#131614

Interaction Designer

Location:
Mountain View, CA
Job Terms:
Temporary
Salary:
DOE
Start date:
04/30/2018
posted by:
Ryan Stipes
Date:
04/16/2018

Job Description:

Description:

 

**Required: Please submit candidates PORTFOLIO (Like to see desktop enterprise experience, process flows, end projects, and examples of working on complex projects) 

Overview 
We're looking a UX designer who thrives in complex problem spaces, who can deliver consumer grade design for enterprise tools and processes. We are looking for someone who can designing enterprise products that are accurate, predictable and a pleasure to use. 

Top Responsibilities: 
1. Develop user journeys and conceptualize the full end-to-end experience 
2. Define the information architecture and user flows.. - Create detailed wireframes, mockups, and prototypes following using a user centered process 

Additional Responsibilities 
* Collaborate with Product managers, engineers, and other designers to understand technical constraints, business needs, and common design patterns 
* Present design concepts and iterate based on feedback 
* Collaborate closely with, or conduct research to validate concepts, and communicate results to the teams 

Required Qualifications/Skills: 
* Bachelor's degree in Design (e.g., interaction, graphic, visual communications, product, industrial), HCI, Computer Science, or a related field (in lieu of degree, ~6-10 years of relevant work experience) 
* 5+ years of experience as User experience designer 
* Proficiency with Sketch and other industry standard design tools. 
* Proven track record of designing and shipping successful products 
* Strong knowledge of interaction design and user centered methodologies 
* Good understanding of working with engineers and understanding technical requirements and limitations 
* Experience designing enterprise software applications 
* Basic understanding of statistics or data visualization 

Nice to Have Skills: 
* Strong leadership skills and product-minded thinking 
* Independence, agility, and the ability to navigate ambiguity 
* Strong visual design skills