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Interaction Designer

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Our consulting client is looking for an Interaction Designer to assist with the build of internal tools for their employee sales teams.  This is a long term contract located in downtown Chicago.

     Design Interaction Elements

·        Translate broad design concepts into structured, feasible products and services

·        Identify user & navigation flows and generate diagrams, wireframes, concepts and site maps

·        Prototype digital experiences through a variety of means, from paper sketches to interactive demos (Invision, Axure, HTML)

·        Develop research objectives, plan qualitative programs, conduct research to uncover customer needs and behaviors and then use those research findings to drive design concepts

        Drive Client Relationships

·        Be the voice of the customer throughout the design process

·        Assist in scoping, planning and structuring client engagements

·        Plan, delegate, oversee, finalize and present all interaction design deliverables, acting as a client advisor

        Drive, Creativity and Quality Output

·        Conceive of, design and prototype our key digital customer experiences across multiple platforms and geographies

·        Lead interaction design efforts across multiple projects

·        Work with the tech teams to see designs through implementation and deployment

·        Help design tests and use data collected to build insights and drive future innovation

Complexity

·        Requires analysis and solving of moderately complex problems. Typically creates new solutions, leveraging and, where needed, adapting existing methods and procedures.

·        Requires understanding of the strategic direction set by senior management as it relates to team goals.

·        Primary upward interaction is with direct supervisor or team leads.  Generally interacts with peers and/or management levels at a client and/or within the organization.

Authority
•  Power to influence or complete assignments independently and ability to make decisions, as indicated by latitude to devise work products or plans, reliance on instruction and decision-making ability

•  Requires minimal guidance when determining methods and procedures on new assignments.

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