Front End Developer

Location: Sydney
Discipline: Development
Job type: Permanent
Contact name: Neeru Vig
Contact email: neeru.v@interpropeople.com
Job ref: 570856
Published: 15 days ago
Overview

Candidates will work in multi-disciplinary teams to design and develop product improvements, features, user flows, user interfaces, and front-end development. You will work closely with others in the team to:
  • Collaborate with a multi-disciplinary team, to help define user-centric designs, iterate and improve to add additional value, based on user feedback
  • Be responsible for user-focused UI designs and specification of user flows, prototypes, high-fidelity interfaces
  • Plan and perform user experience evaluation to check and confirm that usability and accessibility requirements have been met
  • Implement UI component using HTML/CSS and JavaScript
  • Work closely with the team’s user researcher and designers to translate findings from usability testing into improvements for the user interface
  • Advocate and problem solve for user-centric design solutions with developers
  • Coach back-end engineers on usability and front-end development
  
As a UI Designer, you will tackle complex problems and transform them into intuitive and easy-to-use designs. Then, communicate them by user flows, wireframes, and prototypes.
  
As a Front-end developer, you will work with developers translating and problem-solving designs, POC and wireframes into modules and high-quality codes for the best usability and accessibility outcomes.
  
Required skills and experience:
  • Experience implementing responsive UI components for web applications and websites using HTML/CSS, ReactJS and/or Angular
  • Experience using prototyping tools such as Adobe XD, Axure or Figma is highly desirable
  • Understanding of design principles and systems
  • Understanding and implementation of WCAG 2.1 level AA guidelines as a minimum, how those guidelines relate to websites and applications, and how visual design, page and code structures and attributes affect accessibility
  • Ability to adapt to new technical skills and methodologies
  • You’re an advocate for accessibility best practices, responsiveness, and user experience
  • Effective communication skills with the ability to work with and influence multiple stakeholders, and clearly articulate design decisions through a well-conceived rationale.
  
Desirable criteria
  • Demonstrated experience designing wireframes, user interfaces, and interactive prototypes with a high attention to detail and ability to rapidly prototype, test, and iterate designs.
  • Tertiary Qualifications in a design or computer science/ICT related discipline (Human Factors, Communication/Graphic Design, Systems Design, Psychology, Computer Interaction, Web development etc.)