Job Description :
The Graphic Designer (GD) is responsible for all aspects of user interface design to include prototype development and coding of markup. He or she incorporates the business marketing goals, user interface standards (both internal and industry-established), and accessibility requirements to produce a user interface that accomplishes the functional requirements of the system. The GD regularly works with the Functional Architect to ensure that the design meets customer requirements. The GD also works with Programmers to ensure that the user interface is then coded properly. He or she may play a role in testing, particularly in the area of accessibility.

Responsibilities :
These are the responsibilities expected of an applicant interested in this position.
Graphic design for campaign projects
Campaign landing page design and development
Design support for Social Media Performance Program
Extract, evaluate and define key objectives during client engagements
Create and organize information through the use of wireframes, storyboards, user-flows and prototypes
Assist in creating original graphics/illustrations, layouts and creative interactive engagements
Prepare and pitch all aspects of design to internal teams and key client stakeholders
Assist in designing and developing user interface kits
Design graphic user interface elements, like menus, tabs, and widgets
Provide weekly check-in report of onboarding status as well as project status reports
Gather and evaluate user requirements in collaboration with business and technical team members on short timelines.

Qualifications :
Applicants are expected to meet these qualifications to be considered for this position.
Experience with Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, XD, Dreamweaver)
Strong core design fundamentals (Form/Space, Color, Typography and layout)
Experience with design and development of user interface kits
Experience designing graphic user interface elements, like menus, tabs, and widgets
Strong design thinking and empathizing with end-user, defining problems and strategizing meaningful user engagements
Excellent project management skills with exceptional attention to detail and follow up (commitment to deadlines, processes and policies)
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including professional presentation skills.