The UX Designer will work closely with web developers to create web pages that are user friendly. Someone in this position is a problem solver and enjoys the challenge of translating big ideas into adaptable designs across desktop, tablet and mobile platforms.
he Graphic Designer supports the Marketing team in producing marketing collateral, logos, presentations, advertisements and other marketing and corporate communications. Responsible for creating a visible image that can be used in media and print. Uses software and hand-rendering to design products that meet the needs of the client.
The successful candidate must be able to demonstrate motivation and creativity in the conceptualization and design of accurate and appropriate materials and collateral including brochures, billboards, posters, graphics and digital deliverables including web content.
The UX Designer is responsible for creating and implementing designs which make human-computer interactions intuitive, easy, adaptive, consistent, and relevant to the task being performed. The UX designer must ensure that the design of a system not only satisfies the functionality that the user requires, but also considers the emotions that those particular pieces of functionality will invoke.
Coordinates internal and external subject matter experts to obtain required job and task information; creates learning objectives, design documents, storyboards, and other learning design deliverables.
In this role, you will develop various graphics for use in communications and training deliverables. These may include: website images, page designs (developed in Adobe InDesign), PNG learning objects, PowerPoint presentations, infographics, process flows, and other design deliverables - often with quick turnaround requirements.