As much as we love the recruiters out there, and by gosh I bet you “have some great candidates to send” our way… This one isn’t for you.
Right now, we want to find our own new addition. It just makes it feel like we’ve really put the effort in… Know what we mean? More fulfilling if you will, if we do it ourselves. It’s not you, it’s us. When and if we do decide to go out to recruiters, we already have several relationships with agencies in place. If you’re not already one of them, then we don’t need you, sorry.
Six & Flow is having a very impressive and sustained growth period and we need to match our client success with more of the right talent in the Design and Dev function of the agency.
We are looking for a UI/UX Designer to join our growing team. We’re looking for someone to join Six & Flow, working alongside our Design and Dev team, who can make a difference by pushing the creative boundaries and drive innovation and quality of the work we produce for our clients.
This role will be responsible for the design and implementation of the experiences a user has when interacting with a digital touchpoint, including websites, mobile applications or marketing content and campaigns. The UI/UX Designer will work closely with our marketing team and web development team to ensure seamless web/mobile design and the successful implementation of UI/UX best practices and principles across all of our clients’ digital channels and platforms.
We are looking for a dynamic UX/UI Designer who will be responsible for the user experience (UX) and user interface (UI) design of our client’s digital assets. You will ensure that all elements of the online user experience are optimised for improved usability, usefulness, and working with the graphic designer, create stunningly effective visual designs.
The successful candidate will evidence a passion for delivering adaptive and creative solutions to UX/UI design challenges by staying up to date with best practices and emerging trends in user experience design and user interface technology.
Requirements/Ideally you will have: