WEB DESIGNER – Western University
Employers name – Ivey Business School
Responsible for developing websites, online marketing campaigns, E-commerce solutions, and email campaigns for a number of different projects.
Turning creative concepts into finished websites.
Drawing up detailed website specifications.
Building websites that are easy to understand, navigate and use.
Designing sample page layouts.
Ensuring that the website complies with the company’s brand guidelines.
Monitoring, maintaining, and improving a website post-launch.
Traveling to client sites when working on a large and complex project.
Clearly and effectively communicating design processes, ideas, and solutions to individual colleagues, teams, and clients.
Liaising with clients in order to define the requirements for their website.
Designing forward-thinking frameworks for a range of projects currently live within the business.
Creating products that are user-friendly, effective, and appealing.
JOB TITLE – Liberal art and web design
Employers name – University of Toronto
KEY SKILLS AND COMPETENCIES
Can spend hours at a keyboard and remain focused in an environment where there are constant interruptions.
Experience in creating responsive website designs for multiple devices like mobiles and tablets.
Building strong relationships with work colleagues.
Engaging, enthusiastic, and compelling presentational skills.
Comfortable working across all aspects of a digital design.
Previous experience of working for software firms, IT consultancies, specialist web design companies, and large corporations.
Proficiency in Photoshop, Illustrator, or other visual design tools.
Up to date with the latest design trends and techniques.
Artistic by nature and have an eye for clean and artful web design.
Problem solver who knows when to challenge requirements to find solutions.
Not afraid to experiment and constantly testing and trialing new ways to do things.
Have a positive mindset.
Adaptable and willing to learn new techniques.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Multimedia web design