The Web Designer will serve as the primary designer for the Interactive team and is responsible for the look and layout of interactive projects. He/she will work closely with front-end developers to create aesthetically pleasing, user-friendly digital experiences for stakeholders.
The primary role of this position will be to design user interfaces for interactive projects. The Web designer will take raw ideas from stakeholders and turn them into reality using industry standard design and web technologies.
Almost everything we do here needs to be translated into multiple languages. That means that everything we do here is XML driven. This requires a familiarity with the process of importing and parsing XML files to populate user interfaces and facilitate a multilingual experience for the end user. While the winning candidate will be working on a number of new interactive projects, he/she will also be relied on to update and maintain existing and legacy projects as well. This means working with a variety of sources and digital assets.
This person will provide accurate estimates for the creation of project timelines. He/she will keep accurate records of their time spent on projects using a project tracking system. The Web Designer will communicate project needs and expectations to team members for the sake of successful project execution and may communicate to the internal clients to manage expectations and keep them aware of current status.
Tasks involve but are not limited to:
• Create wireframes, visual concepts, mockups, etc.
• Write HTML, XML, CSS, etc.
• Provide estimates for timelines
• Code reviews
• Quality assurance testing
• Preparing interactive content for translation into multiple languages
• Implementing translated content into existing interactive projects
• Creative thinking to meet difficult challenges with elegant solutions
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