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Professional Web/UX Designer

Veracity Insurance Solutions, located in Pleasant Grove Utah, is an international insurance brokerage firm specializing in the placement of Programs, General Liability and Product Liability Insurance. The company was established on the basic principle of integrity in insurance, and that principle continues to permeate our business today. Innovation and knowledge are the cornerstones of Veracity's business practices, giving our customers a leg up in what can be a confusing and hassle-filled industry.
A portion of our insurance sales are done through our online programs. We are looking for a talented web designer with a fresh perspective to join our team.
Meet with stakeholders to determine design requirements
Create a user web experience to fulfill a specific purpose in a professional, visually appealing manner
Ensure that site designs are compatible with all devices
Quickly mock-up designs using whiteboard and software
Create high-fidelity designs
Communicate design ideas to programming team
Light print design
Must have strong interpersonal and communication skills, verbal and written
Strong visual design sense-online portfolio of work required
Excellent attention to detail, keen eye for clean UI implementation, and knowledge of design best practices
Solid knowledge of usability, accessibility, and cross-browser issues
Excellent organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment
Eagerness and ability to learn quickly and expand technical repertoire
Good understanding of and/or background in marketing
Associates degree in related field (Design, Web design, Print Design, Marketing)
HTML/CSS and Javascript (jQuery) skills
At least 3 years of experience using Adobe design software (Illustrator and Photoshop)
1-3 years work experience (relevant internship experience will be considered)
Contact: Julie Stafford
Email: julie@veracityins.com
Email resume to: Julie@veracityins.com

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