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Jr. Experience Designer

The Jr. Experience Designer position is responsible for supporting select client engagements primarily focused on mobile and web application design. This role requires experience in modern digital design across the web and mobile applications.

Moxie Labs is an equal opportunity employer, Minority/Female/Disability/Veteran – proudly embracing diversity in all of its manifestations.

Qcells

Remote

UI/UX Designer

Looking for a UI/UX Designer with an extensive package design background, someone that can inspire others, and someone that can take their creativity to a new level as they continue to grow. The ideal candidate will have a natural eye for design and a drive to inspire dynamic ideas that connect with all types of audiences.

Senior Web Designer

We are looking for a user interface (UI) / visual web designer to be responsible for producing
high-quality visual designs and clickable prototypes from concept to execution, including those for web and mobile devices at a variety of resolutions. The designer will be responsible for creating and iterating on assets that reflect a holistic brand and direct marketing experience and support accessibility, design, and developmental best practices.

Nextiva is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. Nextiva participates in the E-Verify Program where and as required by law. For additional information about E-Verify visit USCIS.

myCase

Remote

User Experience Designer

MyCase is looking for a User Experience Designer to join the UX team. Our passion is in applying user-centered design principles to deliver easy, simple, effective and efficient design solutions to "wow" our users and streamline their work.

If your experience is this close to what we're looking for, please consider applying. Experience comes in many forms and ensuring a diverse and inclusive workplace where we continue to learn from each other is an integral part of the MyCase culture. To make sure that our products and culture continue to incorporate everyone's perspectives and experience we never discriminate on the basis of race, religion, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, or marital, veteran, or disability status.

Shure

Remote

Web Designer II

As a Web Designer II, you will be responsible for creating assets to support existing and future web design. You will work with the Global Web Team to create modern templates that follow established brand guidelines. You will assist in converting legacy designs to use responsive techniques to enhance our presence across mobile platforms. Last, but not least, you will contribute to our digital style guide. An understanding of front-end technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript will be helpful, but will not be primary responsibilities for this position.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can web developers work remotely?

Yes, they can. Remote web developer jobs are also a fantastic work opportunity. As long as you have the necessary technical equipment at home, and the discipline to match, you can work from home or anywhere else for that matter, be it your favorite cafe, restaurant, park, etc.

You just need to make sure you give yourself clear office hours so that your clients know exactly when they can expect to hear from you and when you are not available. Likewise, this means regularly examining the world clock and being aware of any potential time differences.

What kind of jobs can a web designer get?

If you are qualified, you can do anything ranging from software testing, web development, UI/UX development, layout art, illustrations, or visual design. If you wish to look even further afield, there is also the prospecting of landing something in either marketing- or branding-related.

How much money does a web designer make?

As with any job, there are variations (depending on a whole number of different factors). Nonetheless, there are some averages that we can look to get a better understanding of how much money you can expect from entry-level and remote senior designer jobs.

If you are hoping to work from home as a web designer, the average entry-level annual salary is somewhere in the region of $42,000, although it can be a little higher or lower than that.

After a few years, the average can be more along the lines of $53,877. Keep in mind though that geography plays a major role here too. For example, New York has an average annual salary of $62,237 whereas for LA it is $41,452.

What are the best websites to look for freelance web designer jobs?

This will depend greatly on where you are in your career and what kind of work you are specifically looking for. In general, you have a couple of different types to go for: the paid sites and the free ones.

The free ones won’t give out quite as much, but are nonetheless worth looking into. That would include the likes of Craigslist, for instance. The paid ones would be something along the lines of Upwork, Freelancer, Fiverr, and the like, as well as the specific sites mentioned in the article above.

Web designer vs web developer?

While the two are certainly related, there is a noticeable difference between them. Usually, a designer simply designs the look and feel of a website or webpage, whereas a developer oversees the entire process from start to finish.

As you can imagine, the latter has more responsibility, but both are important roles — they are both roles which are worth going for if you want to try your hand in this line of work. If you are specifically looking for remote web design jobs in the states you may well get a lot of experience as either a web designer or a web developer as both worth considering on the current market.