Our client, a leading global advisory, broking and solutions company, is looking for a solid UI Designer to join their team.
Self-starter attitude and ability to work well within ambiguity. Adeptness at learning new technology and tools Excellent communication skills detail orientated, strong analytical thinker. Demonstrated ability to multi-task and work on virtual teams. Process driven with ability to modify approach. Must be self-motivated and able to remain focused on assigned projects. Ability to work effectively as an independent contributor or as part of a broader team. BS / BA degree or equivalent experience. Some travel is not expected but may be required (10%).
1. Experience with tools such as Adobe Creative Suite. Experience with HTML5, CSS3, Microsoft .NET technologies and jQuery. Experience with Agile methodologies are a plus.
2. Excellent CSS editing skills working from existing CSS files and editing them to reflect a new style
3. Excellent graphic design skills to be able to create/modify images to work in the designs as well as working with and implementing corporate brand standards.
4. Ability to interpret the abstract business and user requirements into an actual design and then code this into HTML and CSS.
5. Ability to review HTML and CSS and see what elements need to be added with a minimalist approach to ensure we don’t make a lot of changes to the code
6. Experience with e-commerce required.
Deep functional knowledge in one or more of the following areas a plus:
- Content Management Systems (CMS)
- E-commerce websites [nopCommerce or similar e-commerce framework experience a strong plus]
- HR software
NOTE: All submittals are required to have the following questions to be answered by the candidate and pasted on the resume.
1. This role may require an amount of remote working from key stakeholders. Provide examples of how you have been successful in eliciting clear problem understanding while working remote from key stakeholders?
2. Provide examples of how you ensure you have clear problem understanding.
3. Describe from a high-level, what are the major steps you follow to solve a design problem and why.
4. Describe a situation where you have had a disagreement with a key stakeholder over a problem or solution. What action(s) did you take, and what was the outcome?
5. What is more important, your solution or a solution fellow team members or stakeholders imagine? How do you ensure you have the right design solution?