CGI is in the top 5 largest global IT companies spread across 40 countries with endless opportunities to expand and grow. As a CGI Federal Member, you have the opportunity to be a shareholder at CGI and join a family of 75,000 members strong. We are currently seeking candidates to join our successful Federal organization as a UX/UI Developer.
Your future duties and responsibilities
• You will elicit requirements from the client’s Subject Matter Experts and Product Owners.
• You will create wireframes and high fidelity mockups of user interfaces for the client’s systems.
• Work with the development team to understand technical constraints and to communicate the desired functionality for the end-user system.
• Develop user-centered conceptual designs (via mockups, wireframes, etc.)
• Evaluate designs (via heuristic evaluations) and designing and conducting usability tests
Required qualifications to be successful in this role
• Five years of experience developing user interfaces using HTML, CSS, Java Script
• Five years of web application development experience
• Experience with wireframe/prototype design tools (i.e., Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator or Fireworks) or Axure/Balsamiq, etc.
• Three years of working with web application frameworks such as Spring
• Three years of experience working with AngularJS, JQuery, or Ajax, including one (1) + year in AngularJS
The following skills are desired:
• Experience working with Maven, and Subversion
• Experience with code deployment in development, testing and production environments
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· User Experience Design
· User Interface Design
· UX Strategy