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- Lindsay DesRochers
Are you obsessed with design systems and looking to make an astonishingly large impact?
Our TOP Fortune 500 company looking for a UI Designer to join their Design Systems Team. Seeking a talented and ambitious systems designer to join them in their mission of crafting a cohesive cross-platform design system.
As a Design Systems Team Designer, you will:
Work in concert with our Brand Systems team, Platforms team, and Product design team to build design systems and components that align with our brand, provide customer value and ensure holistic adoption across products.
Partner closely with researchers, content strategists, product managers, engineers, and designers from across the company to understand pattern needs, pressure test patterns in situ and advocate for new and emerging web technologies.
Deliver wireframes, mocks and/or prototypes for new user interfaces and interactions.
Work with a team of world-class product designers who love getting into the details, solving hard problems and have a great time together doing it.
To succeed as a designer, you should:
Be a self-starter and take a proactive stance toward achieving success on your projects.
Be adept at using Sketch, Adobe Illustrator, or any number of tools to get your ideas across.
Have a solid grasp of web and mobile design principles and have a good understanding of front-end web capabilities.
A little about our Fortune 500 client... We are always looking for high-energy, self-motivated, committed individuals who are passionate about their work. Our team members enjoy a challenging environment that places the highest value on innovation, accountability and playing to win. Our group combines the entrepreneurial energy of a start-up with the resources and trusted leadership of a major corporation. Our culture is based on open and honest communication, respect for other points of view and a spirit of fun that keeps egos in check. We offer empowering roles worldwide with a focus on creativity, competitive pay and benefits, professional growth, and performance-focused rewards.
Undergraduate degree in design, Human Factors, Human-Computer Interaction, Cognitive or Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Science, Information Architecture or 5 years experience in related field.
Must include link to an up-to-date, online portfolio in order to be considered.