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UI Developer at Apex Systems (Austin, TX)

As a UI Developer / Prototyper, you have a proven track record for thinking outside the box. You are capable of taking great ideas and breathing life into them making them real. You have a deep understanding of the customer experience and how to design and deliver solutions that provide measurable results. You see things differently from other people visualizing design and development much like an art form. You know what it takes to deliver world class creative solutions for your customers.

Working in our UX/Design team, you will be part of our prototype development efforts creating HTML/CSS/JS prototypes of our UX designs and contributing to a design component library.

This means you will be using some of the latest innovative technologies such as Angular 6 and other frameworks. Not to mention that you will be working with a passionate team who knows how to have fun and balance both their work and personal lives. Sound interesting?

Specific responsibilities include:

Responsible for the development and innovation of cutting edge UX/design prototyping infrastructure to provide rapid execution of creative solutions f

Responsible for creating reusable Angular 6 components

Partner with IT developers to create ways to better leverage prototype code and increase its reuse during the IT development phase.

Collaborate with UI Designers, UX Architects, and Experience Directors to create rich HTML/CSS/JS prototypes that convey proposed designs at the highest fidelity.

Required Skills:

5+ years working on UI/UX Design experiences

5+ years working with HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript code, methodologies and the technology and platforms that support online design

An online portfolio that demonstrates a strong design and development foundation

Hunger to adopt new technologies and evolve our internal prototype design platform Desired Skills:

Understanding of the Angular 6 framework and Angular CLI

Understanding of Twitter Bootstrap 4 CSS

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