UI/UX Design Internship

Design

Looking for an inquisitive, creative mind to build visually pleasing, engaging, and user-centric solutions. At Niswey, we are working on developing multiple digital products and you get to dive right in. Bring in all the skills that you’ve picked up so far, and apply them on exciting live projects. Grab the opportunity to do and learn more along the way and become full-stack UI/UX professional. 

 

What You’ll Be Doing:

  • Closely work with strategic and marketing teams to understand the product being built, and associated users and markets
  • Apply user-centered design principles to transform complex tasks into user-friendly solutions
  • Solve visual design problems and the showcase different possible solutions
  • Actively participate in and contribute to product brainstorming, user research, interaction design, and visual design sessions
  • Conduct UX research to test and iterate on concepts
  • Create visual assets for campaigns - banners, ads, PDFs, graphics, brand books etc
  • Develop storyboards, information architectures, low- and high-fidelity wireframes, flows and interactive prototypes, and support design transfer to Software development teams
  • Collaborate with the engineering team throughout the design process
  • Clearly and proactively communicate the design vision, decisions and rationale
  • Consistently apply the brand style and interaction patterns designed onto the products being developed

 

What You Need to Bring to the Table:

  • Eagerness to investigate challenges and present reasonable solutions reliably and quickly 
  • Ability to think both tactically and strategically to design product UX
  • An interest in marketing, psychology, and human-machine interactions
  • Desire to work collaboratively in a team environment
  • Good understanding of usability principles and the user-centered design process

Technical Requirements:

  • Good knowledge of working with design and prototyping tools like Adobe XD, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Figma, Zeplin, Sketch and other graphic and wireframe tools [Proficiency with Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, XD and Figma are critical]
  • Strong attention to detail and craft; ability to write carefully
  • Good written and communication skills
  • Formal design education, bachelors or masters degree, in UI/UX, communication design or graphic design is an advantage.

Why should you join Niswey?

  • Being a start-up, our culture encourages you to do whatever you can to make the company better, even if it falls outside of your primary job responsibility
  • Even though we are a small team, through our closely-knit partners network, you get exposure to people from various backgrounds, including writers, designers, marketers, techies, HRs, and a lot of entrepreneurs, who are themselves multifaceted
  • Freedom of expression
  • Unlike any other digital marketing company, we are not in the business of doing the job and getting paid, we are there to create value for our customers & ourselves, and while doing so, we don’t mind getting paid. So we don’t pick up projects where there is no scope of creativity so that you won’t get bored, ever!

Do make sure you go through the kind of people we attract, and if you believe you fit that personality type, here’s one more thing you should know, we work in a flat organization structure.

So if you think you can fit a role that’s different from what’s mentioned above, please feel free to write to us at careers [at] niswey [dot] com or share your portfolio link, and we’ll try to figure out a way to work together.

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Karthik-1

One thing I always think and realise is that Niswey was best digital marketing experience and I always had an edge talking about it. Others who interned in digital marketing were only doing SMM or etc. But we had overall exposure.

Karthik Mithra
Digital Marketing Intern, IIM-K

Sachit-Topno

My overall experience was great. I got to learn so much from the internship and it gave me a more hands-on experience than others. Others didn't have the excess to all the tools we got to play with. We also had the opportunity to touch upon all aspects of digital marketing.

Sachit Pratik
Digital Marketing Intern, IIM-K