Senior UX Designer

New York, New York
Job Terms:
Posted By:
Kathleen Ellison

Job Description:

Senior Experience Designer, Omni Channels 
LOCATION: 140 West St-New York-NY-USA (NY0466) 

The Experience Design Team is a new internal group tasked with evolving the customer experience across all channels and touchpoints through the design and implementation of innovative products and services that customers love. Working across offices, from New York City offices in SoHo and the Financial District to Basking Ridge, NJ, the team is assembling the brightest designers, design strategists, researchers, and product managers to collaborate within teams shaping the future of the customer experience. 

About this role 
As a Senior UX Designer you will lead design initiatives that impact our customers every day, designing brand-defining experiences for a range of consumer-facing products and services. 
Senior Designers: 
• Generate multiple credible design solutions 
• Engage in divergent/convergent group work 
• Judge solution quality and context appropriateness 
• Guide a range of exploration 
• Provide directional input 
• Identify design problems and opportunities within brief/context 
• Design within an established set of rules (patterns, guidelines, constraints, principles, etc.) 
• Articulate user, business, or technical reasoning for design decision 
• Maintain organized working files and project directories 
• Explore, refine, and document solution thoroughly 
• Are attentive to detail 
• Maintain fluency in shared tools and software 
• Uphold and maintain standards 
• Objectively evaluate and refine concepts based on learnings from prototypes 
• Target appropriate methods and fidelity based on learning objectives 
• Create prototypes to: (1) better understand the problem or requirements, (2) communicate and create consensus around designs, or (3) better demonstrate design intent or feasibility 

What we’re looking for 
You'll need to have: 
• Bachelor’s degree or four or more years of relevant design experience 
• Experience designing and prototyping technical/business web applications 

Even better if you have: 
• A design degree 
• A portfolio of UX design work from pencil and whiteboard, to wireframes and prototypes (blog, Dribbble, InVision, etc) 
• Demonstrated ability to digest and translate complex technical requirements into intuitive experiences 
• Demonstrated expertise planning, gathering, and synthesizing user needs from enterprise users 

• Demonstrated experience working with executive stakeholders to gather requirements and present solutions 

• Portfolio examples of enterprise applications