Ann Arbor, MI, United States
The Department of Psychiatry in the University of Michigan Medical School is seeking an experienced, positive, highly motivated, and organized web designer to support to a growing research team. This web designer will work closely with the lead UX/UI designer, web developers, web project manager and QA analyst to assist with visual content and web design for the TRAILS program, which aims to implement and evaluate a training model designed to increase utilization of evidence-based mental health practices among school and community-based professionals.
Under direct supervision, assist with website redesign and maintenance: UX/UI design, accessibility, and monitoring of Google Analytics to ensure proper functionality of program website components
Assist in the development of visual communications and marketing materials designed to enhance the branding, understanding, visibility, and marketing of the TRAILS program
Develop designs for TRAILS infographics, website images, presentations, social media, print materials, proposals, reports, newsletters and other promotional materials. Will require working closely with design and communications team members
Incorporate feedback and edits from team members and
2-5 years of professional design experience creating visual design elements and website components
Experience with HTML5, CSS3 and GitHub
Proficient with interaction design, information architecture, user interface design, usability testing, wireframing, digital prototyping and accessibility evaluation
Demonstrated experience using the Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop,
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