Hey Everyone, look forward to talk to you. We are a disruptive start up in fashion marketplace segment working on core personalization.Featured@tech crunch, websummit,voted top 100 start ups from the Asia region by Tech.co& Red herring. We are hiring! Team of Ex-flipkart, myntra, garmin,abof, snapdeal and others. We look forward to see you onboard in this amazing journey forward. Thanks & Regards Govind Founder/CEO @ Affairal +919972668335/+918904013330 email@example.com Job perks : Free Lunch facility provided in the office
Key Deliverables Take forward our mission of ‘enabling the best workplace experience" Work with design and product team to build effective design solutions Initiate and establish creative concepts that will drive engagement Induce life and beauty into all our products Produce high-quality visual designs for web and mobile devices Define a visual language and rationale for all our products Create beautiful illustrations and visuals that attract customer’s appreciation and love Work Experience Requirements 3+ years of experience in designing product interfaces Strong portfolio to be presented and defended during interview Highly proficient with Sketch/Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator or any similar design tools Thorough understanding of typography and color theory Should have a good eye for details Educational Qualifications Design degree preferred
Plobal Apps is a leading mobile commerce platform for the world's best e-commerce stores - www.plobalapps.com. Our vision is to help businesses increase sales, revenues and customer loyalty using ML powered native mobile apps UI/UX Designer responsibilities include: Gathering and evaluating user requirements, in collaboration with product managers and engineers Illustrating design ideas using storyboards, process flows and sitemaps Designing graphic user interface elements, like menus, tabs and widgets Job brief We are looking for a UI/UX Designer to turn our software into easy-to-use products for our clients. UI/UX Designer responsibilities include gathering user requirements, designing graphic elements and building navigation components. To be successful in this role, you should have experience with design software and wireframe tools. If you also have a portfolio of professional design projects that includes work with web/mobile applications, we’d like to meet you. Ultimately, you’ll create both functional and appealing features that address our clients’ needs and help us grow our customer base. Responsibilities Gather and evaluate user requirements in collaboration with product managers and engineers Illustrate design ideas using storyboards, process flows and sitemaps Design graphic user interface elements, like menus, tabs and widgets Build page navigation buttons and search fields Develop UI mockups and prototypes that clearly illustrate how sites function and look like Create original graphic designs (e.g. images, sketches and tables) Prepare and present rough drafts to internal teams and key stakeholders Identify and troubleshoot UX problems (e.g. responsiveness) Conduct layout adjustments based on user feedback Adhere to style standards on fonts, colors and images Requirements Proven work experience as a UI/UX Designer or similar role Portfolio of design projects Knowledge of wireframe tools (e.g. Wireframe.cc and InVision) Up-to-date knowledge of design software like Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop Team spirit; strong communication skills to collaborate with various stakeholders Good time-management skills
Design at Rapido is an interdisciplinary group. We value visual design, interaction design, prototyping, and research as equal pillars of the product. Our ideal candidate will combine strengths across disciplines to create a powerful and effective point of view. For this role, Rapido is looking for a highly initiated UI/UX designer who has extensive service design experience and can play a key role in product definition and create elegant design solutions within a fast moving environment. The role will require taking on the responsibility of the lead designer as well as being a doer of it. Success in this role will be in creating a compelling design solution that can be built and scale. As a Senior Designer at Rapido, you get to combine a great visual aesthetic with a deep understanding how to make a complex product feel simple and intuitive. Rapido's products cross mostly digital and few physical interactions so you’ll need to be able to apply your skills to various contexts and mediums. You should have an inspiring portfolio, great design sense, a love for complex problems and the ability to clearly articulate how a product should work both in software and in the physical world. Lastly, you should have passion to create products that people love and that they’ll welcome into their everyday life. The work: Strategize, brainstorm, and define new software products as part of Rapido's product catalog Work with leaders to create strategic vision, collaborate across products, and be part of enabling critical organizational decisions for the well-being of the organization Translate abstract ideas and requirements into direction so that team can create tangible and beautiful design Integrate user feedback and business requirements into ongoing product experience updates Advocate for the prioritization of design centered