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
Well done Steve and team.
I don't work in the beer industry however I do work in FMCG and the global trend towards health and wellbeing is what would of driven this brief. Perhaps the Government had indicated mandatory nutritional labelling and this was a ...
It’s just so cringe worthy and forced and for what? People don’t need nutritional info to want to drink beer? what dim witted marketer came up with this brief?
Congrats Willie. You and Matt in NZ are a formidable leadership team. Well deserved.
The set on this shoot is just plain weird, as is the wardrobe. Bohemian shabby chic squat?!?
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