The Wix Pages team - we’re responsible for the continuous creation of the brand, its development and adapting it into various products and a wide range of target audiences. The team is also in charge of designing and building of Wix.com’s web pages (in multiple languages). We do it all while staying true to our brand values, a unified user experience, functionality, and attaining KPIs. We play a part in many big, exciting projects that are seen by millions of people around the world!
As a Visual & Brand Designer, you will:
- Be at the forefront of the Wix brand, creating and implementing our guidelines with a reach of millions of users each day.
- Create designs involving complex UX systems to deliver gorgeous. easy-to-use experiences.
- Collaborate closely with our Content, Product, R&D and Marketing teams to work on inspirational projects that get global exposure.
- Collaborate with product managers & software developers to define, design, and deliver cutting edge products for both web and mobile, including online marketing materials, products and web templates.
- Take ownership of each project from the first ink drop to the last pixel.
- Work on several projects at a time, and under pressure, so you’ll need to be able to multitask.
An experienced and creative Visual & Interaction Designer with 2+ years’ experience working in a professional design environment. You’re a master of Sketch, Photoshop, Illustrator & other Adobe Creative Suite applications and if you’re skilled in HTML & CSS on a designer level, that counts in your favor. Another advantageous part of your training (it’s a plus, but not a must) is a Bachelor of Design in Visual Communication or Interactive Design.
When it comes to your work, you have a sense for extraordinary, pixel-perfect design solutions and your attention to detail is amazing. You’re a conceptual thinker in visual and interactive design, and you’ve got excellent leadership, communication & collaboration skills.
Of course, your portfolio is pretty impressive (remember to include it when you send your CV). Last but not least, you’re looking for a full-time job (not freelance).