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Breville is looking for a Freelance UI/Visual Designer in Sydney.

About

This is a Sydney-based role.

For this role, you are expected to specialise in visual and UI Design, with experience in scaling products from MVP to the next level. We expect that you’ll be fluent in your foundational design theory from typography, colour theory to principles of great interaction design. Crafting a conceptual interface design, a pixel-perfect icons and contributing in expanding our icon library, interface design, prototyping, and iterating on it based on usage analytics will be an integral part of what you'd be doing in this role.

Company Links

Job Post Link

https://workingnotworking.com/unjobboard/13087-breville-ui-visual-designer

On-site required?

Yes

Experience

3-6 years

Skills

Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Creative Direction, Design, Figma, Framer, Interaction, Sketching

Date Posted

January 16, 2023 (Originally posted January 4, 2023)

Budget Pay Range

$9,000 - $13,000 Monthly

Managed By

Vivid Savitri

Perks

  • Dog FriendlyDog Friendly
  • Work From HomeWork From Home

Fine Print

What you’ll do
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Create pixel-perfect UI design and beautiful visual design layout. Build delightful UIs and interaction design across Breville products, especially for the interface on our products;
Build and prototype what you design using a variety of industry-standard software;
Work with other talented product designers to grow and learn from each other through giving and receiving constructive feedback and critique;
Understand the business lingo and can untangle hard conceptual problems into digestible chunks to create the best possible UI and interaction design;
Tell stories using visuals with contextual words and strategise the best way to get your point across;
Contributing in developing and expanding our design pattern library, incl. but not limited to iconography and other design components;
Work efficiently on multiple projects in order to deliver new features, bug fixes on existing features, and small improvements in response to customer needs and feature requests.