Conservice is seeking a Junior UX/UI Designer with an emphasis in Visual Design to join our team. As a UX/UI Designer, you will be responsible for creating visually appealing and engaging designs for Conservice's web-based software solutions, while also ensuring a positive and effective user experience.
This position will have the opportunity to redesign a major portion of the company's portfolio of client-facing and internally-facing products, and will have a significant impact on conveying the necessity and value of human-centered design. They will work closely with a more senior product designer and will report directly to the head of product design.
The ideal candidate will have a strong background in human-centered design and visual design principles and practices. They will be passionate about solving hard problems and making a positive impact in the lives and businesses of individuals across North America.
- Collaborate with cross-functional teams including product managers, designers, developers, and stakeholders to define requirements and design solutions
- Create wireframes, prototypes, and high-fidelity designs that effectively communicate design concepts and solutions
- Create visually appealing and engaging designs that enhance the user experience
- Ensure designs meet accessibility, usability, and design standards
- Stay up-to-date with the latest trends, technologies, and best practices in visual design
If you are passionate about creating visually appealing designs that enhance the user experience and are interested in joining an impactful, dynamic team, we encourage you to apply for this exciting opportunity.
- A bachelor's degree in UX design, UX research, service design, visual design, motion design, human computer interaction, human factors, psychology, or other design related degree is desired.
- 0-2 years of experience in UX design with some emphasis on visual design
- Proficiency with design tools such as Sketch, Adobe Creative Suite, Figma, or similar
- Strong understanding of visual design principles and practices
- A solid grasp of human-centered design (HCD) principles and practices, such as planning and conducting user research, user testing, A/B testing, rapid prototyping, heuristic analysis, usability and accessibility concerns.
- Excellent communication and collaboration skills
- Ability to work independently in a remote setting and manage multiple projects simultaneously
- Experience designing for complex web-based software applications is a plus, but not required