British Design and Art Direction is searching for designers to revamp its website and make it more interactive.
D&AD is looking for consultancies with at least two major sites under their belts to take part in a paid creative pitch. The existing site was created a year ago by Hyperinteractive. “We are not unhappy with the existing site, but there is always room for improvement,” says D&AD marketing manager Marcelle Johnson.
Hyperinteractive will be asked to pitch for the job and a shortlist of five will be drawn up in December. The new site will be launched at the D&AD Awards ceremony on 6 May.