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UX & Information Architect

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Our client, a Fortune 100 Oil & Gas company, is looking for a UX & Information Architect to help them transform their legacy reporting system for drilling and production into something that is more useful and insightful to their business lines. This is a critical, global system used by a wide range of users from technicians to company presidents. They are not trying to port legacy technology to a new system, but instead transform the data in existing reports into actionable information the business can readily consume. Top-notch design skills are going to be the success factor to improving this product.

ACTIVITIES & SKILLS

- Work with a user researcher and on your own to conduct contextual inquiries and user interviews with the global user base to understand their diverse needs about reporting
- Uncover how reports are used across the business lines so that you can optimize the information, how it is consumed, and how it is presented. Untangling these relationships will be the tough part of the work. A portfolio that shows your experience with this kind of work would be excellent
- Create clear design artifacts so that others on the team and in the business will also understand the problem, and can collaborate with you on solutions
- Devise ways to eliminate unnecessary reports and duplicate information, and surface the most important details so the business lines can make faster, more effective decisions
- Work with the product owner and development team to design all-new dashboards and reports
- Working both with a test moderator and sometimes alone, you’ll test your ideas with paper and interactive prototypes, working with real end-users in the usability lab
- Experience working with technologies such as Tableau or Spotfire (or similar products) to create charts and dashboards. You’ll create the designs that will be built by the development team
- Analyze and categorize information as it will be needed on desktops and mobile solutions to make the right interfaces for the right environments
- Able to successfully collaborate with a team of non-designers, and to communicate verbally and visually the problems and solutions at hand

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