Looking for a web design job at a leading tech company? Yammer, developers of social networking tools for business (yep, recently acquired by Microsoft), is hiring a User Interface Designer for its San Francisco office. Click through to learn more and apply:
Our team is structured around designers who are flexible, but who specialize in either visual/UI or interaction/UX. Our UI designers translate wireframes into pixel-perfect, typographically beautiful, development-ready visuals.
Your visual designs and ideas are an integral part of what makes a feature stick. You’ll be part of feature project teams from the beginning until launch, working side-by-side with a product manager, UX designer, researcher, engineering team, and QA.
- Designed and launched multiple products/major features/apps. This takes most people 5+ years, but it may vary depending on your past teams/employers.
- Cut your teeth at a few companies designing great consumer facing or enterprise products.
- Ability to demonstrate excellent use of typography, color, imagery, and graphic elements.
- Ability to negotiate and articulate the “why” of design decisions. You’ll need to convince, to disagree confidently, take and give straightforward criticism.
- Expertise working daily in Photoshop, Illustrator, or Fireworks.
- Ability to provide visual specification and production ready files to engineers.
- A portfolio online or in PDF format
- Experience with creating visual systems
- Excellent Icon design
- Deep familiarity with iOS, Android, and/or Windows 8 GUI standards
The kind of people we’re eager to work with are:
- Full of empathy for users
- Motivated more by shipping product than building a work of art
- Excited that their designs will be validated by qualitative and quantitative research
- Enthusiastic and possibly a little bit weird
- Eager to move to a fast-paced environment
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