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Roles We Hire

UX (User Experience) Designer

  • Focuses on the overall feel of the product and ensuring a logical flow.

  • Conducts user research, develops user personas, and creates user journey maps.

  • Designs wireframes, prototypes, and user interfaces to enhance user satisfaction.

UI (User Interface) Designer

  • Concentrates on the visual elements of a product, such as buttons, icons, and typography.

  • Works closely with UX designers to ensure visual coherence and user-friendly interfaces.

  • Develops design systems and style guides to maintain consistent UI across platforms.

Interaction Designer

  • Specializes in creating engaging interfaces with well-thought-out behaviors.

  • Considers how users interact with the product, such as button animations or gesture controls.

Product Designer

  • Often a mix of UX and UI, focusing on the entire product process from ideation to launch.

  • Collaborates with product managers, developers, and other stakeholders to create a cohesive product experience.

Motion Designer

  • Specializes in creating animations and interactive graphics.

  • Might work on app animations, video content, or interactive web designs.

Graphic Designer

  • Although not limited to digital design, many graphic designers today work on digital projects.

  • Creates visual content for print and digital, such as logos, banners, and marketing materials.

Web Designer

  • Designs websites, focusing on layout, visuals, and sometimes interactivity.

  • Often works with web developers to bring their designs to life.

Information Architect

  • Organizes information and content in a clear and user-friendly manner.

  • Focuses on structuring websites or apps to ensure users can easily find what they're looking for.

Visual Designer

  • Focuses on crafting compelling and aesthetically pleasing digital visuals.

  • Might work on a variety of digital content, including websites, ads, and social media graphics.

UX Researcher

  • Focuses exclusively on conducting research to understand user behaviors, needs, and motivations.

  • Utilizes a range of methodologies like interviews, surveys, and usability testing to gather user insights.

UX Writer

  • Specializes in crafting the text elements within digital products, such as button labels, error messages, or onboarding prompts.

  • Ensures the product's language aligns with its tone and brand, and aids in user navigation.

3D and AR/VR Designers

  • Design for 3D spaces, augmented reality, or virtual reality environments.

  • Combines traditional design principles with an understanding of 3D spaces and interactions.

If you don't find the role you're looking to hire for please reach out.
Digital design roles can overlap, and a single designer might wear multiple hats depending on the project's requirements and the company's size. The primary aim across all these roles is to ensure a functional, aesthetically pleasing, and user-centric digital experience.

Instructional Designer

  • An instructional designer analyzes learners' needs and creates engaging, effective educational materials and courses, often leveraging multimedia, interactivity, and various learning theories to facilitate knowledge acquisition.

Product Manager

  • A product manager defines and communicates a product's vision, goals, and strategy, ensuring that it aligns with the company's overall objectives and addresses market and user needs.

Front-End Engineer

  • A Front-End engineer crafts visually appealing and intuitive web pages and applications, utilizing languages like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, ensuring a seamless and interactive user experience.

Brand Designer

  • A brand designer conceptualizes and crafts a cohesive visual language for a brand, including logos, typography, color schemes, and other graphical elements, ensuring they resonate with the brand's ethos and target audience.

Machine Learning Engineer

  • A machine learning engineer develops and trains machine learning algorithms using vast amounts of data, aiming to derive insights, make predictions, or automate decision-making processes.

Back-End Engineer

  • A backend developer designs, implements, and maintains the server-side components of web applications, ensuring efficient data processing and flow between server and front-end.

Conversation Designer

  • A conversation designer is someone who crafts the way chatbots and virtual assistants interact with users. They basically design the conversation, making sure it's natural, informative, and achieves the user's goals..

Security Engineer

  • A content designer is a master of communication, specializing in crafting clear, informative, and engaging content for various platforms. They're like architects of information, ensuring users can easily find and understand what they need.

Security Engineer

  • A content designer is a master of communication, specializing in crafting clear, informative, and engaging content for various platforms. They're like architects of information, ensuring users can easily find and understand what they need.