£30000 - £35000 per annum
about 1 year ago
Our client is seeking a UX/UI Designer on a permanent basis to join our award winning team.
£30,000 - £35,000 Per Annum.
We help international students find a suitable course and university abroad, that meets their needs, eligibility and aspirations. We are an established business, but under new ownership, we want to focus more online to support our students' needs. As such we're going to launch a new website under a new brand.
We have an operations team based in Cirencester, UK, a sales team in London and an admissions team in Ecuador.
Who we are looking for?
We're on the hunt for a hands-on, passionate web designer with strong UX and UI skills to create our new website. You'll be utilising and expanding on our ATOMIC design elements along with other ongoing deliverables that the business might need. We need someone that understands the importance of a good design system, with exceptional documenting and organisation skills.
You'll be working alongside our contractors/agency who have already put together much of the website and ATOMIC design elements, but expanding and then taking ownership. We are very lean and you'll have to be comfortable jumping in where needed at times.
You'll be reporting to the Head of Product, and you'll need to have experience working with Engineers, Marketeers and Content Editors.
You'll have great experience designing websites, understanding the importance of responsive design with vast experience on mobile.
- Understanding of design principles and systems (preferable ATOMIC design)
- Extensive experience designing for mobile using a responsive approach
- Experience in delivering projects from concept
- Developing features from conceptual idea to final visual design
- Design UX flows and UI interfaces that are simple, effective and delightful
- Create products that are visually beautiful
- Portfolio with past work
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