UI/UX Designer

at Nift in London

UI/UX Designer

We are Nift, an innovative London based startup, and are looking for a talented, motivated and fast-working UI / UX Designer to join our rapidly growing team. You will work closely with the Lead Product Designer to provide full support across not only interface design, but also branding and marketing material.

About Nift:
Nift is a SaaS startup and we want to radically change the experience customers have interacting with complex legal contracts. We help our client companies to create contracts that are easy to navigate and understand.

About you:
As a UI / UX Designer, your creativity will be complemented by your ability to provide interface design that works on both desktop and mobile. As well as crafting beautiful visuals and user experience, you must have a thoughtful approach that you can rationalise.

You will research, concept and design product solutions and then work closely with the development team to get them implemented.

We need a fast designer to move at the pace we require! Someone with 2-3 years experience, looking for a new challenge and eager to contribute ideas and learn as much as possible.

With a passion for start-ups, you are ready to hit the ground running and make your mark on our ever-evolving SaaS Product.

You will work on:
· UX Prototyping/Wireframing/User flows
· UI and Visual Design
· Branding and Marketing Material

You’re amazing with:
Adobe PS / AI
Prototyping tools (InVision, Marvel etc)

Ideally you can use:
Jira and Trello

Must have:
The ability to work with speed!
Demonstrate innovative thinking
Strong user empathy
Take initiative and contribute ideas
2-3 years experience in a similar role (previous experience working for tech start-up desirable, but not essential)

Based in great shared workspace in Shoreditch which hosts tons of events
Weekly Team Lunch
Weekly Team Drinks
Work from Home Fridays
25 days holiday
Competitive Salary + Equity options

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Published at 08 Dec 2016
Expires on 08 Feb 2017