Addison Global Limited

  • Senior Product Designer

    Job Locations GI-Gibraltar
    Job ID
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Overview

    We are a passionate team of Product Designers striving to deliver world-class, beautiful and intuitive user experience. As a Senior Product Designer, you will set standards for other to follow. You will work closely with multiple stakeholders and own the design & user experience outcome of the project.

    This is a unique opportunity to work in an environment where your opinion truly matters; with people who understand the importance of a great design.


    What you will do:

    • Produce world class iOS, Android and Web designs solutions
    • Design detailed, pixel-perfect user interfaces
    • Influence product scope with your design expertise
    • Effectively present your design rationale to stakeholders
    • Design high-fidelity, interactive prototypes
    • Research and User Test your designs
    • Proactively look to refine process and best practice within the design team
    • Mentor junior team members
    • Be proud of your work!


    Who you are:

    • 5+ years of Product Design experience
    • An excellent portfolio showcasing UI work with focus on pixel-perfect design
    • Strong understanding of UX-led design principles
    • Experience designing for iOS, Android and Web
    • We are flexible with tools, but mastery of Sketch is a must
    • Proficient in low and hi fidelity prototyping tools, i.e. InVision, Principle, Framer
    • Previous experience working with Design Systems
    • Self-motivated, comfortable working independently and as part of a team
    • Being commercially aware of project resource considering both cost and time
    • Curiosity about the latest in technology
    • “Let’s do it!” attitude
    • Good to have
      • After Effects (or other motion design tool)
      • Basic understanding of front-end development
      • Interest in Sports and previous industry experience


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