When applying to ui/ux designer positions I sometimes see descriptions such as pixel perfect designs. I just wanted some clarification on what does that mean exactly? For example do they mean if I am working on a mobile design that my canvas size should be the same exact size as a mobile screen? Or do they mean things like having text lined up,spacing proper,etc?
Hi @ralphc-nyc, I think pixel perfect design is the final version of UI, it includes your canvas size, spacing, grids… everything.
Also read this answers to your question https://www.quora.com/What-does-pixel-perfect-mean
ok thanks, appreciate it.
Hey @ralphc-nyc – welcome.
Are you currently looking for UX work?
Hi, Yes I am currently looking for UX work.
Let us know a bit more about what you’re looking for, what skill level you are, and we’re you’d be looking to work in case someone hears of something.
I’m looking for an entry or junior level position as a UI/UX Designer. I’ve learned and worked on my own personal projects doing sketches,wireframes,user flows and mockups with knowledge of prototyping. I usually use Adobe Fireworks for everything. In terms of location of looking for work, I’m in NYC and looking for something around there too specifically in Manhattan, NY.