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UX Architect - Studio Technology

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A user experience (UX) and information architect (IA) professional is responsible for leading user-centered design activities
such as gathering, validating, analyzing, and defining requirements, conducting user experience and information architecture
activities, creating and planning interfaces, and contributing to the experience standards definition. Documents by a user
experience architect will act as project requirement guidelines for interactive team members, supporting the successful
completion of interactive projects.

SUCCESS METRICS
• Produce the highest-quality deliverables.
• Adhere to, and work within the user experience group’s best practices and processes.
• Be an integral member of CMD’s creative culture—always learning, teaching, supporting and innovating.
• Demonstrate the ability to assist creative and technical peers.
• Successfully execute the roles and responsibilities of this position.
• Operate within CMD’s values and cultural style.

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Primary Responsibilities: User Experience Architect
• As assigned, assume UX leadership within project teams.
• Work with brand, creative, and technical project teams to define and document requirements (business, stakeholder, user,
and content) and success metrics (quantitative and qualitative), overall user experience vision on projects, and recommend
strategically sound solutions to meet client’s business needs.
• Work with producers, technical leads, creative leads, the sales team, and the client to identify the client’s business
requirements and articulate them in written requirements and specifications for use by technical and creative teams.
• Conduct UX-related research, including stakeholder and user interviews.
• Conduct usability testing.
• Provide consultation to visual designers and developers to ensure defined UX-planning is executed.
• Provide consultation to project teams on interaction approach, usability, information taxonomy, and navigation.
• Assist in making presentations to clients.
• Effectively present information in one-on-one and small group situations to clients, agency employees, and vendors.
• Help facilitate both the input and output of client project meetings.
• Potential client contact for interactive solutions feedback and education.
• Manage vendors and external project teams when necessary.
• Apply, evangelize, and train others in best practices for user-centered design and user research.
• Stay current with core web development technology trends, capabilities, and limitations.
Deliverables
• UX- and IA-related documentation, such as personas, use cases, requirements, flow diagrams, taxonomy definitions,
content inventories, content maps, site maps, and wireframes.
• Pitch documentation, such as presentation slides, competitive research, and strategic recommendations.
Requirements
• Experience performing stakeholder interviews, requirements gathering, and user research.
• Knowledge of Web standards, technologies, and terminology.
• Solid understanding of interaction design principles.
• Excellent written and verbal communication and presentation skills.
• Ability to fulfill, facilitate, or lead any or all UX/IA duties on a given project.
• 3 to 5+ years of experience in UX/IA field, or equivalent.
• Bachelor’s degree

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