Are you a senior graphic designer ready to join a new, exciting central city agency in growth mode?
Working with the support of a CD, four designers and two account service, you will be involved in strategy and understand how solid thinking informs the brief, and the work you produce.
Thinking and strategy underline this agency. Your aesthetic is clean, you will have impeccable craft and your design thinking will always reflect the business solutions.
Working across a wide variety of projects and clients - you will be equally comfortable connecting customers with brands, along with recommending innovative digital strategies and solutions. You will have the ability to seamlessly switch between brand and digital experience and will have high level experience of designing assets across both.
Being a smaller team with some pretty large clients, be prepared to work hard - as this agency is on a roll! You will in turn be rewarded with a greater design voice and opinion and ownership to help drive the creative strategy and direction of your projects.
If you are a conceptual designer with skills across visual and digital design and ready to leave your mark, gain industry accolades and looking for a design environment where you can grow, contribute and define the internal culture, then get in touch!
Send your cv and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email email@example.com, or call Hana at The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for more details.
Visit The Creative Store website www.thecreativestore.co.nz to view all our jobs online.
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