HOME is part of Bauer Media New Zealand, which also publishes Woman's Day, NZ Woman's Weekly, NEXT, The Australian Women's Weekly, The Listener, North & South and many more.
HOME New Zealand is looking for a part-time designer/stylist to join our small but creative team. This is a new role for a designer looking to work on one of the country's best magazines.
HOME is dedicated to residential architecture and design, and recently won Best Magazine Design at the Canon Media Awards. Each issue, we create a magazine as beautiful as the homes we profile.
Working directly with the editor and our award-winning design agency, you’ll have a graphic design qualification and a minimum of two years' design experience, as well as some experience in production. You'll be comfortable working with photographers and be confident running shoots. More than anything, you'll be as obsessed with typography as you are with home design.
Based at City Works Depot, Bauer Media is a diverse, fast moving, constantly evolving multi–platform media business with over 350 people, all bringing their passion and creativity together in order to produce great products that inspire others. If this sounds like you apply now, including cover letter and CV.
When did JustOne become a 'digital specialist agency'?
An unsurprising but still disappointing decision from the toothless ASA and BSA - did TVCAB have any opinion on this? http://www.medialawjournal.co.nz/?p=682
I wasn't going to congratulate Craig on his appointment to MBM. Now I'll send him condolences.
Dick move from GF. Not their first, probably won't be their last.
They tried, but were strongly encouraged to pitch by the client. And then not picked anyway.
I'd really like to think Shine declined to pitch on this... they did a great job getting the Vogel's work through a very under-resourced and uninspiring marketing team.
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