A leading digital agency is looking for a Senior UX Designer / Architect to join their team on a 6 month contract which will mirror a new large project. Ideally they’re looking for someone to start in the next 2-4 weeks. A contract like this is a few and far between so please do not delay in expressing your interest in this position.
They are ready to interview candidates immediately.
∙ 8 years + experience with software, web and/or mobile applications
∙ Strong UX portfolio & case studies
∙ User Research, UX planning and development
∙ Creating wireframes
∙ Strong understanding and execution of interaction design and visual design principles
∙ Develop content and workflow maps
∙ Putting forward innovative solutions within platform restraints and technical limitations
∙ Interaction with clients
∙ Collaboration with the marketing, sales, creative, and development team
∙ Keeping up with UX trends and technology
∙ Knowledge of relevant software such as UX Pin, Visio, InVision, and/or Axure,
∙ Strong leadership skills
∙ Highly Conceptual, Analytical and Strategic
∙ Exceptional attention to detail
∙ Strong presentation skills
∙ Clear verbal and written communication skills
∙ Experience in the financial industry would be a bonus
∙ Tertiary degree
Please ONLY apply if you are already based in NZ and have a valid NZ work visa.
If this sounds like you, please submit your C.V, work examples or full portfolio today
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Perhaps Agencies could employ these same best practice parameters when pitching Directors against each other?
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