Are you a senior UX practitioner based in Wellington looking to join an innovative inhouse team working on a large corporate brand?
Our client is looking for a passionate, customer obsessed designer who would like to work with a small, curious, rogue (push the rules, push the creative) product team of designers, researchers, creatives and builders that focus on the future. They are relentlessly curious and a catalyst for innovation by exploring and incubating next generation products and services that help solve what matters for a moving world.
The successful candidate is an effective storyteller and able to explore and translate complex interactions into simple, engaging experiences. You will be highly experienced creating sketches, user flows, wireframes, hi-fi mocks and functional prototypes to bring the customer journey to life. These concepts will then go through consumer research and iteration as new ideas progress through the stage gate process.
You must be responsive, flexible and able to succeed in a fast-paced, collaborative commercial environment with little supervision.
If you have been waiting for a senior UX role in Wellington and would relish the opportunity to contribute to high profile future focussed designs - send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email email@example.com or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 to discuss further.
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Absolutely loving it - great job!
This is a reworking of an old English campaign from decades ago where they noted signs of breast-cancer in old masters, right?
Embarrassingly for the industry, this certainly looks like a scam ad. A scam ad in my mind is a piece of work that is instigated by the agency for the primary purpose of winning awards, rather than having a real ...
How is this an actual media story - there's barely a point of view in this piece!
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