Visual Lease, LLC

  • UI/UX Designer

    Job Locations US-NJ-Woodbridge
    Job ID
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Looking for a candidate with a UI/UX mindset and front-end experience. The candidate will be responsible for establishing creative solutions and crafting compelling user experiences and will work with the engineering team and product development teams to take features from concept to design completion and then assist/support in the development process

    What You Will Do

    • Develop, design, and implement a coherent vision encompassing the entire product line, current and future
    • Build wireframes, storyboards, and screen flows from verbal and written specifications
    • Analyze user feedback and activity to iterate/improve UI/UX
    • Confidently articulate how a design solution answers user needs, business goals, technical constraints, and other project requirements
    • Translate ideas/concepts into premium visual designs

    What You Will Need

    • 5+ years in both Front-end development and UI/UX design
    • A strong portfolio demonstrating past design experiences and deliverables is a must
    • Well versed with responsive design for the Web, iOS, and Android
    • Able to build wireframes, storyboards, and screen flows
    • Able to define user workflows
    • Experience crafting/leveraging wireframes, concepts, and prototypes
    • Some knowledge of frameworks such as jQuery, Knockout
    • Talented at HTML, CSS, and JavaScript
    • Experience with databases, server technologies, and server-side languages is a plus
    • Exposure to .NET is a plus, but not required 


    • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Exceptional time management skills
    • Positive outlook, patience, and strong relationship-building skills
    • Conduct yourself with business integrity
    • Strong sense of urgency
    • Take ownership
    • Embrace humility and teamwork
    • Ability to connect and influence others
    • Self-motivated with a demonstrated ability to take initiative
    • Adaptability to change


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