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Interaction Designer

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Designs user interfaces for web, software, and/or hardware products. Writes functionality design specifications. Design and implement prototypes, mock ups, task analysis, usability studies, personas, user flows, wireframes, style guides, navigational structures, and affinity diagrams. Generates design ideas; presents and sells designs to product group. Understands customer needs and motivations and integrates them into product design to contribute to user features and functionality.

Day to Day
• 85% design – work within a design language – visual design – interaction design
• 15% collaboration – meetings
• Moderate interaction with design manager and heavy interaction with your team and the Customer Success team

Why this Team?
• Get to work on a new product
• Get to help the Customer Success team and design apps to meet customer needs, especially on mobile
• Opportunity to work with talented colleagues (interaction designers, visual designers, user researchers, content designers, etc.)
• Opportunity to be creative and innovative
• Fun and collaborative environment – studio is in an open space aesthetically
• Diverse team environment – inclusive and welcoming

Required Skills & Experience
• 3-5 years’ related experience.
• Strong knowledge of user interface and functionality design.
• Strong creative skills and ability to generate design ideas.
• Experience creating and implementing usability studies, personas, user flows, wireframes, style guides, navigational structures, and affinity diagrams.
• Strong knowledge of web technologies (i.e. HTML and CSS).
• Fluency with standard design software tools (Photoshop, Illustrator, etc).
• Strong interaction design and web technology skills (i.e. Flash).
• Strong knowledge or experience with database served websites.
• Experience working with rich client or web applications is a plus.
• Must have the ability to understand and integrate customer needs and motivations into specific areas of product design to contribute to user features and functionality.
• Must be familiar with industry standards and trends.
• Strong communication skills as well as the ability to work independently and as part of a team.
• Bachelor's degree in related field preferred.

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