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Frontend UX Developer

Dairymaster are currently recruiting for: Frontend UX Developer

Job Type: Full Time
Location: Dairymaster Global Headquarters, Causeway, Tralee, Co. Kerry, Ireland.

As Frontend UX Developer for Dairymaster, the ideal candidate will have experience following an iterative design process, starting with sketches, wireframes, prototypes, usability tests, high fidelity prototypes to final pixel perfect UI. You will work with visual guidelines to maintain consistency across the products. The ideal candidate will have a strong technical and design background including a combination of both software development and interactive design.


  • Have a minimum of 2 years (post-graduation) development experience.
  • Proficient in HTML & CSS.
  • Understanding of modern web standards and best practices including progressive enhancement/graceful degradation and responsive web design.
  • Professional experience in AngularJS.
  • Experience with RequireJS, TypeScript, Highcharts and D3.
  • Commercial experience building non-trivial SPA applications.
  • Hands-on experience of creating wireframes, mockups and rapid prototypes.
  • A strong level of UI, icon and interaction design skills.
  • Familiarity with prototyping tools such as Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe XD, Sketch + Invision, proto, framer, origami or other tools design tools.

Viewing of a portfolio either online or soft copy is desirable.
An attractive salary is on offer for the right candidate.

We aim to fill these positions immediately, interested applicants should email their C.V along with a cover letter describing why they are suited to this position to [email protected] Applicants should make sure to put position name in the subject line of the email.

Closing date for applications: Friday 30th November 2018 at 5pm

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