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Careers

UX/UI Designer.

Published on October 2019

What you will do.

  • Design intuitive, usable, and engaging experiences for mobile and web

  • Cater for the solutions’ information architecture and interaction flow

  • Create low-fidelity wireframes and interactive prototypes to communicate product functions to stakeholders

  • Design high-fidelity mockups. Maintain and evolve visual assets library and annotated design specifications

  • Communicate design ideas and interactions to development teams

  • Create and evaluate design concepts based on user research, data, and user psychology principles

  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams (e.g. product, design, engineering) throughout the whole design process, from definition to shipping

  • Clearly articulate ideas and recommendations on design solutions

  • Continuously discover and evaluate design trends to maximize UX design impact

What we are looking for.

  • BS/MS degree in Design, Computer Science, Engineering or a related subject

  • Proven experience as a UX/UI Designer

  • Solid understanding of the core elements of user psychology and visual design (including typography, layout, balance, and proportion)

  • Deep familiarity with Apple’s HIG (Human Interface Guidelines) and Android design patterns

  • Proficiency in design software (including Sketch, Framer, InVision). Experience with After Effects is a plus

  • Understanding of HTML & CSS markup

  • Problem-solving aptitude

  • Strong personal organization and attention to detail

  • Excellent English written and verbal skills

What we offer.

  • Highly competitive salary

  • Performance bonuses

  • Excellent working environment

  • Training programs & certifications

  • Designer conference attendance and talks

Do the above sound like you?

Send us an email with your resume, portfolio examples, and explaining why you are the perfect fit for this position.

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