A revolution within the dating industry. For years, digital dating has suffered a huge problem, in creating connections that last. With a lack of interactivity between users and no innovation to change so; our app looks to solve this fundamental problem. Project Calypso (Name TBC) diverts away from the current system, implementing tech that already has an active user base. We are looking for a graphic designer that’s confident in UI/UX design to become part of our team. An experience based opportunity to be at the forefront of the digital revolution, our projects will push you to your creative limits
The UI (User Interface) Designer takes technology and makes it cool, easy to use, and consumer friendly. The role requires an understanding of human behavior as the UI Designer works to determine how consumers will interact with technology in whatever form it takes: an app, a website, a car or even a television. You will find UI Designers in all kinds of industries that create the technology that consumers use every day.
The role is one part Graphic Designer and one part behaviorist. UI Designers figure out the steps consumers will use when accessing technology, then design models that shorten or streamline the steps in the process to create a better user experience.
USER INTERFACE (UI) DESIGNER SKILLS NEEDED
First and foremost, the User Interface Designer understands technology. They know at least a bit about a number of computer programs in the areas of graphics design, information architecture and interaction design.
The UI Designer is familiar with consumer marketing research and are skilled at content development. User Interface Designer jobs require an understanding of the balance of colors, textures and interactive elements (such as navigational design components) that make a user-friendly web page.
The UI Designer is a great communicator and patient when working in teams.
Hire UI Designers who are methodical and able to see the big picture. They also can break human behavior patterns into their most logical steps. They are creative but also scientific and organized. They're great at anticipating next steps and can apply their intuition to this role. The User Interface Designer has great attention to detail.
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