UI/UX Designer

UI/UX Designer

Kik is looking for a UI/UX designer with a passion for pixel perfect, simple, and intuitive interfaces. As a UI/UX Designer at Kik, you’ll develop beautiful, high quality product designs and champion those designs to influence the look and feel of Kik’s products. You’ll work closely with both the product and engineering teams to create the face of a product that is used by over 200 million people worldwide.

About you:

  • Passionate about making great products that delight and connect people around the world
  • Want to have a huge impact on the future of our products
  • Sweat the details and iterate on all aspects of a design until it is perfect
  • Passionate and adamant about pixel perfect implementation across all mobile platforms
  • Have strong visual design skills, and create beautiful, clean, intuitive designs
  • Have visionary ideas and experience bringing them to life in real product
  • Eager to discuss and defend designs

Qualifications:

  • An impressive portfolio showcasing a variety of projects and styles
  • Have designed a mobile product that you can show off
  • Able to communicate design decisions effectively
  • An understanding of the design principles and nuances for different smartphone platforms (iOS, Android)
  • Experience working with developers, providing them with guides and assets to implement your designs

Perks:

  • Catered meals from a top local restaurant, twice a day
  • Quarterly “Hack Weeks” to work on passion projects
  • Company-wide outings
  • Flexible work hours and vacation policy
  • Fully equipped office gym, darts, ping-pong and foosball tables
  • We’ll provide you with all the gadgets you need for work


    Date Posted:
    May 19, 2015 9:11 PM PDT
    Company:
    Kik Interactive, Inc.
    Website:
    http://www.kik.com/career-info?ghid=35381

    Company:
    Kik Interactive, Inc.
    Location:
    Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

    Kik was founded in 2009, when a small but incredibly passionate group of University of Waterloo students decided to build a company that would shift the center of computing from the PC to the smartphone. Fast forward to today, and Kik has become the best way to connect with friends, no matter where you meet them. And unlike other messengers, Kik uses usernames - not phone numbers - as the basis... more