Senior Visual UI Designer

Munich (m/f)

As a Senior Visual Designer, you will be responsible for the design of digital media projects, ensuring our clients’ business and communication goals are translated into innovative, human centered design solutions.

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Your tasks:

› Actively design digital interfaces and screen layouts.
› Being responsible for the visual design quality of projects and developing innovative design solutions.
› Working with other design disciplines to achieve project goals and ensure the best quality outcomes.
› Communicate directly with clients and actively provide guidance.
› Manage the process for small projects from kickoff to completion, including planning and managing resources as well as defining project scope and deliverables with the client.
› Keep up to date with industry trends, design tools and processes.
› Help develop design knowledge internally and coach junior team members.
› Represent designaffairs in the community through conference participation, blogging, and other activities.
› Are willing to travel.

Your skills:

› 5+ years of professional experience, preferably in a digital agency setting.
› Experience working across diverse media; from embedded user interfaces and software, to the web and mobile apps.
› Excellent visual design skills, with a strong sense of how to translate concepts into clear and successful visual solutions for a wide variety of digital media and platforms. Passionate about visual design and the value it brings.
› Very creative and obsessive about the detail.
› Have a strong appreciation for and understanding of user experience and interaction design, and the ability to develop concepts.
› Experience working within multi-disciplinary teams.
› Strong written and verbal communication skills; comfortable giving presentations and articulating design decisions.
› Able to identify and develop client needs.
› Client management skills.
› Self-motivating and capable of working under own initiative with minimal oversight.
› Good understanding of internet and/or other technologies and how this affects the design process; the ability to code is a bonus.
› Able to work in German and English.

What you can expect:

At designaffairs the “We-feeling” is very important. We experience this every day when we cook together in our open kitchen area, barbecue on our rooftop terrace or when we chill-out at the campus’ pool.

designaffairs counts to the most award-winning design agencies worldwide. Our success is based upon a concept of combining creativity with scientific methods. Together with our designers, ergonomists, engineers and strategists, you will create innovative and ambitious designs for both our national and international clients coming from various industries, such as transportation, medical technology, consumer electronics, building technology, household appliances and software.

Diverse projects are awaiting you: from complex software products over hardware to innovative operation concepts via multi touch and gesture. The required technologies for this are available for you in our interface lab and serve you and your colleagues as a creative playground.

We look forward to meeting you! You will get to know our agency and your future colleagues better in a personal interview. Also, we would gladly discuss your professional development potentialities at designaffairs.

Your portfolio will:

› Showcase your passion for user interfaces and digital design.
› Display experience with diverse content and media.
› Show an ability to translate ideas and concepts into high-quality, beautiful yet functional, user-centered design.
› Demonstrate stylistic depth and attention to detail.
› Be primarily digital product, service, or software focused: designaffairs is not an advertising or communications agency.

Apply:

Please send in your application, including a digital portfolio (PDF or web link) with comprehensive job references to:

designaffairs GmbH
attn. Susann Englisch
Balanstrasse 73 | Haus 32
81541 Munich
Germany

jobs[at]designaffairs[dot]com

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