This is a weird one. I currently work at an agency with around 20 staff 4 of which, not counting myself are creatives. My position here is design director. I more or less set the title and didn't feel creative director was suitable. I have just been offered a position at a new company. It was advertised as Art Director but the role isn't really that of an art Director it was merely advertised as such to weed out the chaff according to the creative director. This new company is roughly twice the size with a larger creative team and a creative director in place. I will be working directly under him but he feels the title art Director may confuse some other staff and has decided to label it senior designer. However, there are other senior designers currently in the team who have less responsibilities. It's been a long time since I was a senior designer and I have no desire to be labelled as such again as understandably it appears to be a backwards move. I feel I've earned my stripes so to speak. I'm therefore looking for alternative suggestions for my position that is fitting for my experience level.