Elephants Can Dance Hires Nick Vandermolen As Design Director

Elephants Can Dance Hires Nick Vandermolen As Design Director
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Digital solution agency, Elephants Can Dance (ECD) has recruited UX/UI digital expert Nick Vandermolen as its new design director and head of UX.

He will be responsible for cutting-edge UI and UX for leading and emerging clients.

Vandermolen brings his eight + years of experience and passion to ECD having previously worked at Isobar, Banjo and Tribal Worldwide where he delivered UX & UI solutions for Qantas, Transport NSW, McDonald’s, Citibank, Telstra, VW and Paypal to name a few.

Nick’s level of craft and desire to create amazing work opens the door to endless opportunities for ECD.

ECD managing director Az Yousaf said: “ECD focuses on delivering digital platforms that work for our clients and as we grow we need people on our team who understand that engaging experiences is key to design.”

“Nick brings UX and UI Design expertise to ECD, including a great technical ability, design experience, and a critical understanding of what clients need.”

Vandermolen said: “What attracted me to ECD is their refreshing and transparent approach to digital and they support my vision of constantly pushing boundaries for user interaction on both a functional and aesthetic level.”

“ECD is evolving rapidly to become a key player for data driven communications and digital experience platforms.

“I’m looking forward to being part of their continued growth and having the opportunity to help ECD build the future,” added Vandermolen.

ECD is a growing agency that focusses on the delivery of digital experiences leveraging Drupal and Sitecore – working with some of Australia’s best-known brands and helping them achieve more from their technology solutions.

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