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(Freshers) "Morgan Stanley" Hiring: User Interface Designer On Jan 2017 @ Mumbai



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Company        Morgan Stanley

Website           www.morganstanley.com

Eligibility          Bachelors Degree

Experience       Freshers

Location            Mumbai

Job Role         EAI - Senior User Interface Designer

JOB SUMMARY:

Company Profile:

Morgan Stanley is rooted in communities around the world—which means a unique opportunity to commit ourselves to philanthropy and public works.

Job Description:
1. We are looking for a Senior User Interface Designer, who will be responsible for creating and maintaining multiple themes for this large and complex framework.

Skills Required:
1. Expert in HTML5, CSS3, SASS/LESS techniques

2. Experience in creating themes for large UI frameworks

3. Sharp focus on clean design and clean code

4. Should be able to translate the UI specifications into highly configurable and maintainable stylesheets (SASS)

5. Excellent understanding of browser runtime, it's rendering process, gpu/cpu utilization

6. Should understand the important of testing and reviews as an important and integral part of delivering outstanding solutions.

7. Strong problem solving and analytical skills

8. Experience with JavaScript and Angular would be huge plus













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