WaferWire is looking UI Designer for a client in Redmond, WA
Role: UI Designer
Team is working on the forefront of new experiences for our customers in search, maps, advertising, and news. We collaborate in a customer-driven environment where our decisions are grounded in responsible design, creating experiences that make the web a better place for every person and organization on the planet to achieve more. If you’re passionate about technology, have a knack for creative ideas, and lead with a growth mindset, we want to hear from you.
We have several design teams working on a variety of Bing segments. We are in need of a UI/Visual designer to support one of them, specific to Bing answers and segments design. This candidate must have strong visual design skills and attention to detail. They would be reporting to the ASK (Answer Segments and Knowledge) design lead and working closely with the team designers. Performs some aspects of the following work: Design specific solutions for Bing Q&A segment features. Exploring interactions and visual design for Q&A answers, while ensuring coherence within existing Bing design frameworks. This will involve creating specific design solutions referencing existing Bing visual system and interface guidelines. May implement or design prototypes and assist with presentations. May cross-collaborate with other design teams working on shared ideas, as well as working on other feature asks within the general team area.
- 3-5+ years of UI/UX and work-related experience required.
- Have a good understanding of UX (user experience, web, and mobile interaction patterns). Strong visual/UI design skills.
- Proficiency in standard design software (i.e. Figma).
- Excellent communication and project management skills required.
- Ability to work under constant deadline constraints is required.
- Must have the ability to understand technical issues and communicate information effectively.
- Proficiency in current and emerging web technologies (e.g. HTML, CSS) is a plus.
- Ability to discuss and present an in-depth knowledge of typography is important.
- Portfolio review required. Bachelor's degree in HCI, Design, Graphic Design, Industrial
- Design or related area required. A combination of education and experience may substitute for a Bachelor's degree.