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May 062017
 

UX/UI designer Career Recruitment in Kenya May 2017

Jobs Vacancy: UX/UI designer Employment Nairobi Kenya 2017 

Job Description: Today sotalented Work Kenya 

UX/UI designer
Presentation
So Talented! is an innovative company defining a new approach to connect candidates and employers based on skills and needs.
We are looking for a UX/UI designer for interface design with various supports.
Description
You will be involved in the following projects:
– Conception and design of websites, mobile applications, wearables, smartwatches
– Design of interfaces for platforms (CRM, LMS, etc)
– Optimization of existing design
– Other design work (banners, brochures, etc.)
Profile
– Professional experience with similar projects – Knowledge of design software (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.)
– Knowledge of Sketch is appreciated
– Knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) – English required – Passion for design and digital
Contact
For internship: Please send us your application by email at internships-ke@sotalented.net
For job opportunity: Please send us your application by email at jobs-ke@sotalented.net
Conditions
Type of contract: internship, part time, full time, freelance Location: local Salary: according to profile



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