UI Designer for Video on Demand/Live Streaming OTT app

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We are seeking an experienced UI professional to assist in the design of our platform
We will pay a flat rate
You will work along with our team
We will have wireframes/flow completed for you
This is a video streaming/live streaming platform that is viewable on:
Roku, android tv, lg webos, tizen, ios, android, firestick, apple tv, vizio, apple tv

You must be:
A problem solver
Critical thinker
Great communicator
Team player
Can you help us define the goal of "personalization"?

Perfect combination of Pixel Perfect & Responsive Design
Simple Navigation structure....pages with to the point infomation
Pixel perfect visuals/icons
Absolute best graphics must be loaded at runtime
Custom graphics for ROKU, firestick, android tv, vizio, tizen, ios, android, apple tv, lg
Responsive to each device/operating system
Iterate interface design options
Simple design with proper usage of colors
SVG images only
dimensions in exact pixels - no decimals or fractions
Use exact whole numbers of pixels for dimensions as well as the position of the Object
Design and accurately size icons and ensure you’ve developed a uniform language.
Flatten the shapes and export to SVG.
Upload the SVG and convert to icon font
live similar titles/recommendations
easy switching to next episode
continue streaming if switching devices

Oh yeah...Can you design for a TV?
Design for TV requires a unique set of considerations, including screen size and viewer distance, technical constraints, and context of use. Users are in a “lean back” experience, sitting an average of 10 feet away and the user interface and experience need to reflect this. Contrary to touchscreen tablets and phones, the interactions on televisions are done via D-pad (directional control pad) using a remote or a video game controller, which ads to the complexity. The biggest considerations when designing your TV UIs are simplicity and lightweight interaction.

Specification/Style guide
Usablity testing and usage analytic Reports
UX Research/persona Reports
Layouts: Desktop, mobile, tv, tablet
naming layers and organizing artboard contents
Label and group final layouts in a separate page/folder/artboard/layer/file
Export images of all the layouts within the project folder
All images are named in a way that provide consistency and direction to the engineer.
Instead of… “Img_1334.jpg” rename to… “home-header-bg.jpg”.
Set each image to export as @1x and @2x
Set any flat graphics/backgrounds (non-photographic elements) to export as @1x and
Whenever possible, convert any logos to vector, set them to export as .svgs
Create a symbol in Sketch for every icon (the artboard’s pixel dimensions are the
same for each symbol)
If using a font based icon set, such as Font Awesome, convert all the icons to outlines
Set icons to export as .svgs (best done from within the symbol)
Create a project in Zeplin
Upload artboards from Sketch to Zeplin
If using symbols to create components or an icon set, select the symbols and export
those as Components (in the styleguide tab of Zeplin)
Tag all the artboards with a breakpoint like “desktop” or “mobile”
Create sections with helpful labels and organize the layouts into each section. Usually
this ends up being parts of a site or application, like “Products” or “Contact”.
Go through each screen to double check your work – images and graphics are
exporting correctly, consistency in layout, colors, typefaces, etc.

Any designer should be able to pick up the folder and know what to do in case of future revisions

Omni Channel design
Build with a componetized approach
Flexible components
Easy navigational layout
Simple user interface with clear CTA's that make users want to click
Focus on personalization
Tailored user experience
Idleness Aversion
No mobile silos

Single, flexible philosophy which permeates across all available channels, making minimal, predictable adjustments which keep the experience frictionless

Fitts Law
Law of Similarity
Hicks Law
Dohorty Threshold
Jakob's Law
Zeigarnir Effect

  • $2,997.00
  • Expert
    Experience Level
  • Remote Job
  • Ongoing project
    Project Type

Skills and Expertise

UX/UI Design Deliverables
Mockup Prototyping
UX/UI Design Skills
Design Mockup Graphic Design
+ 5 more
UX/UI Design Software
UX/UI Design Type
Responsive Design Web Design
+ 8 more
iOS iOS Development

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About the client

Member since Jan 20, 2021
  • United States
    Chicago 12:41 am
  • 21 jobs posted
    34% hire rate, 5 open jobs
  • $735 total spent
    14 hires, 0 active
  • $7.00 /hr avg hourly rate paid
    15 hours
  • Mid-sized company (10-99 people)
  • Member since Jan 20, 2021

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