UI/UX Designer

Recruiter
Think IT Reruitment Ltd
Location
Guildford
Salary
£40k pa + Benefits
Posted
10 Aug 2017
Expires
16 Aug 2017
UI/UX Designer UI/UX Designer required by financial services company, based near Guildford, Surrey, paying up to £40,000 benefits A UI/UX Designer is sought by a Financial Services company near Guildford, to design and create fresh new UI designs and workflows for new mobile and web applications using Adobe Creative Suite amongst other modern technologies. With a turnover in the hundreds of millions and year on year growth, as a UI/UX Designer, you will have the opportunity to shape the evolution of this CRM and create excellent and unified user experience across all platforms. Key responsibilities for the UI/UX Designer: - Taking responsibility for all digital design projects, creating layouts and all sites visually. - Creating user journeys, content hierarchy, sketches, wireframes and mock-ups. - Developing an excellent user experience across all platforms, taking into consideration the different needs of each platform. - Influencing user research and evaluating user feedback to enhance services. Key skills and attributes for the UI/UX Designer: - Experience with Mobile First design - any experience with App design would be highly advantageous. - A portfolio that illustrates a varied skill set and shows passion for design. - Basic understanding of HTML/CSS & Javascript - Familiar with User concepts including User Interface / User experience / Accessibility & User Testing - Proficient with Adobe Creative Suite and Sketch/Balsamiq Tired of long commutes into the city? Based in quiet country surrounds with lots of parking, with collaborative working surroundings, this family based team will offer you a relaxed environment to work in and could offer you a real work/life balance. If you would like more information on this UI/UX Designer position including a full job specification, please contact me, Jason Rees on for a discreet chat. Think IT Recruitment is acting as an employment agency for this role under UK Government regulations CEAEBR 2003