2020.12.22 Update

Web Designer- KL

IndustryIT / Telecommunication
Basic SalaryRM6,000 - 12,000
LocationKuala Lumpur
Working Hours

Monday - Friday 9:30am - 6:30pm

Job Description

・Create complete, fully functional & responsive website design and coding from scratch using standard HTML/CSS best-practice. Handling multiples client websites, content updates, troubleshooting, and fixing website issues / errors.
・Design & prepare website mockup and other digital graphic artworks.
・Learn and mastering the company's content management system (RCMS) which use as a backend system for all our client's websites.
・Communicate & team-working with project managers & software engineers in Malaysia, Japan, and India to work out on different client projects.
・Work independently, good time management, and attitude to perform on website coding projects, as well as a great team player in a larger scale project which required collaboration with other team members.
・Upgrade & adopt new web technologies knowledge & skill from time to time.


Design skill:
・Excellent UI/UX design skill in preparing website mockup design and digital artwork.
・Graphic design skill such as logo design is a plus
・Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe XD or other design platforms such as sketch or figma.

Coding & programming skill:
・HTML5, CSS, CSS media queries, PHP, Javascript, jQuery
・Familiarity with using Bootstrap framework, Fontawesome.
・Experience in using SASS/SCSS, Smarty, Vue.js, GitHub, NPM, Gulp, Yarn will be an added advantage.

Others skill:
・Familiar and experience in using CMS (e.g. WordPress, Joomla, Magento, etc)
・At least 2 or more years of hands-on experience in Front-end/web site development with CMS.
・Experience in developing responsive cross-platform / browser website

Spoken languages:
・Fluent in English and good communication skill

Educational qualification:
・Candidate must process at least a Degree/Diploma in Computer Science or design-related studies.

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