UI/ UX Designer

Greater London Contract / 1 month £350. - £500. per day
Freelance UI/ UX Designers
I am working with one of London’s top design agencies and they are looking for a freelance Senior UX/ UI Designer (mostly UI Design).
They are looking for disruptive and powerful design, as its to design this agency’s own website, so think minimal, bold, colour, that kind of start-up vibe design. Imagine Monzo style of design (though this isn’t a corporate piece of work)
Here are the awesome things they are looking for:
· Experience with contemporary responsive web design
· Experience with emerging HTML5 animation and interactivity trends
· Ability to design striking responsive web pages with a narrative-to-scroll core
· Ability to design in a way that ensure easy back-end content updating (i.e. WP)
· Ability to design in a way that provides a smooth transition to dev (ie. using Figma)
· Understanding of SEO/social optimised design standards
· Understanding of A/AA optimised design standards
· Understanding of appropriate content treatment
The even better news is that this is Outside IR35 and fully remote! Dream combo : )

If this is sounding just like you, drop me a note and let’s see where it takes us!

Job Information

Job Reference: JO-2211-328917
Salary: £350. - £500. per day
Salary per: day
Job Duration: 1 month
Job Start Date: 02/01/2023
Job Industries: UI & UX Jobs
Job Locations: Greater London
Job Types: Contract

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