“I don’t like it, but I don’t know why."
“It’s not bad but it’s just not ‘there’ yet"
“So when do you need this? Yesterday. HAHA."
“Can you give us a few more ideas, but we have no money to spend"
Can you keep a straight face, grit your teeth and smile through these? Now try following that up with a quick, somewhat logical and pleasant response. Sputtering and forehead slapping do not count as appropriate responses.
“I know you said long hours, but I didn’t know you meant 24 hours."
“The concept just doesn't have enough legs"
“I was thinking of something like this, but can you make it different. Like make it happen."
“I want something wow. You go and think, you’re the creative."
Think it gets easier at the office? Think again. Between coming up with brilliant concepts and big ideas, making sure details don’t slip through the cracks and ensuring the creative integrity is kept in one piece; you will have to be a master juggler.
What we do can’t quite be put into words, so few in the office have much clue as to what we do, and quite frankly, half the time neither do we. But if have to have an ounce or two of common sense, a truckload of brilliant ideas, plenty of balls and a pinch of confidence, you’ll survive.
Consider yourself duly warned, but if you insist, drop us you resume to [Click Here to Email Your Resume] with a convincing reason for us to take time out to meet you.
- A legitimate Degree (not the sort you buy off the internet)
- Excellent spoken & written English so we can communicate
- A knack for words, and an eye for beauty
- Sarcasm and wit so we can get along
- Knowledge of Keynote because there is no other.
- Knowledge of design software such as Photoshop & Illustrator is a plus but not necessary.
- Ideating and conceptualising events based on client briefs
- Leading and overseeing designs done by designers that turn your ideas into visuals
- Putting together proposals and presenting them to clients
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