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Designer # JN -112018-43049

Description:
  • The Manager of user experience and digital design is looking for a person who writes semantic, cross-browser, future-proof, and accessible HTML & CSS and has a passion for user experience
  • The Hiring Manager of this role believes that only one deliverable matters and is looking for an ambitious human that understands drawings of websites in Photoshop or Sketch do not provide a fraction of the value to a business as providing a beautiful working website at the end of the day. He is tired of UX/UI designers carefully crafting disposable facsimiles of websites at four breakpoints only to have it thrown away at the end of the project. This candidate must embrace this vision and help it become a reality
  • The candidate will also be expected to heavily groom traditional UX/UI Designers to build prototypes in production-ready HTML & CSS and help our team bridge the gap technically between designers and developers
  • Lastly, the candidate will understand the value of writing reusable markup, and will not only understand the value of a design system in a massive organization, but will be eager to contribute if it becomes a reality
  • Experience writing CSS in Sass is preferred, but not critical. This candidate will ultimately be working in Visual Studio Code (on a Mac) and collaborating code with true. Net developers with source control in TFS/Azure DevOps (GIT)
  • An online portfolio is preferred, although also not critical. However, the ability for the candidate to cite specific HTML and CSS that they wrote on websites in production will be


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