Just solving a problem well is no longer sufficient for a web or mobile app to gain users and revenue. What use is functionality when potential users are driven away by a bad user experience caused by inadequate attention to design and aesthetics?
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Now, we at e27 bring you three design jobs from our database, which right now comprises 637 jobs from 291 companies. Read on if you’ve got a good eye for art and detail and know CSS and Photoshop like the back of your hand.
Frontend developer at HRBoss
HRBoss is an Asia-based HR and recruiting software provider, providing localised cloud solutions for companies that strive to be intuitive, highly-configurable and well-supported. After launching in 2011 as HiringBoss, HRBoss has rapidly expanded, securing Series B funding from Asian investment firm JAFCO.
Now, HRBoss is looking for a front-end developer to build up complex, interactive and database driven websites. If you have a working knowledge of HTML5 and CSS3 design frameworks, as well as a passion for technology, gadgets, social media, advertising and design, why not apply and get a chance to work in a fast-moving, rapidly expanding company?
UI/UX designer at Code Army
Code Army is an online accelerator for non-technical startup founders, delivering support, investment and services to the global tech startup community. In its 10-step structured programme, Code Army matches founders with CTOs and designers from all over the world, making their product dreams a reality.
Code Army is currently looking for an individual to join its lean but fast growing team. If you have a three to five years’ experience in UI design and are eager to learn new technologies and industry trends, why not apply? Take this opportunity to activate your thinking cells and wear different hats, as well as immerse yourself in a growing and fun work culture.
Graphic design intern at Innteract.Asia
Innteract.Asia is Southeast Asia’s first social hotel booking site, offering an easy-to-use platform to travellers to find and meet fellow visitors at the hostels and inns they’ve booked beforehand. Currently a work in progress, the two-men founding team is working hard in preparation of its launch.
Now, Innteract.Asia is looking for a graphic design intern to join its team. If you’re an independent worker as well as a thinker, and won’t settle for doing menial work, give it a shot. Join Innteract.Asia and expect to have your work made visible to millions across continents.