Our client is looking for a Junior UX / UI Designer to join their rapidly growing team.
* Social and fun company culture
* Beautiful, creative and spacious office
* Fast Growing Digital Media Agency
This is a fantastic opportunity for an amazing Junior UX / UI Designer to join this fast growing, successful and award winning digital media agency, where you will be working for top brands on both national and international projects.
In this role you will work on creating experiences that people love! You’ll be working closely with the full team and alongside the senior UX / UI designer to create a product that looks, feels and works in a way which exceeds their client’s expectations.
• Commercial UI & UX design agency experience, showing successfully launched projects
• Strong strategic, conceptual and original creative thinking.
• An understanding of interactive experiences, channels, and design principles.
• An extensive knowledge of underlying interactive technologies including web and mobile.
• The ability to translate customers needs and motivations into actionable deliverables.
• Organized, exceptional attention to detail and a self-starter.
If you feel you fit the requirements and would like to be a part of this growing agency, then please apply with your CV and portfolio to email@example.com with the subject P2644 Junior UX / UI Designer.
For the right person our client offers competitive remuneration, incentives and career progression.
Please note all candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand
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