P3900 Senior Digital Designer

  • Auckland - City Fringe

• Award-winning digital agency
• Creative environment with a global client base
• City Fringe location

Our Client has an incredible modern and fun working environment, with the latest technology and lots of perks. Ideally, you will have 5+ years of UX/UI/digital experience in a known digital agency and relish the opportunity to become an influential creator within the team.

This role demands killer creative instinct; your ideas need to be fresh and your portfolio needs to reflect this with highly creative and masterfully executed work. You will be absolutely focused on user experience and the ease in which the customer interacts with your sites and products. The team is small and hard-working, so you need to be prepared to get involved in everything. You will also have a love of sharing new and inspiring creative ideas and developments in the digital sector.


- Team Player
- Problem solver
- Excellent communication
- Extensive knowledge of Sketch, Figma and the Adobe Suite. You’ll also need to be adept at generating prototypes in Invision, Studio, Principal or Adobe After Effect

If you meet the above criteria and want to be considered, please contact Natalie at Portfolio Recruitment using the reference P3900 – natalie@portfoliorecruitment.co.nz
You’ll need to supply both your CV and a Portfolio Website.

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