So you want to move into aSenior UI Designer role but there’s no opportunity to do so on the horizon?
Well here is the golden ticket you’ve been waiting for.
One of Melbourne’s most highly sought after agencies is going to acknowledge your talent by giving you every opportunity to step up into a Senior UI Designer role sooner rather than later.
They’ve developed a culture of collaboration, future forward thinking with a client side vibe, so you’re down to earth, humble and genuine nature will win you friends from the onset.
You’ll be joining an established team of UX/UI design guru’s as their User Interface Designer in a mid-level role that will give you the opportunity to grow and move into a Senior UI Designer role within twelve months.
One of the first projects you’ll be working on is for a SaaS and financial services product. This will lead to many other exciting projects which will keep you motivated and engaged for the long term.
Your passion for the human-centred design process and your desire to learn more about UX methodologies will be well nurtured too.
You love to engage with projects from the outset, designing user journeys, wireframes, flows, concepts and prototypes optimised for a gamut of devices and interfaces.
In your CV I need to see 4-7 years experience in:
Take UI from concept to design roll-out
Craft responsive modular design systems
Create UI style guides
Design for web accessibility
You may also have some experience in UX Design
Conducting stakeholder interviews & workshops
Designing user journeys, wireframes, flows and low/mid-fidelity prototypes
If not, then you’ll get to learn something new!
Ideally you’ve gained your experience working for a strategic, design lead agency so your Folio will demonstrate the beautifully crafted designs across well known brands.
If this sounds like you and you have the experience described above then apply here or email your combined CV/Folio to email@example.com
Only those with the requested experience will be responded to.
Ideally you will reside in Melbourne as this is a mix of onsite and offsite work.