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51 Wolseley Street Toronto, ON M5T 1A4
Our client is making headlines in the world of online publishing, they are quickly becoming a global favorite in their realm of industry leaders.
Working in stellar brick and beam offices in the center of Toronto’s thriving downtown west neighborhood, you’ll create interfaces with one of the most innovative and collaborative design teams in the country.
This is an opportunity to be a part of a new wave of technology that is being used globally and is viewed across a multitude of web, mobile and application focused venues – from Androids to iPads.
In your role, as an Interaction Designer you’ll work with a Vice President who’s unique approach to UX and Design as a whole, is seen as a pivotal part of day-to-day product and company wide direction.
As a conceptual and creative hub, you will focus on the following:
* Create the appearance and interaction design of new and exciting products;
* Collaborate with UX, QA and Design to devise new functionalities and features;
* Create user interface designs, which will encompass animations, color sheets, icons, graphics, layouts, style sheets, and templates while maintaining consistency along with color and typeface standards;
* Ensure brand attributes are represented consistently across multiple software applications and experiences.
Who Should Apply
You’ll need the following attributes, to apply:
* Expertise working with large complex e-commerce and/or web based billing applications.
* Passion for working in fun, Agile, collaborative startup environments;
* Collaborative, thoughtful, and thinks things through in a non-linear way;
* Resolves tough challenges by presenting multiple solutions and adapting designs accordingly;
* Comfortable working across silos and with diverse groups of practitioners;
* Track record of working with experience design, information architecture, human science, and visual interaction;
* 5+ years of accomplishments with interactive media teams;
* Formal design training including: typography, graphic, and interaction design;
* Advanced knowledge of PhotoShop, Illustrator, and other graphic authoring/motion tools;
* Sound knowledge of web browsers, and mobile applications;
* Ability to share examples of site maps, rich media storyboards, user flow, wireframes, and other information design documents;