Founded in 2007 as primarily a software house, Seamfix today provides custom and bespoke technology solutions and e-business integration services to large, medium and small organizations across various sectors such as telecommunications, education, oil & gas, financial services and the public sector.
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The Front-end Developer will be responsible for ensuring the alignment of web design and user experience requirement, optimizing web pages for maximum efficiency and maintaining brand consistency across all web pages
Optimize application for maximum speed and scalability.
Ensure the technical feasibility of UI/UX designs.
Collaborate with Product Management and Engineering team.
Responsible for all stages of development, including coding, testing, and related documentation.
Monitor website performance, watch for traffic drops related to site usability problems and rectify the issues.
Translation of the UI/UX design wireframes to actual code that will produce visual elements of the application.
Establish and promote design style, frameworks & guidelines following industry standards and best practices to achieve company goals.
Review web and mobile design to ensure requirements are met and guidelines/standards are followed.
Effectively articulates the key design principles of the design solution to the immediate team and upper management.
Translates business and technical requirements for new applications into rich engaging customer experiences.
Conducts research to inform or refine designs structure and architecture.
Any other responsibilities as assigned by your Line Manager.
A First class or Second class upper Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering or a related discipline.
Minimum of 2 years’ related technical experience.
Good knowledge of web accessibility and usability best practices.
Demonstrated proficiency or experience using HTML, CSS, JS, Angular, React.
Good knowledge of Adobe creative suite apps.
Experience with information architecture.