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Product Designer

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Our client has a great 2 month contract opportunity in San Francisco, working on UX design for wearable technology.

Job description:
Product designer to lead projects for the design of wearable technology and accompanying software ecosystem experience that involves elements of UX strategy, detailed Interaction Design, validating your design with users, visual design and production. This Product designer knows, out of the box, when and how to work collaboratively with multiple disciplines to push what we know to be feasible as well as driving to a beautiful experience – and has experience working in multi-disciplinary teams and agile environments.

Desired Skills and Experience:
- Play a key role in developing the interaction principles and patterns of a simple but useful wearable experience.
- Use a persona-driven approach to developing design rationale. Articulate UX concepts and solutions through scenarios and visualizations
- Offer active thought leadership in User Experience issues and trends

Required Skills/Knowledge:
- Demonstrated ability to lead the process of designing complex interactive products at a project level.
- Validate design with user testing and other research techniques.
- Develop and document detailed user experience specifications for highly detailed interactive interfaces
- Collaboratively, lead the design of prototypes that demonstrate the concepts to stakeholders and potential users
- Excellent communication and presentation skills
- Proven experience delivering business development presentations representing the UX offerings that satisfy the client needs·

Required Experience:
- 5+ years experience as one or multiple of the following: Product, Interaction Designer, or Experience Designer
- Master's degree in a related field, such as Interaction Design, Industrial Design, Graphic Design, or similar field related to Human-Computer Interaction

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