Highlight Technologies, LLC

  • Jr. UX Designer

    Job Locations US-MO-Arnold
    Information Technology
  • About Highlight

    Know Way. Know How.

    For over ten years, Highlight has provided Development and Modernization, Secure IT and Mission Solutions for our federal government customers. We know the technology; we understand the way our customers and their stakeholders work; and we know how to implement industry best practices for development and services, delivering end-to-end solutions that minimize risk and maximize results.


    Highlight is seeking a Jr. UX Designer to provide web design and development for the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) internal and public websites. Our team is responsible for designing, developing, and maintaining state-of-the-art websites and web applications for the Agency. As a Jr. UX Designer, you will work closely with front-end users to collect business requirements and communicate design & development ideas focused around implementing user-friendly sites. Please include a current web design portfolio with your application.


    • Improve the user experience and web presence of our intel customer by conducting user research.
    • Create wireframes.
    • Create web based graphics.
    • Web design layout.
    • Use tools: Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop (Adobe Creative Suite).
    • Develop user friendly websites.


    • U.S. Citizenship.
    • MUST be eligible for a government clearance. Interim Secret preferred, we will upgrade to TS/SCI.
    • Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design, Interaction Design or a related field. Relevant education may be substituted in lieu of a experience.
    • Experience in Adobe Creative Suites, specifically using Illustrator or Photoshop to create web based graphics.
    • Experience with CSS, HTML5, JavaScript.
    • Preferred AJAX, JQuery, Bootstrap.
    • Strong oral and written communication.
    • Demonstrated ability to perform the duties described above.


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