UI/UX Designer - WFH Flexible

Starts Beginning of August
Duration ~ 1 Year
Status Freelance
Rate Up to $50 an hour/ depending on experience
Our large Fortune 500 Financial Services client is looking for mid-level UI/UX Designer to join their growing team!

This assignment will be for around 12 months and 40 hours a week. Currently, the organization is working from home until the fall. This role will require 3 days ONSITE when they go back to the office.

The UI/UX Designer must have at least 3+ years' of professional experience in corporate project management, a Bachelor's degree and a portfolio showcasing high quality designs.

The UI/UX Designer will be responsible for the following:

- Applying brand standards design libraries to create wireframes, mock-ups, prototypes and UX specifications.
- Creating design elements and components for various UX projects
- Understanding how to design UI mock-ups that can be passed over to the development team seamlessly
- Collaborating with the UX team in design trends and execution
- Handle UI production changes and elements as needed
- Following timelines and project deliverables as assigned
- Understanding how to leverage UX research and recommendations to make assets

Program Requirements:
- Adobe Photoshop
- Sketch, InVision or Axure experience
- Microsoft Word and Excel

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


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