UX/UI Designer - Global Payments Company - £550 per day KEY WORK OUTPUTS AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
* Gather requirements and feedback from multiple stakeholders translating them into world class designs (UX/UI) by driving ideas and concepts that effectively exceed the needs of internal partners and clients.
* Take ownership and lead design development throughout the entire design process, from initial explorations of narrative driven scenario development to sketch and storyboard to wireframe or hi-fi designs or prototypes to style guide to final design presentation.
* Translate new concepts, business requirements and workshop outcomes into storyboards and
* Push creativity and new ideas, challenge established thinking, and discover new ways of solving a problem
* Inform, communicate and present design strategy/rationale effectively to key stakeholders
* Collaborate with cross-functional teams of Innnovation Center and business teams to create
compelling interactive and best-in-class experiences.
* Work closely with prototypers and developers and clients to deliver the final product within an agile
environment as needed.
* Work closely with external design or research agencies and provide guidance. ESSENTIAL QUALIFICATIONS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
- Strong UX & UI design experience
- Mobile app design for consumer apps
- Generating original ideas & concepts and being able to demonstrate this and how these came to fruition in application
- Outstanding online portfolio demonstrating successful work samples.
- Expert knowledge of Sketch, Adobe CC and proficient working experience in prototyping tools suchas InVisionApp, Axure, Principal, Visio or similar tools.
- Possess a strong design point-of-view and proven ability to communicate it.
- Preferably working in design agency, consultancy, start up or established global corporates.
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