Are you a Product, UX or UI designer with proven experience and an interest in digital product design, and happy to commit to a 1 year contract?
This role is based in Auckland City, working as part of a cross functional team including Developers and Product Designers. You will be an accomplished UX designer, fluent in discussing the needs of your customers and be adept at breaking down the requirements and communicating your process clearly while aligning the online experiences to meeting the customer needs.
This leading Insurance company offers great opportunities to sink your teeth into, championing the customer and ensuring seamless online experiences in a one-year contract.
In this role you will design and execute all aspects of the user experience and interface design. This includes IA, workflow, wireframes, UI mockups and prototyping for the website and all online products, contribute to creative concepts and be active in the ideation space.
Proficient using Adobe CC, and Adobe XD, you will have experience with wireframing and prototyping software, and bring an upbeat, fresh approach to work.
If you are after a one year UX contract in the corporate sector - send your CV and work to Hana Chadwick at The Creative Store – email email@example.com or call The Creative Store on (09) 365 1077 to discuss further. Reference Job 2582.
Visit The Creative Store website www.thecreativestore.co.nz to view all our jobs online.
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