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UX Designer (HTML, CSS, Wireframe, Website, Print, Finance, Agi

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Recruiter
Harrington Starr
Posted
02 June 2014
Closes
30 June 2014
Ref
UX Designer
Contact
Elise El Ouardi
Function
Job Level
Contract Type
Hours
Salary
£30000 - £45000 per annum + benefits+bonus+package

Further information

UX Designer (HTML, CSS, Wireframe, Website, Print, Finance, Agile, User Experience)

Financial Trading Systems Vendor.

City of London

£30,000 - £40,000 + Bonus + Benefits

A global leading Financial Trading Systems Vendor is urgently looking for an additional UX Designer/Developer to join their growing team working on the development of cutting User Experience processes.

As the UX Designer (HTML, CSS, User Experience) you will be working in a design team of 4 people which will include the redesign of the UX interface for existing products and the completely Greenfield design for future products. You will also be working with the sales team to produce factual material in print, such as fact sheets and feature material.

You will not just be a designer but also somebody who would have had experience coding in HTML5, CSS, MVC etc.

This firm have grown from 10 people up to 60 people in the last 2 years and are consistently pushing the boundaries of what is possible with technology and design. Design is vital to the future of their company and they keen to find someone who is interested in continuing to grow with the company.

The UX Designer (HTML, CSS, User Experience) will need the following skillset:

  • Good understanding of UX principles - Essential
  • Good experience with digital and print design - Essential
  • Experience with HTML and CSS coding - Essential
  • Experience working with sales teams - Highly Beneficial
  • Experience working across a number of different devices such as Desktop, Tablet and mobile - Highly Beneficial

Please get in touch with Elise EL OUARDI at Harrington Starr for more information.

UX Designer - HTML, CSS, Wireframe, Website, Print, Finance, Agile, User Experience

Harrington Starr