Mid-Level UI/Visual Designer - Freelance - Fully Remote/Off-site

Starts on or around 6/21/21
Duration 40 hours/ week, 3 months, possibility to extend
Status Freelance
Rate DOE
Our client, a boutique agency, is seeking a Mid-level UI/Visual Designer to assist their team for 3 months with the opportunity to extend.

This role can be remote or you can go into the office. You will need your own workstation and software.

The UI/Visual Designer will:
- Manage the web design lifecycle from concept to completion including design concepts, prototypes, and visual/UI design asset creation
- Create visually appealing page layouts, content hierarchies and interactions for our site and landing pages
- Ensure creative assets are consistent with our branding guidelines
- Ideate with our creative team to communicate and understand project scope
- Be able to convert a website to multiple formats (mobile, tablet, and desktop) to deliver a seamless and consistent user experience across all platforms
- Offer best practice feedback and a unique, informed point-of-view throughout the concepting, creative exploration, user experience, design execution, and website QA process. Our ideal candidate is collaborative and will be an invested member of our team; we are not looking for someone to play a purely executional role

The UI/ Visual Designer qualifications:
- Experience with responsive website designs and examples in your portfolio
- At least 3+ years experience as a Visual Designer
- Strong attention to detail
- Previous experience designing landing pages and/or websites
- Knowledge of best practices and latest design trends
- Ability to develop creative design solutions while adhering to branding guidelines
- Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, Figma, Sketch, and ability to prototype
- InVision, Principle, Zeplin, Protopie nice to have
- Basic Knowledge of HTML, CSS & JavaScript as well as browsers and devices ideal but not required

Submit resume (and samples if applicable) to: cc273@jobalert.creativecircle.com


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