A designer who wants to create art for a local audience. This is where you can focus truly on your Indian audience. You will: 1. Conceptualise, design and produce new print and online creative solutions for internal and external audiences (website platform application graphics, flyers, social media content, etc.). 2. Design and execute quick turn production requests based on existing templates. 3. Manage brand guidelines for all products related to the company. Requirements: 1. Sensitivity towards the need to design locally, as we deal with people from different regions of the country. 2. Exceptionally good visual designer with strong typographic, composition and photography skills. 3. Ability to look at your work from the point of view of the users and examine how the designs you develop will be perceived by users. 4. Ability to work as an individual contributor as well as a team player. Work with exceptional and weird team-mates to build the largest platform built from India, for India.
CodeParva, The Era of Code About us: We ‘Code’ to develop Operations & Management software, which impacts both large Corporations as well as mom-and-pop businesses. Our core specialty lies in Self Storage management, Property Management, Payment Processing and modern Website Development Platforms. From Boston to Bengaluru – CodeParva runs Business What We can Give: -A top-notch platform where you can leverage your skills to design a complex, intuitive, responsive B2B application screens -A team which is eager to learn from you and to mentor you -A clean slate for new ideas & methodologies -A fair compensation for your contributions PS: Our entire team of 13 just planned, developed & executed the 1st formal Appraisal process of CodeParva What You Can Give Expertise in -Typography -Colour theory -Different platforms such as iOS, Android and Web applications. -Layout Design and Spacing methods -Iconography -Driving a user experience from start-to-finish that delivers results and empathizes with users. -HTML, CSS, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe XD or Figma, Zeplin. -Fluency in a responsive, intuitive, interactive and consistent design. -Ability to modify already existing solutions and also have the ability to design wireframes from scratch. -Review and test screens to ensure that your vision is materialized. What more you can put on the table -Good understanding of material UI design principles What will make your stand out from other applications -Experienced in B2B products. -Rapid prototyping -Communication: clarity in understanding & passing on the requirements -Prioritization: your time-management and delegation skills -A never-give-up Attitude! What we Value & Reward: We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company & we do not discriminate. We Reward loyalty and a never-give-up attitude.
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.