You are great at conceptualising and implementing creative directions that align and interpret a client’s brand communication strategy/brief. You have strong branding, logo and identity development with a team player personality. You must also have experience in FMCG Packaging with 5+ years of design experience.
You have an understanding and appreciation of how creative ideas and design needs to have strategic, commercial and financial reality in the marketplace. You demonstrate through experience a level of proficiency in all aspects of design from: idea generation to typography, layout to technical understanding and ability, to printing methods and QA.
You will be working within a great creative team and roster of clients, to truly deliver inspiring creative ideas. You are designated as a “Middleweight Creative” because of your experience, skills and ability, and understand the importance of good decision-making. You are the advocate of great design, but must also be the advocate
of the consumer.
You could be called on to be a participant in and contributor to each and every part of our process: from the acceptance of the brief, planning of the project, creating outstanding design directions, client presentations, to assisting other creative team members as required. You will be praised when your own efforts, and the teams are successful, but know very well the challenges.
They are a low profile specialist agency who pride themselves on the intimate and long term relationships they have with all of their clients. They have been entrusted with some of Australasia’s best brands since 1998 and their specialist team has a wealth of experience across many categories.
If the above sounds like you send your CV/portfolio to email@example.com, quoting job ref. #5336SP, or click the "Apply via Email" button. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Preference will be given to applicants entitled to work and currently residing in NZ.
Fantastic work. Also hearing great things about the Drive project in low-income communities. Congrats to all involved!
1989 called... They want their idea back. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmNymPocKro
Absolutely, have to admit this was confusing to me and my team as well.
Oh man, this is TERRIBLE!!!!!! So damn confusing...just have a straightforward rationale and stick with it Lightbox...
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