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Webflow designer

Location   

Brighton/Remote

Team    

Marketing

Contract type   

Permanent

Salary   

£30,000 - £40,000 p/a

About you

We’re looking for a Webflow Designer to join our Marketing Team!

This role will involve creating beautiful web pages & visual designs primarily for the Company’s Marketing needs - and you will go on to implement website design into published pages in our chosen CMS, Webflow. This is a fast-paced, hands-on role which will require you to be an excellent visual designer as well as an experienced Webflow enthusiast!

About the role

In this role, you will be:

  • Owning the entire lifecycle of a project - from receiving a Requirements Brief through to delivering a published site - including creating powerful designs, stakeholder sign-off, and page build in Webflow.
  • Working on the priorities set by the Marketing team, as your primary stakeholders and source of work and guidance.
  • Clearly conveying creative ideas and concepts, both adhering to and enhancing our brand and style guide.
  • Ensuring our website design is user-centric and responsive (both mobile and desktop).
  • Presenting and defending designs and key deliverables to peers and senior-level stakeholders - whilst being willing to listen to and act on constructive feedback from all members of the team.
  • Building and maintaining performant, well tested website pages that adhere to defined website standards and guidelines.
  • Ensuring development remains as efficient as possible by championing reusable code and components wherever possible, and establishing best practice to ensure maintainability.
  • Staying abreast of the latest trends and technologies in order to keep an open and fresh perspective, honing your skills and ensuring our company website remains innovative.
  • Liaising with other team members, departments and stakeholders to ensure schedules and tasks are well communicated, and deliverables are meeting expectations.
  • Actively searching for areas benefiting from improvement to continually improve the experience offered.
  • Performing a regular refinement exercise, ensuring all website changes made directly by stakeholders adhere to brand and style guides, and are optimised where necessary.
  • Utilising all resources available to produce the desired result - requesting additional Developer or Design guidance where needed.
  • On occasion, this role may involve supporting the Marketing Team with other ad-hoc tasks.

The essentials:

  • Demonstrable experience using Webflow.
  • Solid understanding of HTML and CSS.
  • Proven experience in either an in-house or agency Design Team.
  • Evidence of a varied portfolio of design work.
  • Experience using a Design System or Component Library and an appreciation of the value one brings.

The ‘nice to have’:

  • Experience in creating wireframes.
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • Basic knowledge of JavaScript.
  • Awareness of SEO best practices.
  • A portfolio of past Webflow projects you could call on for inspiration and problem solving.
  • Experience in creating storyboards, user flows, process flows and site maps.
  • Experience with website A/B testing.

What you’ll get in return:

We’re very proud of our collaborative and inclusive working culture - you’ll be working as part of a fun and vibrant team, with a whole host of fantastic company benefits! These include:

  • 33 days holiday a year (including bank holidays), which increases with length of service - plus an extra half day holiday on your birthday!
  • Private Medical Insurance and Life Assurance
  • Lots of wellbeing support and events across the year; including EAP, access to MyMindPal, in-house personal training sessions, yoga sessions and more!
  • Company funded social events (when we can all meet again!)

Since the beginning of the pandemic, our team has been working from home and thriving in this new way of working - as a company, we will be embracing this in the longer term and are pleased to open this vacancy to applicants from anywhere in the UK. All we need is for you to be able to work from home in a comfortable, private and distraction free environment - with a solid internet connection (a minimum of 10-12 Mbps upload speed). We'll provide you with all the equipment you need to get set up before you start with us, so there's no need to supply your own.

Crunch is committed to equal opportunities in every aspect of our company and the community, embracing and promoting a diverse and inclusive environment for our team members, those who apply to work for us and our client base, without exception.

We believe that the key to our success is our people, we value the contributions and experiences of all who make up our community. Supported by our company policies and procedures, we will take every possible step to ensure that no person will suffer direct or indirect discrimination on the grounds of ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, family or parental status, national origin, age, neurodiversity or disability status.

Want to know more about what it's like to work for Crunch? Check out our recent Talent Talks blog with Wired Sussex!

Like what you see? Please get in touch! You can apply by sending your CV and a cover letter telling us a bit more about yourself to careers@crunch.co.uk

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Crunch is committed to equal opportunities in every aspect of our company and the community, embracing and promoting a diverse and inclusive environment for our team members, those who apply to work for us and our client base, without exception.

Send your CV and covering letter to careers@crunch.co.uk

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