A leading Digital Design agency with offices in Wellington, Auckland and around Australia, is looking for another Senior Designer to work alongside their Head of Design in their Wellington office.
They are in the forefront of doing cutting edge design for one of the largest banking companies in Australasia. You will be surrounded by a like-minded and passionate team who are the best in the business, with an unbeatable work culture – work hard & play hard!
They are looking to hire for this role immediately, however they are flexible on the start date for the right person.
Required Experience and Skills:
*6+ years digital experience
*Have a strong portfolio of detailed user interface design
*Have strong knowledge of interaction design in a responsive environment (don’t need to be a developer – but do need to understand design constraints/opportunities)
*Be familiar working in a user-centered way, and solving user experience problems
*Enjoy seeing your work tested and improved with exposure to real users
*Ideally be skilled with Sketch and In Visio
What is on offer:
*Work with a friendly and supportive team
*Help shape a sophisticated digital product used by thousands
*An array of interesting and challenging projects
Get in touch with your C.V and portfolio now and let The Pond agents help you realise your market value and career potential.
Please only apply if you have an existing NZ work visa.
Great for validating the 'converted'. Missed the opportunity to connect beyond their 'tribe'. By the look of this, they canvassed those in the tent what they thought those outside the tent .... thought important....
Awesome effort - new positioning reinforces the beliefs that are already held so deeply.
Ben - Does it work ok in NZ? Have heard some of the functionality is a bit sketchy here?
I just looked up when they launched Citrus which was 2013. They launched 0% Citrus during the campaign time, but that product is tiny, so the Citrus launch was two years before the campaign time so you'd argument is gone.
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