Overview

Headquarters: San Antonio, TX
URL: https://property-meld.breezy.hr/p/259509ad15b7-visual-designer?source=weworkremotely

Property Meld is a growing startup in need of a full-time visual designer. 

All the usual tools would be involved. Photoshop, Illustrator, and Sketch experience
Experience designing responsive web-based applications
Must be located in North/South America timezone
Responsibilities:
Work closely with UX designer to create beautiful, professional, responsive UI design for our web-based application
Contribute to and maintain a visual system, incorporating a systematic approach to typography, color, and other style guide elements
Conceptualize, define, design, and maintain atomic-designed components—from structural layouts to micro-interactions—across desktop, tablet, and mobile
Design clean, organized, and well-documented components that promote reuse and allow engineers to build accurately
Requirements:
The ability to pay attention to details, pixel perfect designs
An ability to work to deadlines
Experience with components / libraries / template integrations
Understanding/experience with design concepts and effective UI/UX
Able to set up files correctly for a web development team
Qualifications:
4+ years of web-based design experience
Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design (preferred, not required)
Experience crafting, implementing, and evolving a design system, pattern library, or styleguide for web-based application
Compensation will be determined by the candidate’s experience.Development team works remotely so we will accept remote candidates that can demonstrate that they have worked remotely before.If interested, please apply and include a cover letter with the following:
A link to your portfolio. Must include examples of responsive web-based application design.

Tell us about a challenge you encountered when working on a responsive web-based application project and how you solved it.

To apply: https://property-meld.breezy.hr/p/259509ad15b7-visual-designer?source=weworkremotely [...]

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