Senior Web Designer

We are seeking a Senior Web Designer to join our MarCom team. As a web designer, you will drive the creation of global websites for Ultradent Products, Inc. Your combination of design sense and development skills will contribute to developing professional webpages with a great user experience. You will work collaboratively with other designers, developers, and architects.
We're looking for an individual with a well-rounded skill set, including strong HTML and CSS abilities, Photoshop and Illustrator expertise, technical savvy, great attention to detail, and a proven track record.
Job Duties:
Design major components of a website and set standards across large project areas, often global in scope
Design all types of online collateral including banners, forms, UI components, etc.
Drive creative web projects from start to finish, collaborating with marketing, IT operations, and other web designers and developers
Create content/site maps, user flows, wireframes, mockups, and prototypes
Conduct and apply research on design practices, identifying problems and proposing creative solutions
Collecting feedback from multiple sources and iterating rapidly on mockups
Maintaining established company brand throughout all projects
Skills Required:
Strong visual design sense-online portfolio of work required
Strong HTML/CSS skills with solid knowledge of usability, accessibility, and cross-browser issues
Excellent attention to detail, keen eye for clean UI implementation, and knowledge of design best practices
Excellent leadership, communication, and organizational skills
Desired Skills:
Experience working with or developing for Microsoft SharePoint
Experience creating HTML email
Expert in front-end web development
Experience with current web technologies such as AJAX, jQuery, etc.
Experience/Schooling or Degree Required:
BA/BS or equivalent
Experience designing and implementing websites with a strong knowledge of graphic editing and optimization
Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign
Experience in front-end web development

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