Are you a top junior looking to step up in your career? Or are you a proven intermediate wanting a wider range of design projects to work on?
Our client is a cross-platform digital & creative production agency, are looking for a try-brid Designer, strong in Brand, UI and UX Design to work in their creative team on some big and exciting projects. Predominantly working in the digital and activations space, this agency is focused on innovative ideas, slick design and developing connections between brand and consumer at the highest level and in the most unique ways.
This digital team deliver websites, mobile applications, touch screens, software business solutions, digital signage, activations and online content. They are focused on innovation and the power of connecting to the consumer with the right message and medium at the right time, in the right location.
The agency of 40+ staff is made up of some of the best designers, developers, innovators, project managers within the industry. This is the perfect chance to move up the ranks, and work alongside a great creative director and team producing great work.
The role will suit someone who enjoys a variety of briefs, clients, and problems to solve and is able to work across multiple projects at once.
The successful candidate won't mind getting their hands dirty to assist the team when they need to.
If you're passionate about all things UX, and digital, and bring that passion into the work you do, then you'll fit in with agency well.
• Minimum 4+ years experience
• Experience in a fast moving agency environment
• Brand & Craft Design
• Designing user interfaces for web, mobile, apps, and integrated media
• Efficient worker, able to keep up with high output
• A passion for IA, UX, UI and ID demonstrated in your portfolio
• Takes a collaborative approach to tasks
• Able to plan and deliver all UX project deliverables (e.g. IA, sitemaps, wireframes, etc)
• Experience with Sketch, Adobe CC, InVision, and AvoCode
Experience in storyboarding, animation, editing, photography or illustration is a bonus
Personality & Culture Fit:
• Fast and efficient
• Appreciates team culture
• Willing and able - no task is beneath you
• Fun and Dynamic
• Central location
• Social activities and team building
• Working alongside a digital and creative team
• Career mentoring under a quality CD
• Ability to create award-winning work
Let Lorna and The Pond agents help you realise your market value and future career potential. Apply today, or get in touch for more information.
Please only apply if you have a valid NZ work visa.
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