Design Job: Senior Mobile Designer at Xoom

Looking for a web design job in San Francisco? Xoom, a financial services company that enables on- and offline money transfers, is hiring a senior-level mobile visual designer. Click through to learn more and apply:

As our Senior Mobile Visual Designer, you will be a key player in ensuring that the Xoom experience is efficient, engaging and intuitive on all mobile screens. You will help bring the Xoom experience to life on mobile screens.

Responsibilities:
• Create visual designs for mobile site and mobile app with delightful visuals, typography, and graphics
• Promptly articulate multiple concepts, create prototypes and test design concepts
• Clearly communicate design tradeoffs and benefits
• Design GUIs, set standards and maintain Xoom style guide
• Document specifications to guide development
• Balance visual design, business needs and time-to-market
• Work with the product team to ensure one Xoom across multiple platforms
• Keep abreast with design trends and conduct visual design competitive analysis as needed

Qualifications:
• 2+ years of senior-level experience designing for mobile screens
• Expert knowledge of typography, color, and composition
• Experience in rapid and iterative design and development processes
• Familiar with user experience, information architecture, web/software product development in the mobile space
• Knowledge of major multimedia, design, and operating system software, especially Adobe Creative Suite
• Knowledge of best practices of all major best of breed mobile interfaces
• Ability to adapt design principles to continuously evolving technology
• A strong design portfolio, showing great sense of design and creativity to meet user needs

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