This is a remote contract position and is open to candidates in Brazil. Please include a cover letter in English.
Brafton is searching for a contract UI/UX Designer to work with our design and development teams on both internal software development and client-facing website development projects.
This role reports into the Design Director. He or she also collaborates closely with Brafton's Chief Technology Officer when working on Brafton's proprietary platforms and technologies.
Internal UX & UI Work (Brafton's Platforms & Tech)
As part of Brafton’s push to produce a Content Marketing SaaS product we are adding UX/UI designer to our in-house team (so as not to denigrate past or current work). The UI/UX Designer's responsibility will encompass the design and mocking-up of initially smaller designed elements of our existing platform, with a view to developing a consistent internal style guide for all major aspects of our software’s interaction.
Client-Facing UX & UI Work
In addition, the UI/UX Design contractor collaborates on work on our clients' sites and projects. Along with other stakeholders, this role will ensure the timely and quality production of UX design wireframes and mockups for mobile and desktop. Confident project ideation and consultancy on client-facing calls is a must. Complete working knowledge of Adobe Illustrator is required as well as other Adobe software. Ideal candidates will be able to maintain high design standards, provide excellent customer service, complete desk research, work on daily deadlines, and has excellent typography skills. Knowledge of CSS, HTML is required.
We need a candidate with the following skills:
Internal UX & UI Work:
Client-Facing UX & UI Work:
This is a 100% remote working role, so location is not important. Your immediate supervisor would be based out of our Boston Office in the US, however you’ll be able to operate day to day in your local timezone, but on occasion be able to adjust your schedule to cover meetings or calls with staff and clients in Australia, New Zealand, or the US.
As such you must be setup to operate effectively from your own work-space and be comfortable with pure remote / home-based working. Brafton’s core business is heavily remote focused - and was so well before the COVID-19 pandemic, as such the business is extremely agile and well adapted to such working practices.Remote UX designers are responsible for providing and maintaining at their own cost and expense their own office facilities apart from the Company’s offices from which to perform the above services, including computer infrastructure, internet connection and any industry-related hardware.