• High level clients
• Amazing central location
• Great team environment
A well-established brand and strategic design agency are looking for an intermediate designer to join their Auckland team.
• Strong communication skills
• High level of technical skills and knowledge
• Strong and original creative concepts for print and digital platforms
• Solution based, problem solving
• Great organisational skills and attention to detail
You will need to have 3-4 years relevant design agency experience and a strong portfolio of commercial work. This is an opportunity to work in a team of likeminded design professionals developing beautiful, creative graphic design for a range of top level clients.
As an intermediate designer, you’ll be responsible for producing quality design work. Day to day you will work closely with the Design Director and report to the Creative Director.
You’ll need to be strong across branding, document layout, typography and ideally have experience in digital.
This is an amazing career move to be involved in a well-established design firm with offices in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch.
Please email Natalie Sievers with your CV and website or PDF portfolio email@example.com
Please note all candidates must have the right to work in New Zealand.
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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