Visual Web Designer

Update: Due to the high number of quality applications already received, we have moved forward the closing date for the position to end of day, Wednesday 10th July 2024.

The HIV Justice Network is looking for a freelance creative visual designer who understands the technical requirements of web and UX design. Initially this will be to work on a specific project – the redesign of an existing website, – but this may lead to other work in the future, especially if you are also able to undertake other kinds of graphic design, including for print (pdf).

This initial website project needs to be undertaken in August and September. 

You will be responsible for creating the visual and user interface for the website to work on various screen sizes and operating systems. 

You will:

  • Advise on best practice UI / UX design approaches.
  • Create layouts and graphics for the website working to brand guidelines provided by the Art Director (the Video and Visuals consultant).
  • Understand and design to the functionality available within modern browsers, ensuring your designs work across multiple devices.
  • Create other assets as required for marketing materials.
  • Ensure that your designs meet best practice web accessibility standards
  • Work with our Back and Front End developers to provide them with the assets they require.

We want to hear about:

  • Your experience in designing websites for multiple clients and devices.
  • Your experience in working with web design and UX packages (for example, Figma, Adobe XD). 
  • Your experience of being self-sufficient and working with a remote team.
  • Your experience of having to have good attention to detail, to meeting deadlines, and managing your own time.

The HIV Justice Network is the leading community-based NGO building a co-ordinated, effective global response to punitive laws and policies that impact people living with HIV in all our diversities. We are registered in the Netherlands as Stichting HIV Justice. 

Please send your CV with links to your work, and a cover letter summarising your interest, experience and your NGO day rate (in USD) to: by Wednesday 10th July 2024. Friday 19th July 2024 Shortlisted applicants will be contacted for an interview in the last week of July. 

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