UX/UI Designer

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What does a UX/UI Designer do?

UX/UI Designer is responsible for building the user experience of websites and applications. He is familiar with the techniques of building user interfaces and paths, is able to conduct behavioral research and implement changes based on them. It is UX_UI Designer’s work that builds experience with the product and often influences whether the customer comes back to us or not.

Role in the organization:​

UX/UI Designer is responsible for creating a user-friendly interface based on the study of user’s behavior and perceptions. If user satisfaction and Customer Experience are important for you at work and you want to work in a company where your ideas are actually taken into account – do not hesitate and send us your CV! We are looking for a UX/UI Designer to create and develop websites and applications.

Our requirements:

  • at least two years of experience in a similar position
  • interesting portfolio
  • knowledge of wireframe tools, such as Wireframe.cc and InVision
  • ability to work with tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Sketch, Adobe
  • necessary knowledge to develop technical specifications for developers
  • creativity and aesthetic sense
  • goal-oriented and positive attitude
  • higher education in the field of the subject
  • knowledge of the English language

Your responsibilities:​

  • designing graphical interface elements such as menus, cards and widgets
  • managing website navigation in terms of UX
  • collecting and evaluation of user requirements in collaboration with product managers and engineers
  • development and demonstration of initial projects to internal departments and key stakeholders
  • UX problems solving, e.g. responsiveness
  • design and implementation of marketing automation
  • making layout adjustments based on user feedback
  • taking care of the quality of performed tasks


  • the opportunity to develop and improve your competences within interesting projects
  • work in a well-coordinated team of specialists in their field
  • great freedom in making decisions
  • working with the most modern toolset
  • team integration events and endless coffee and tea

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