A Visual UI Designer is responsible for designing web elements that create a more optimized user experience. A Visual UI Designer should be both pragmatic and creative. This role involves an organized approach to tackling problems and finding creative solutions. It also requires the ability to work well with others. Specific duties of this job include building wireframes and storyboards to conceptualize a design, evaluating and setting best practices, determining a timeline and meeting milestones along the way, work with other team members to define user flows and site maps and measure the human-computer interaction (HCI) element of the design.
To qualify for a position as a Visual UI Designer, applicants should have a degree in Design, Architecture or a similar field. They should have knowledge of Agile and Scrum processes, familiarity with wire-framing tools, site maps, user flows and storyboards, computer language programming skills and an artistic eye for design.
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