UX/UI Designer

Why This Job Is Important

As a UX/UI Designer you’ll work collaboratively within our cross-discipline teams to support design on digital products and experiences that deliver outcomes that address user needs and business goals. As part of the UX and Design team, you’ll help push the quality of design we deliver to clients and contribute to the improvement of our approach and process. This position requires a strong understanding of user interface best-practices, experience working with developers, and a high-degree of visual design skill.

Additionally, you think about how product and experiences will help solve human problems. You have experience in human-centered design practices, and love advocating for the user. You’re the one who usually asks the questions; what should we do, and why. You’re a constant learner, a maker, a tinkerer and a visual storyteller.

 

What You’re Good At

  • You think in terms of design systems to support scale and consistency.
  • You can make the complex simple.
  • You can help define what "done" is and know how to get there efficiently.
  • You have an understanding of current and emerging technologies.
  • You communicate your POV and deliverables through sketches, mood boards, UI Kits and guidelines.
  • You are aware of best-practices for creating beautiful and useful digital experiences.
  • You can work with high-level direction and drive towards clarity when things are ambiguous.
  • You can share your vision and articulate your design decisions.
  • You can demonstrate high aesthetic standards and taste by not only delivering great work, but knowing why it’s great.
  • You know the right questions to ask to support successful outcomes.
  • You contribute to the teams approach and methods to improve the overall literacy and quality of design at GoKart Labs.
  • You have an optimistic approach and can find the opportunity in every project to make the work great.
  • You demonstrate ownership on all projects and follow through on all phases of execution.
  • You are a fearless explorer that isn’t afraid to try new approaches and tools.

 

What You Have Done

  • You have a portfolio that shows expert skill in UX and Visual design and that you’ve designed for a variety of mediums including digital products, responsive websites, and mobile applications.
  • You have 2+ years of digital design experience working in cross-discipline teams with developers, strategists, marketers and product managers.
  • You have relevant education in topics such as graphic design, interaction design, user experience design or interface design.
  • You are proficient in Sketch and know your way around Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • You have experience with prototyping software, such as InVision App, Framer, Origami, Principle, Flinto, etc.

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