Our client is a well-renowned integrated digital and brand experience agency in Australasia. This role is to work in their Auckland office.
As part of a brand design and digital team you'll help this agency continue to create beautiful user-centered experiences for hundreds of thousands of users - working with, but not exclusively on one of their major clients, a New Zealand leading banking app.
In this role you will:
• Work with the UX and design team to create intuitive user flows and detailed interactions
• Design with modern iOS and Android UI patterns
• Contribute to regular user testing sessions to help refine the design
• Prepare detailed finished designs for developers
• Collaborate with developers to ensure the best quality finished product.
• Show us polished design work on some digital products that are a decent size or have interesting and detailed interaction requirements
If you are proficient using Sketch or Axure with InVision, have a great attitude and a high level of work we can review – email your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store, email email@example.com or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 for further information. Reference Job 2667.
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