UI - UX designer

Ref No. CLGMS300013646
Location Cape Town, South Africa
Start date ASAP
Job type Contract (6-12 Months )
Job Status Closed
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UI / UX Designer - Cape Town CBD

R300-380 per hour (negotiable depending on experience)

6 months initial contract extendable


UI - UX designer

The Job

Key Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Create UX/UI designs in alignment with business product requirements for the development team
  • Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs, keeping best practice in mind
  • Accurately record user requirements in detailed designs
  • Maintain and record iterative version control to ensure alignment and adherence to the design requirements
  • Design in accordance with the brand guide and resources to ensure brand consistency across all products, solutions and modules
  • Supporting marketing with design collateral and digital strategy and execution

Minimum Requirements:

  • 4- 5+ years of professional UI / UX, web design experience
  • Ability to design and create wireframes to provide to the development team
  • Awareness of best practice and keeping similar themes throughout a client journey
  • Experience in Front end technologies including: HTML5, CSS3 (SASS) & JavaScript/ES6
  • Experience creating/editing HTML Emails
  • Extreme attention to detail and consistency
  • Must be self-motivated and committed to building professional, world class applications

Key skills:

  • UI / UX
  • Front end technologies including: HTML5, CSS3 (SASS) & JavaScript/ES6

If you are keen to learn more and Apply, please send your CV to Melissa.slaymaker@networkerstechnology.com

Networkers acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Networkers and may assist with processing your application.

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