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Senior UX/UI Designer

  • Location

    Spain

  • Sector:

    Media

  • Contract Type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    Attractive

  • Contact:

    Veronique Amaira

  • Job Reference:

    6110

  • Published:

    6 months ago

  • Expiry:

    01 Jul 00:00

  • Client Details:

    Castille

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A thriving digital media company and a leading iGaming affiliate, based in Malta and Barcelona, is currently looking for a Senior UX/UI designer to join their team.

 

Main Responsibilities:

  • Designing mobile-first for modularity, adaptive framework, accessibility, and product expansion
  • Collaborating with product management and developers to come up with innovative solutions that will help provide solutions to support product team
  • Testing and refining mock-ups/high-fidelity designs with real users (online and offline)
  • Reviewing visual pattern libraries and styling guide documentation according to the product identity
  • Conducting design thinking workshops
  • Gathering and evaluating user requirements in collaboration with product managers, UX researchers, CRO experts and developers
  • Demonstrating ideas using storyboards, process flows and sitemaps
  • Design graphic reusable user interface elements
  • Conceptualizing original ideas that bring simplicity and user-friendliness to complex design roadblocks

Skills and Experience required:

  • Minimum of 4 years work experience and proven track record of user-centered & results-focused UI Design
  • Mastery of Mobile First Design with a proven track record
  • Expertise in typography, colour theory and building scalable design systems
  • Experience usability testing and user-centered design principles and methodologies
  • Experience with Sketch, Invision, Zeplin, Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects, etc.
  • Experience with CSS, Javascript, HTML is a plus
  • Strong analytical mind and a desire for making user-driven decisions