changes, refinements, and improvements Author, iterate, and maintain documentation including storyboards, flows, architecture, mockups, prototypes, animations, etc. Consciously and exhaustively craft detailed use cases and contingencies Collaborate closely with cross-disciplinary teams of engineers, product managers and marketing Create production-ready assets that use all the capabilities of the latest industry technology Minimum qualifications: 3 years experience as a designer working on shippable products, including for iOS, Android, Web applications, and/or Hardware BFA, BA, or BS degree in design or a related discipline Preferred qualifications: Strong leadership when collaborating with design, engineering, product, and marketing Experience collaborating closely with a variety of other UX disciplines (research, copy, audio, prototyping) Ability to thrive and deliver results in an ambiguous environment Ability to distill complex processes into simple, clear, user interactions Excellent experience standards, visual standards, and obsessive attention to detail Experience designing software experiences relating and interacting with physical products Masterful understanding of technical requirements for iOS, Android, Web, and Cloud. Excellent written communication and documentation skills Ability to anticipate issues at a macro and micro level concurrently Highly organized and efficient when working across multiple projects to meet tight deadlines Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite, Sketch, and similar tools
We are looking for a passionate UX Designer who has a strong empathy towards our users (students). Here's a brief job description: Responsibilities - Resolve user pain points through great design. - Translate concepts into user flows, wireframes, mockups and prototypes that lead to intuitive user experiences. - Conduct regular user studies to validate our hypotheses and assumptions - Design A/B tests and experiments to compare variables
DeepIntent (www.deepintent.com) is a next-generation marketing technology company applying state of the art Artificial Intelligence to improve the way ads are bought and sold globally. As the only media buying platform offering deeply contextual campaign targeting of individual concepts and their related sentiments, DeepIntent offers advertisers a unique way to discover and dynamically message audiences across both the major exchanges and direct sold inventory. DeepIntent is pioneering a new era of understanding ad performance by user interests. In addition to higher yields, our publishers receive rich performance information on a per-concept, per-sentiment level, all in real-time and beautifully visualized on our UI.
We're looking out for a modern-day designer who is a jack of multiple trades and master of at least one. The designer needs to have expertise in UX and Visual Design, with a minimum experience of 2 years.What do we need?1. Right from conceptualization, wireframing, UI design to coordination with the development team for deployment of designs - is a must have the ability.2. Up-to-date with latest trends in tech and design.3. Proficient knowledge of design, wireframing and prototyping software.What you'll get?1. Fair compensation as per the industry standards.2. An awesome, young and enthusiastic team to work with.3. Flexible timings, free unlimited tea/coffee, pool and table tennis sessions, PS 4 breaks and a feel of college life after college days..5. Salary can be discussed on call.Note: Applicants need to have a proper degree from design Institute.
Looking for someone who has a knack for design. Professional experience in website and mobile app designing wud be an advantage.
We’re looking for a collaborative, organized UX designer well-versed in mobile application design and the digital realm who will serve as the user advocate for the team, take ownership of the UX process, and champion user-centered design throughout the company. You must be an effective interviewer who is excited to digest and understand complex qualitative data from user interviews and user testing sessions, and have experience working closely with a Visual Designer to create flows, design wireframes, and build prototypes to explore and communicate concepts to the rest of the team. Experience Requirements 1-3 years of professional UX design experience Formal degree in a relevant field (design, HCI, psychology, etc.), immersive program experience, or equivalent job experience Firm grasp on iOS and Android mobile design conventions Experience working with a team on a product from concept to launch Experience conducting and presenting user research, namely user testing and interviewing A Day in the Life A typical day as a UX designer at Cognitive might include sketching out a feature with the Visual Designer and mocking up wireframes as a means to communicate your ideas with the product team. You’ll get feedback, iterate, and conduct informal testing around the office to uncover glaring issues. From there, you’ll create a working prototype and head over to the client’s office where you have scheduled a user testing session. You’ll interview the user, place the prototype into her hands, and ask smart, unbiased questions that validate or debunk your hypotheses. You’ll share the results with your team, make recommendations for changes, work with the Visual Designer to iterate on features, and start the process over again.