At Purple, we create attention-grabbing moments. How do we do this? We design, build and deliver world-class B2B experience centers and all sorts of B2B digital brand experiences. We combine the power of storytelling and kick-ass visual content with technology that amazes your senses. We’re passionate about creative technical problem solving that ensures our clients succeed in the growing experience economy.
We use Hyro, our own digital storytelling software platform, to power and run our experiences. Hyro takes presentations, meetings, trainings, product reveals, and any shape or type screen to the next level. Allowing users to create their own interactive and immersive stories.
As a Creative Strategist for Purple:
Creative strategy is more than just coming up with solutions that work. It’s about mixing fantasy with facts, innovating through insights, and giving shape to big ideas that grab attention. As a creative strategist you will help design digitally led brand experiences from content to physical elements.
Infusing the business of our customers with the informed creativity it craves to help solve business problems and deliver value. We do this using creative thinking and critical filtering. Putting together the scaffolding for a strong concept that becomes the driving force behind the creative process.
In a multi-disciplinary team that serves international clients you’ll be responsible for the concept from start to delivery. The team will consist of internal stakeholders (in-house Studio, project management team, etc.) as well as external partners like architects and fabricators. Projects can range from content production to creating phygital (digital + physical) immersive experiences. Ensuring a complete, compelling and captivating end-to-end customer journey.
You’ll be generating lots of new ideas and are responsible for making sure that these can be turned into reality – we value a pragmatic approach. You need to be convincing and speak plainly — a good idea only works if others believe in it too. You need to be able to earn the respect of both senior management and front-line staff – trust is crucial for any type of creative teamwork.