Our client is on the hunt for a Senior Designer to work with the Creative Director on projects that range from branding to corporate design to retail and product development, across both print and digital mediums.
You will be passionate about the latest design trends, be willing to share your knowledge with the wider team and be dedicated to creating design work that not only looks the part, but delivers results. You’ll thrive in a fast-paced creative environment and be a confident communicator as liaising with clients and internal and external teams will be part of this role.
A portfolio that shows solid design experience across print and digital, from initial concept through to final development, along with excellent knowledge of Adobe CC and other software such as InVision and Sketch is key.
Based in the heart of Wellington our client pride themselves on being an inclusive workplace where they embrace development and want a team player who can bring their own unique energy to the already well-established social culture.
• The ability to collaborate with the team, or work autonomously when required
• Balanced understanding of graphic, print and digital design
• Able to take briefs from both internal and external sources
• Create and present concepts, then proceed to development
If this sounds like the role you have been looking for, please apply here or send your CV and a link to your portfolio to Tash email@example.com reference P4033 Senior Designer
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Why do we need more tourists when most of our best spots are full up with a never ending horde of people - to be honest we need to cap the numbers coming in?
You are a legend Andrew. Go well mate.
Simon, Rogan and team did a tremendous job. I believe the publisher shareholders have made the wrong call. Happy to be proven wrong but expect this will result in more spend going to the duopoly.
Yep. Sold off Ogilvy and Kantar and closed down designworks Wellington.
The big sell off is underway.
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