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UI/UX Designer

Aires is seeking a Senior UI/UX Designer with the proven ability to create meaningful user experiences that are carefully detailed, intuitive, and visually striking. Our ideal candidate has a strong portfolio that demonstrates expert-level proficiency in visual and interaction design for complex products spanning desktop and web applications, mobile apps, and ecosystem design. Aires’ focus on its clients and employees requires a candidate that knows how to be a strong advocate for the end user.

Aires ( has been providing best-in-class relocation management services for over 30 years and is a recognized industry leader in delivering high quality relocation and assignment management services to leading corporations.

We Have…

  • A strong Aires brand consistently ranked among the mobility industry’s highest annual customer-satisfaction scores and a client-retention rate of over 98%
  • A stable organization that has grown organically with our clients
  • A promotion rate of 20% and the opportunity to work from home after a year and a full benefits package including a 401K match


  • Degree in UX Research, UI Design, graphic design.
  • Minimum 5+ years focused experience in interaction and visual design for digital products and services; experience in a consulting environment preferred.
  • Experience working in an Agile development process.
  • Knowledgeable in all aspects of user experience design, with strength in visual design; experience in traditional graphic design, user experience, interaction and interface design are all components of this position.
  • Highly creative with strong analytical and conceptualization skills; solid understanding of composition, typography, color, usability best practices & methodologies, user-centered design processes, and human factor design principles.
  • Experience engaging with interdisciplinary teams across multiple complex projects preferably with experience in both internal and externally facing software, with a drive toward increasing efficiency and accuracy.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills and the ability to present and support your designs.

Essential functions:

  • Collaborate directly with internal and external users to negotiate design priorities and shepherd projects from initial conceptualization through to implementation and launch.
  • Communicate design process, solutions, and implementation specifications to a varied audience including management, marketing, QA, software teams, and end users.
  • Effectively balance the desires of the user with the needs of the business; balance creativity and innovation with technological realities and project constraints.
  • Conduct, process, and present design research.
  • Create informed use scenarios; develop detailed task flows, journey maps and/or storyboards.
  • Design interactive wireframes—low fidelity conceptualization sketches to detailed content-driven mockups.
  • Develop interaction prototypes to demonstrate design intent and for user evaluation.
  • Create high-fidelity visual design mockups with exceptional form, color, composition, and typography.
  • Develop style guides, design systems, software assets, and other related design documentation.

Technical skills:

  • Proficiency in Sketch, Figma, Adobe Suite, and other visual design tools.
  • Detail-oriented project management skills including budget, personnel, and schedule management.


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