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UI/UX Designer Global E Commerce - Expired

Job Title UI/UX Designer Global E Commerce
Job Type Permanent
Industry
Salary Up to €0.00 per annum + attractive ++Benefits
Location Dublin City Centre, Dublin
Start Date
Our Reference BBBH1155_1559316224
Job Advertised 6 months ago

UI/UX Designer Global e-Commerce


A large and rapidly growing e-Commerce Platform company are looking for a UI/UX Designer to join their team in their next phase of growth . You will use your mastery of user-centric design skills to create innovate, intuitive, engaging, professional, modern, scalable, and beautiful user experiences for many different types of web-based business applications used in high traffic production environments.

The work environment is casual and collaborative, while still giving you the ability to work independently on your assigned projects and expand your technical skillset through continuing education.

Background Experience

  • A minimum of 3 years' experience in UI/UX design.
  • Excellent user-focused design skills and an expert understanding of usability standards (font sizes, colour schemes, colour contrast, intuitive layout and information flow, etc.)
  • 3rd level qualification in information systems, graphic design, multimedia, or a related field is preferred, but a strong project portfolio trumps all.



Good to have

  • Experience with Client-side languages and frameworks including HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript (e.g. jQuery, Angular, Bootstrap).
  • Server-side languages such as Node.js, PHP, Ruby, or Lisp.
  • Dynamic CSS preprocessors such as LESS, Sass, etc.
  • Git version control



The offer:
The role offers a highly competitive salary that will reflect your level of experience along with a performance related bonus & healthcare.

Next Step..
To apply for this UI/UX designer role apply with CV and portfolio to Edward Bennett in Principle HR
edward@principlehr.ie| 01 603 5071

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