Can you name the latest UX/UI design trends faster than you can rattle off your coffee order? Are you so focused on the design personas that you sometimes try to add them to meeting invites? Are the words creative, collaborator, innovator, facilitator, mentor all found in your LinkedIn bio?
Our client, a growing digital studio, is seeking a UX/UI Designer to join their Vancouver team. The ideal candidate is a creative (an expert in interface design), that has worked on two projects that have gone to market (at least one of them being mobile). Curiosity drives you – truly motivated by the marriage of design principles and business objectives. You are impeccable at communicating ideas, excel at working with other technical professionals, and enjoy working with a growing team. If this sounds like you – consider applying for this exciting opportunity.
Wondering where you stand if you're a job seeker? Here's an overview of what you can expect on the job hunting end.
This seems self-explanatory. You've polished, edited, fabuloused your resume for us, so you've applied to a job or registered through our online portal. Your resume then makes its way to us via email.
We are a client-facing business so we’re actively seeking people that fit our client’s requests. If you’re a fit for a role, we’ll reach out via email or phone to chat further about the opportunity with you. If the opportunity aligns with your career trajectory, we’ll continue the discussion from there. If you’re not a fit for a role, we’ll do our best to let you know that so we can keep your job hunt respected and honest.
If we've contacted you with an opportunity that you're interested in pursuing, we'll put you through a screening process called the Online Career Profile. It's an online questionnaire that allows us to get to know you more in-depth: what you've achieved, where you want to go, your views on corporate culture. It takes about an hour to complete, but we promise the investment will be worth the return so we can find you a perfect match.
We then meet face-to-face with you to flush out your OCP further and get to know you on a personal level. If following this both parties see a great fit for the role in mind, we then introduce you to our client to go through their interview and hiring process.