Our core values define what’s important to us. At too many workplaces the core values (if they exist at all) are simply something you walk by on your way to the lunchroom. Here at Marketing Ideas For Printers, we hire and fire based on our core values, and we evaluate our team on those core values every quarter. They’re that important to us.
If you wish to join our team, then they need to be important to you, too. Here are our core values:
Integrity: We honor God in our actions.
Others First: We look beyond ourselves and serve others.
Positive Attitude: We find the best in every experience.
Reliable: We are timely, accurate, and knowledgeable.
Team Focused: We share the challenges; we share the victories.
If those core values resonate with you and are as important to you as they are to us, then you’ll love the culture of Marketing Ideas For Printers!
If you find yourself matching up with our core values, then the next step is to see how well you fit with the expectations of the UX Designer. The expectations are listed here:
The UX Designer is expected to create the interface standards that govern the overall appearance and experience for the websites, apps, and digital products and services used by our prospects and customers. Interface standards are to be documented in Style Guides that will be used as the definitive guide by all members of the team developing our websites, products, and service.
The UX Designer creates visual interfaces, designs, and customer journeys that are used to guide the development team’s work as they bring the use case and visual elements to life through their code. The UX Designer is expected to review the work of the developers to ensure that the results support the expectations of the UX Designer.
The UX Designer is responsible for making sure the experiences for visitors and users of all our digital properties are clear, consistent, and enjoyable. The UX Designer will create new experiences when needed, improve existing experiences, and eliminate experiences that are no longer relevant.
The UX Designer will create visual content experienced by the users of and visitors to our digital properties.
The UX Designer is responsible for making sure the interfaces experienced by visitors and users of all our digital properties are clear, consistent, simple, and easy to use.
Ready to get started? The process starts when you provide us with your Coworker Application, available for download here:
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