UX Designer

Población:
Sevilla (España)
Compañía:
Golden Race
Recibido:
(a través de LinkedIn)

Golden Race is a global market leader for pre-recorded and virtual sports betting.

We are a growing team of motivated professionals from many backgrounds and disciplines, operating together in a positive and supportive environment to grow and excel as one of the most promising and rapidly expanding companies in the betting industry.

We are looking for experienced UX designers with a genuine passion for user experience , with open positions in our Málaga and Seville offices :

  • Convert new product feature ideas into UX experiences.
  • Identify design problems and devise elegant solutions.
  • Build user interface wireframes, design comps and interactive prototypes.
  • Rapidly iterate and test ideas using wireframes and sketches to fully designed comps.
  • Ensure that the product logically flows from one step to the next.
  • Work closely with the Product Owner and design team to ensure requirements and product objectives.
  • We want you to envision new products that will bring life and excitement to the sport events for betting.

Requirements:

  • An online portfolio or samples of work demonstrating relevant experience.
  • Fluency in best practices for information architecture and interaction design, user-centered design process, as well as strong knowledge of user experience principles and techniques.
  • Familiarity with user interface patterns for web, terminals and mobile.
  • Good understanding of betting and gambling products and game mechanics.

Bonus skills:

  • Axure prototyping expertise.
  • Strong Photoshop, Illustrator and Adobe Web Design Suite skills
  • A mind for both artistic and technical workflow.
  • Fluent english written and spoken.

Observations:

  • Opportunity to be part of a team in constant growth and international projection.
  • Permanent contract and immediate incorporation into a good working environment and excellent team.

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