Pullbutton, Inc. is looking for a UI/UX designer to completely revamp our mobile app (that's available on iOS and Android).
We'd like an initial consultation and/or discovery meeting to discuss the job, our expectations, and compensation. Compensation can consist of out-right pay, but we're open to shelling out a negotiable equity stake in the company.
Key skills need are enterprise-strength creativity to create an mobile application interface that has the capability of encouraging viral growth and, communication with the Pullbutton team on a regular basis is key - this means letting the designer we bring on be creative and express their artistry while simply keeping the Pullbutton team posted on progress.
What we're looking for in a new UI/UX: Modern, clean, crisp, minimalism, pleasing color schemes that accentuate the concept of Pullbutton and what it's for, [possibly] "ghost" buttons, intriguing/modern icons, intuitive flow, and increasing the usability of the apps functions. If it would help, we'd be happy to share images of examples that we like (and what we like about them) during an initial consultation.
This is a great opportunity for an experienced UI/UX creative to really show off their skills. Credit will be given, and Pullbutton would be forever thankful if you have what it takes to get the look and feel of the app to where it needs to be to dominate the mobile app space in which it lives.
On top of that, the concept is really something to get behind. Pullbutton is essentially WhatsApp for commerce - whether it's B2B, B2C, C2B, or C2C.
We are a universal hub connecting supply and demand, so if you want to be known as the person responsible for designing the app that revolutionized search for commerce, let's talk!
Please include: Your portfolio, education (not a huge deal - we understand that there are many talented UI/UX designers that aren't formally taught), your philosophy on mobile app design, your specialties, and anything else you think would support your cause in regards to what we need done.
Note: The tags for skills we've added aren't the end-all-be-all... just some suggestions as to things we're looking for. It is not all inclusive (we may have missed something).