Snr Digital Designer - InHouse - ECommerce

  • Auckland

We’re looking for a Senior Digital Designer to join this expanding design team, at arguably one of the best work places in New Zealand.

Here’s your chance to take your user-experience and design skills to the next level! You will be someone who really puts yourself in the users’ shoes. It is up to you to improve their experience through design.
You will be applying yourself to projects from a creative perspective, taking basic concepts and producing these into refined creative digital solutions, across multiple formats. Your main task will be to develop concepts and information architecture, applying your outstanding digital creativity to brand platforms. You will be working closely with a wonderful team of designers, to ensure visual and interactive consistency between apps and websites. As well as designing, you will play a vital role in a dynamic and diverse group, including developers and UX researchers, to ensure a smooth execution of wireframes, prototypes, and the final design!

Auckland based. This really is a great company to work for, you will feel right at home in this friendly environment, with a supportive and nurturing culture.

If the above sounds like you, send your CV to quoting Ref 5130SP, or give Clinton a call on (+64) 021442295 in the first instance.

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