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UX/UI Designer

Job title: UX/UI Designer
Contract type: Freelance
Location: Chicago
Industry: Retail
Remote: Yes
Reference: 415444
Contact name: Hannah Sweet
Job Published: January 01, 1970

Job description

Our well-known client, a key player in the retail space, is looking to add a UX/UI Designer to support their creative and design teams on a freelance basis. This role is remote and will be 40 hours a week and can be up to 2 year contract,  with potential to go fulltime. 

Overview:

This person will be working alongside other UX/UI designers on team, with opportunities to stretch across channels (Omni-channel initiative). Work with copywriter to review design proposals and partner tightly with business analysts that fall under App Product Team, Development Team 

Responsibilities: 

Client is looking for a UX/UI Designer and they will be responsible for:

  • This contractor will augment team’s current capacity, to support roadmaps and manage overflow from there 
  • Individual would jump onto projects that were slated for outgoing contractor at end of month – within the Find Care space - multiple phases within program, add functionality into app, working with 
       UX designer to build that out. 
  • Meeting structure, online collaboration, calls to talk through concerns, solutions with project partners
  • Meet with development – walk through solution with lead engineers on both platforms; reviews with stakeholders 

Requirements: 

  • Bachelors degree
  • Must have 3-5 years experience 
  • Wire-framing and building interactive digital prototypes Mobile Platforms – Android and iOs (design guidelines, understand at high level) 
  • Design Workflow tools (in change period, current set is broad – Sketch, Zeppelin, Envision, Adobe Cloud, Figma) 
  • Branding/UI 
  • Creating transactional flows 
  • Strong skills in persuading others, strong customer first focus

If you are interested in and qualified for this position, please forward your portfolio today! 

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