chicago and Los Angeles, it really makes us believe any destination is a possibility for our next trip.
StopPress provides essential industry news and intelligence, updated daily. And the digital newsletter delivers the latest news to your inbox twice a week — for free!