Senior UX Web Designer at People & co. Ltd

Ta' Xbiex , Malta

Posted on Sep 27 2017 (3 months ago)

Visas:

European citizens only

Do you have extensive knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator Creative Cloud?
Are you an experienced UX ready to lead a highly talented and creative team?
Do you consider yourself to be highly organized and having strong time management skills? 

Organisation Description:

Our client is a steadily expanding business within the Gaming Industry, based in Malta, with international development hubs. The business is highly developed in both B2C and B2B services and requires a team that is highly proactive and career driven.

Job description:

As a senior UX web designer, you will be responsible for the design end-product and work as part of a team responsible for visual excellence and branding. You will be a fundamental asset with regards to the creation and maintenance of well thought-out and highly enjoyable end-user experiences. All members of the web design team are expected to work closely with project managers and business analysts as well as other web professionals such as front-end developers.
Main duties:
Ability to function as part of a team in agile sprints.
Analysis and improvement of the end-user experience for any project.
Planning of overall website flow, end-user experience and site functionality.
Implementation of responsive design patterns and in-depth brand guidelines.
Creation of detailed design mockups, layouts and on-site elements to optimize visual appeal.
Creation of navigable static designs for presentation to management.
Competitive analysis; both within and outside of the iGaming industry to ensure the best UX/UI experience for end-users and to stay ahead of market trends.
Creation of vector icon sets as well as brand logos including variation sets of said logos.
Creation of well legible and maintainable documentation when undertaking new, or updating existing projects.
Designing of streamlined UI animations and online/offline graphic elements.
Designing of enticing and well laid-out content areas, newsletters, on-site/affiliate banners and on-site graphic elements.
Designing of highly converting landing pages and mini-sites.
Co-ordination with copywriters and graphic artists as well as outside agencies such as print houses.
Maintenance of a streamlined workflow including maintenance of project related ticketing.
Maintenance of organized file naming conventions and working directory structures.
Keeping up to date with the latest software, trends and technologies.
Senior duties:
Accurate time projection on projects for self, as well as assistance for junior designers
Time management of self and of junior designers
Mentorship of other designers when necessary
Ensuring department process is maintained by all members of the design team
Act as the glue and driving force within the design team when required
Report to the head of department.
Assume first level responsibility for design related deliveries.
Ensure brand guidelines are maintained by junior designers.
Assist, when required, in the performance reviews of other employees within the team.
Maintain team efficiency and team organization.

Skills and mindset:

Must have A strong portfolio of work.
Must have 5 years’ experience in web design as well as 2 years team leading experience.
UI/UX design for responsive websites.
An understanding of human to computer psychology of interaction.
Strong Knowledge of Agile methodologies, Adobe Photoshop Creative Cloud, Adobe Illustrator Creative Cloud and Axure RP prototyping software or similar.
Prior experience in creating brand guidelines within the iGaming industry will be considered an asset. 
Good drawing skills and experience using Google Web Designer are also beneficial. 

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