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UX Designer

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The ideal candidate will thrive in a work environment that requires strong problem solving skills and independent self-direction, combined with an aptitude for collaboration and open communication. This candidate has advanced design and visualization background with attention to detail, the ability to adapt to changing situations and tight deadlines, and is focused on delivering both highly analytical and creative ideas to the design.

What You’ll Be Doing:
• Creates exemplary project deliverables including wireframes, site maps, taxonomies, screen flows or process diagrams, task analyses, competitive analyses, etc. At least 3 work samples are required to apply.
• Takes on very large or very complex design projects; Blazes new trails for sites, applications, and digital experiences.
• Leads cross-team ideation sessions. Uses techniques such as personas, scenarios, and mental models to focus and improve solution designs.
• Has a broad understanding of interface technologies, and knows enough about HTML 5, CSS, Parallax, etc. to make informed design decisions. Experienced with designing for CMS-driven sites.
• Designs user experiences for multiple digital channels, including mobile websites and apps, tablets, social platforms, etc.
• Ability to set the direction for user experience projects large and small
• Coordinates deliverables with other team resources in addition to managing own schedule; Able to create estimates for potential project work.
• Ability to understand complex business issues and develop solutions to simplify these for end users.
• Ability to influence groups to adapt the best solutions and to develop wise compromises when necessary.
• Ability to find answers to difficult questions and inform design decisions through self-guided research.
• Must be a quick learner, a self-motivator, a hard worker, a systematic and critical thinker, a problem-solver, and an excellent collaborator with other internal teams.

Requirements
• BS/BA degree in technical communication, information design, information architecture, cognitive psychology, interaction design, graphic design or equivalent experience in related field.
• 5 or more years of experience as an information architect, interaction designer, or similar user experience role.
• Excellent communicator able to
• Efficiently create clear, error-free deliverables for clients and for our creative design and technical teams.
• Confidently advocate for user experience principles and design decisions on a project—in a professional, collaborative manner.
• Speak thoughtfully and listen carefully and use these skills to build strong relationships with clients and colleagues
• Lead other team members on large shared projects; mentor individual team members to help them own smaller projects

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