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Job Title:

Interactive Designer - Minneapolis, MN

Job Description:

Digital People is looking for Interactive Designers that are the curious type, natural problem solvers, collaborators and are able to design for emotion and usability simultaneously. If you eat, sleep and breathe responsive web/email design while telling a visually rich digital story, then we want to talk to you!

Our clients are typically looking for talent that can:

  • Design for interactions and conduct user testing and feedback as part of an iterative design process. 
  • Work with cutting-edge mobile technologies and stay current on native UI components for mobile OS’s.
  • Work alongside the digital design director, visual designers, writers, UX and developers to discover, define and design digital experiences.
  • Take a digital project from ideation to launch in collaboration with the business, UX and development partners. 
Ideal candidates:
  • 3-to-6 years of design experience (agency or in-house experience required)
  • A four-year degree in graphic design, visual design or related field
  • A strong visual problem solver
  • Expert in applying visual hierarchy, interaction design, information design, color, typography, iconography, etc. in the context of a existing or new design direction
  • Possess a solid understanding and passion towards current and evolving digital design best practices
  • Experience designing responsive web sites
  • Understand and design to user feedback and/or technology constraints
  • The ability to both work autonomously and as part of a team. 
  • Possess strong attention to detail and highly developed organizational skills including the ability to prioritize tasks and meet tight deadlines
  • Possess a user-centric attitude and philosophy
Nice to have:
  • Experience working with UX teams and participating in sketch sessions
  • Experience collaborating with developers to properly translate visual design
  • Experience in app design
  • Experience creating screen interactions, transitions and animations
  • Ability to write, clean semantic HTML5 and CSS3 code in a responsive framework
  • Knowledge of Bootstrap’s front-end framework  
Digital People, an Atterro company, has over 25 years of dedicated experience for creative, interactive and marketing job placements in roles such as designer, developer, analyst, project manager, marketing specialist, user experience and copywriter. We understand that there is a bigger story behind every resume and that creative juices come from real live humans, so connect with us today and let us help you find a place to showcase your talent!

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Job ID:
269703

Dept ID:
10687

Location:
Minneapolis, MN 55402
United States of America

Industry
Sales & Marketing / Marketing

Job Type:
Open Position

Latitude: 44.9752

Longitude: -93.2705

Folder Group ID:54

Posted:1/20/2017

Domain:atterro

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Job Title: Interactive Designer

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Posted Date: 1/20/2017

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