デジタル・アートディレクター / Digital Art Director

Posted Date 7 months ago(10/05/2022 5:15 AM)
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About Us

Geometry Ogilvy Japan GK was established in April 2019 as a partnership between Geometry Global and The Ogilvy Group to enhance our offering to brands in Japan in support of their business ambitions and marketing objectives. We believe in the power of creativity to drive meaningful change that delivers positive business outcomes. Now more than ever the ability for an agency to flex and adapt to clients changing needs is vital in the application of communications, brand experience, commerce and technology. Our blend of global and local expertise and marketing capability is designed to meet the challenges of today while setting our clients up for success from tomorrow and beyond.
Geometry Ogilvy Japan is a WPP company (NASDAQ: WWPGY).


The Role

The Digital Art Director is a crucial part of the team for one of our promient client, and will work closely with the Creative Director, Creative, Business and Strategy teams.

The successful candidate will have extensive experience in designing across digital platforms – web or social and is always looking for the newest trends in the digital world and technology. We are looking for a talented creative, capable of designing visual concepts to communicate ideas that inspire, inform, or captivate consumers across a wide range of media, with the ability to also deliver contents adhering to brand guidelines and the ability to understand performance data to translate into creative optimisation of content.



  • To confidently develop and present big ideas, that are consumer insight- and data-driven and solve client’s business needs, taking the idea through digital marketing channels like CRM, programmatic, social.
  • To execute ideas flawlessly, paying particular attention to consumer engagement
  • To contribute to the communication, demonstration, and evolution of the creative product at the highest possible standard.
  • To interact with clients, project handlers and strategists to gain a total understanding of the client’s business strategy and the market in which it is competing.
  • Work closely with other members of the team to ensure the highest standard of creative output which delivers against key objectives
  • To confidently take your approved idea through to production alongside a producer – in pre-production, on-set where required and in post-production.
  • To challenge creative briefs with additional ideas that prove our creative ability on top of the original brief.
  • To build & design compelling pitch decks (Keynote/PowerPoint)
  • To embrace new technologies and bring it into creative ideas and content.


Skills and Experience Required

  • Must have experience of designing engaging and well-crafted visual comms across all digital channels including social, content & CRM
  • Have been working in a similar position for at least 3 years in Japan, be hands on, and be able to work autonomously as well as part of a team, in a faced paced atmosphere.
  • Able to tell stories through crafted design, effective use of technology and visionary user experience, especially being able to command the client’s attention.
  • Experience designing for moving image - motion graphics & video editing
  • Big picture thinking with strong attention to detail
  • Great communication skills, written & verbal, when it comes to directing or presenting design concepts
  • Experience of another highly regulated sector such as Pharma or Alcohol would be helpful but not mandatory
  • Excellent Mac skills, fully conversant with Illustrator, InDesign, Photoshop & After Effects


The&Partnership embraces and celebrates diversity, inclusivity, and equal opportunity. We are committed to building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives, and skills. We are a worldwide creative agency that represents global clients. The more inclusive we are, the more brilliant work we can create together.



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