Mid - weight UX Designer

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Posted By:
Galina Velas

Job Description:

Our client in education sector is on the lookout for a mid-weight UX/UI Designer. 

Reporting to the  Digital Performance Manager you will partner with internal stakeholders while coordinating  user experienceinitiatives across a broad range of marketing activities to drive both business and customer success.
This is a collaboratibe role where you will deliver engaging, innovative and measurable experiences through sketches, wireframes, prototypes and visual design for our client's web and digital assets.

Key responsibilities and experience:

  • You'll promote user experience, advocate Voice of Customer (VOC), whilst contributing towards building a customer-centric culture within the organisation.
  • In close collaboration withstakeholders, you will plan, develop and implement a program of work to continuously improve high-value digital experiences
  • Utilising an established design language system framework and component-based atomic design principals, develop UX designs and prototypes that incorporates both visual (composition, typography, brand, etc) with interaction (page layout, navigation, interactivity, responsiveness, etc).
  • Using applications such as Sketch, Adobe CC and InVision you will build storyboards, wireframes and prototypes

For more information about the company and the role, contact Galina : gvelas@aquent.com


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