UX Developer (£30k - £40k) – Antrim with remote working
Web accessibility has become more and more important these days.
The internet is now considered a necessity and therefore should be useful to diverse audiences.
That has been emphasised further by the recent pandemic.
“Accessible design is an inclusive solution in providing a structural pathway for better navigation and a great user experience for people with or without physical, emotional, and mental limitations.” - David Gevorkian.
I have attended numerous UX meetups over the years, and it is clear how many UX designers and Front-End Developers are keen to ensure there are designs accessible for all.
This role will allow you to work on a suite of software products that were developed with accessibility in mind.
Join a local company who are at the leading edge of end-user software.
They develop assistive learning solutions help people of all ages achieve their potential by understanding, reading, writing, and communicating with greater ease and confidence.
Literacy is not a privilege that we all enjoy equally.
They believe that everyone deserves to be heard and have created technology that helps people all over the world express themselves with greater confidence and fluency.
As a UX Developer, you’ll play a major role within the product team as a user advocate.
You’ll be well versed in both research and digital design best practices and provide expert advice to the development team on how best to design new features and user interfaces for the vast range of software products.
The focus is on design and you will need at least 3-years of commercial experience in creating and implementing UI design. This must be backed up with a portfolio that can demonstrate your knowledge of the latest UI trends, techniques, and technologies. You will need to be proficient in Xd, Sketch, Illustrator, Photoshop or other visual design and wireframing tools.
You also need to have some background in front-end development. Ideally, you will already have experience building user interfaces (CSS and HTML5) using pre-processors (SASS or LESS), however, this company has a great reputation for providing training and they will consider a UX designer who wants to learn front-end development technologies.
You would be joining a company with a very flat structure and is not corporate in any. The working environment is very supportive, and they have a collaborative culture. You would also be working in a very modern workspace which has been purpose built for this company.
The package includes a bonus, pension, free car parking, free lunches, flexible working, remote working options, subsidised gym membership and more.
Give me a call/text/WhatsApp on 077 8988 6539 for info or send a CV using the links provided.