Senior UI/UX Designer

Posted 30 September 2021
SalaryUp to HK$0.00 per annum
LocationHong Kong
Job type Permanent
DisciplineTechnology Recruitment
Contact NameRaymond Mo

Job description

Our client is a technology company headquartered at the Hong Kong focusing on developing Blockchain systems. They develop software solutions and provide professional services to various industries using Blockchain, which is also known as the Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT). They aim at unlocking new possibilities, improving efficiency and productivity, and simplifying workflows and processes by utilizing DLT, that is secure, transparent and trustworthy.

Job Description:
*Analyze user requirements;
*Facilitate user research, develop user stories and journeys to the user flow;
*Develop wireframes, flowcharts, prototypes and user-testing;
*Identify and troubleshoot UX defeats;
*Design graphic user interface elements and UI mock-ups to illustrate all functions and business flows;
*Work closely with various stakeholders to develop intuitive user experience for the products;
*Present design solutions to management and project stakeholders;
*Facilitate usability test to evaluate product performance.

*Bachelor degree in design (e.g. interaction, visual communications, media), or equivalent combination of education and experience;
*3+ years of UX design experience or similar role with solid skills. Experience in designing B2B products is a plus;
*Less experience will be consider as Junior UIUX Designer
*Up-to-date knowledge of design software, including Sketch, Figma and relevant software tools;
*A good team player with strong communication skills to collaborate with various stakeholders;
*Solid understanding of the importance of user-centred design and design thinking;
*Passionate in enhancing user experience, with good understanding of current and future UX trends;
*Passion in learning new design methodologies;
*Self-motivated, open-minded, detail-oriented and fast learner with good time-management skills;
*Fluency in English (both written and spoken) is highly preferred.